When distributed ledger architecture is applied to the Internet of Things, the rules change.
With security as a given, we can open up our devices for collaboration. Using them like threads of yarn, the dreamers among us can weave together inventions we never would have thought to conceive.
In a distributed ledger framework, a set of devices would need to reach consensus for a change of state to occur. Due to the inherent atomic randomness of silicon, a device's chips endow it with unique fingerprints (i.e. PUF). By having a material segment of devices sign off on a proposed change of state of a single device using their fingerprints, the potential for an undesired change of state -- a hack or hijack -- to occur would be statistically insignificant.
Beyond Protocol is embedded into the chip execution code, enabling not only security by verifying and signing transactions, but an automated transaction state engine inside a trusted ledger. Beyond enables a new marketplace for developers and device manufacturers where they can define value transfer parameters with the trust of blockchain-based trusted ledger technology enabling a new economic model for loT devices.
Protecting the identity of a device which delivers data to your services is critical. Data transmitted by an impostor device which is false or corrupted might cause irreparable harm to dependent services. Beyond Protocol provides developers and manufactures a protocol to enhance their chips and microcontrollers' security with a simple and cost efficient solution.
By enabling identification, trust, and authorization to lower layer protocols, Beyond Protocol enables a set of features beyond the TCP/IP layer.
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The go SDK is available for Beyond Protocol Testnet members.
The C SDK is available for Beyond Protocol Testnet members.
The Beyond Protocol Wallet enables autonomous blockchain transactions for the next generation of mobility solutions and beyond.