Toward a Decentralized, Trust-Less Marketplace for Brokered IoT Data Trading Using Blockchain

@article{Bajoudah2019TowardAD,
  title={Toward a Decentralized, Trust-Less Marketplace for Brokered IoT Data Trading Using Blockchain},
  author={Shaimaa Bajoudah and Changyu Dong and Paolo Missier},
  journal={2019 IEEE International Conference on Blockchain (Blockchain)},
  year={2019},
  pages={339-346}
}
As data marketplaces are becoming common place, it is also becoming clear that data streams generated from Internet of Things (IoT) devices hold value for potential third party consumers. We envision a marketplace for IoT data streams that can unlock such potential value in a scalable way, by enabling any pairs of data providers and consumers to engage in data exchange transactions without any prior assumption of mutual trust. We present a marketplace model and architecture to support trading… Expand
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