Blockchain IoT Expected to Grow rapidly

Hello everyone!

I wanted to share some exciting news with you all about the Blockchain Internet of Things (IoT) market. According to a recent study by Contrive Datum Insights, the market is estimated to reach $124.58 billion by 2030, with a staggering compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 93.4%.

The study also predicts that the Asia-Pacific region will lead the expansion of Blockchain IoT as the region has already taken steps in this field. North America follows as the second most popular region for the expected growth of Blockchain IoT, as organizations in the region become more concerned about data security and invest in Blockchain IoT systems.

The fusion of IoT and blockchain can be a game-changer for organizations, providing security, transparency, better automation, and higher productivity. The industry has already attracted the attention of tech giants such as Intel and IBM, who have entered the Blockchain IoT sphere and launched their own projects.

However, the field still faces challenges such as integration and interoperability issues, scalability, and regulatory problems. As technology develops, ways of storing data securely and efficiently are becoming more valuable, making the expansion of Blockchain IoT even more significant.

What do you think about the rapid growth of Blockchain IoT and the possible role of Kenshi’s SDK in it? Do you see any potential challenges that could arise? Let’s start a discussion and share our thoughts on this exciting development.


What are some examples of IoT and blockchain?

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Hey there! Great question! Let me give you some examples of how IoT and blockchain can be used together:

  1. Supply Chain Management: By using IoT sensors to track the movement of goods and blockchain to record and secure the data, companies can ensure that their products are being transported and stored in the right conditions, and that their customers are receiving genuine products.

  2. Energy Management: IoT devices can be used to monitor and control energy consumption in buildings and homes. By connecting these devices to a blockchain network, energy usage data can be securely and transparently recorded and shared among relevant parties, such as utility companies and customers.

  3. Smart Contracts: By using IoT devices to trigger smart contracts, companies can automate processes such as payments, insurance claims, and product recalls.

  4. Identity and Access Management: IoT devices can be used to authenticate and authorize access to physical spaces and digital systems. By using blockchain to store and secure identity data, companies can ensure that only authorized individuals have access to sensitive information or physical spaces.

  5. Agricultural Monitoring: IoT devices can be used to monitor various parameters such as soil moisture, temperature, and humidity in agricultural fields. By using blockchain to record and secure the data, farmers can keep track of their crops’ health and ensure that they are being grown under the right conditions.

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Thanks Roshak!

I’d not anticipated some of these.

What advantages does the integration with blockchain offer over more centralised options?

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I can give an example of the advantages. Let’s do a quick case study of an imaginary project; an automated smart locker to rent sports equipment:

  1. By representing each item in the lockers or each locker with an NFT, the blockchain will automatically prevent users from double-booking. Also, these NFTs can be sold or rented on existing NFT marketplaces.

  2. If a user’s payment fails, their reservation is automatically reverted. No need to process the user payment and check if it succeeded later (as is done with centralized solutions like Stripe). You also don’t pay payment processing fees.


Seems to me these implementations are going to make the future quite hassle free as many mundane things can be verified and done by scalable smart contracts.

Edit: typo.

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