Atonomi Network White Paper

| March 17, 2018

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Atonomi provides a security protocol and infrastructure to enable billions of IoT devices to have trusted interoperability for both data and commerce. The key innovation of the Atonomi low-level protocol is to root the identity and reputation of devices on a blockchain-based immutable ledger. Atonomi accomplishes this by building and deploying an ecosystem of participants designed to maintain decentralized consensus for device transactions on the Atonomi Network. Combining on-chain and off-chain resources, and built on Ethereum technology, Atonomi’s architecture is extendible by developers across IoT verticals to secure the vast realm of IoT devices ranging from healthcare and home automation systems, to smart-city infrastructure, to industrial sensors and controllers.

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