Srdan Krco, who has been spearheading IoT innovation for decades now, believes that by using blockchain as a base layer, users can access and trust data easily.
Latif Ladid is on a mission to foster the evolution of the Internet from IPv4 into IPv6, and as he told CoinGeek Backstage on the sidelines of the Global IoT Summit in Dublin, IPv6 will finally restore the Internet's secure end-to-end model.
The Global IoT Summit was a big part of Dublin’s IoT week’s educational schedule, featuring both IPv6 Forum President Latif Ladid and nChain Chief Scientist Dr. Craig Wright as keynote speakers.
Global IoT Summit saw Latif Ladid moderating a panel on blockchain and food supply, outlining the key problems it faces and how blockchain plays a major role in solving some of these issues.
Experts in IPv6, blockchain technology, 5G, and the Internet of Things were present at the Global IoT Summit in Dublin, which made for a lively event full of insights and interesting takeaways.
A panel on day two of the Global IoT Summit in Dublin sheds light on what IPv6 is, why it matters, and how it will work symbiotically with Bitcoin to enable true end-to-end transactions.
Dr. Craig Wright gave the keynote speech at the Global IoT Summit in Dublin, where he spoke about how Bitcoin SV works symbiotically with IPv6 to empower the Internet of Things.
At the Dublin summit, expect to hear from engineers, thinkers and visionaries, policymakers, and entrepreneurs interested in changing the world with IoT.