The Internet of Things may soon run on decentralised networks

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San Francisco/Düsseldorf (dpa) — The “Internet of Things” (IoT) is in a gold-rush mood. Last year alone, market experts estimate that more than 15 billion euros (16.5 billion dollars) were spent on networking everyday objects with the internet and with each other. The range of IoT devices is very wide, including such things as smart collars for dogs, networked street scooters and heating thermostats, and public trash cans that send a signal when they need to be emptied. While the potential for new smartphone contracts is gradually being exhausted, the IoT growth curve points steeply upward. Gr…

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