Integrating Blockchain Technology with Internet of things


  • Yassir Soulaimani University Of Miskolc
  • Károly Nehéz



Blockchain, Data, Internet of things


The convergence of Blockchain technology with the Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged as a transformative paradigm with the potential to reshape industries, enhance security, and foster innovation. This research paper delves into the intricate interplay between these two dynamic domains, elucidating the multifaceted dimensions of their integration. In an era marked by the proliferation of IoT devices and the ever-growing need for secure and efficient data management, Blockchain technology offers a compelling solution. Its core attributes, including immutability, transparency, and decentralization, position it as a formidable ally in addressing the inherent security and trust challenges embedded within IoT ecosystems. This paper embarks on a comprehensive journey, guided by empirical analysis, discussions, and user feedback. It scrutinizes the performance metrics, scalability implications, and security enhancements introduced by the integration. It presents tangible evidence of the advantages of Blockchain-IoT synergy through real-world use cases, ranging from supply chain management and healthcare data integrity to smart city traffic optimization. Scalability, privacy concerns, and energy efficiency demand innovative solutions. Regulatory frameworks must evolve to accommodate this emerging convergence, safeguarding data privacy, and security.