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Smart city standard for South Korea

It provides South Koreans with an opportunity to collect data that can be shared and traded through the MXC interchain data market

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The partnership will help blockchain to build smarter cities
The partnership will help blockchain to build smarter cities

Berlin-based blockchain non-profit MXC has introduced a smart city Internet of Things (IoT) standard in South Korea in cooperation with Enlink.

 

With this partnership, the MXProtocol will be added to the environmental monitoring, power management, and disaster detection hardware developed by Enlink.

 

True purpose for the IoT

 

According to MXC, the partnership marks its first step into this market, with a clear focus on giving blockchain a “true purpose within the IoT world”.

 

“This is a huge opportunity for South Koreans to participate in environmental monitoring and disaster management,” said Sheen Xin Hu, CEO and co-founder, MXC. “By integrating MXProtocol in these solutions, companies, and individuals can deploy it knowing that they are helping their communities while collecting valuable data that can be shared and traded through the MXC inter-chain data market.”

 

Enlink will add MXProtocol to its insect traps, semiconductor line monitoring system, fine dust signal system, and earthquake detection system.

"Individuals can deploy it knowing that they are helping their communities while collecting valuable data that can be shared and traded through the MXC inter-chain data market”

The standard improves the efficiency of wireless data solutions and encourages the collaboration and sharing of the collected data. Devices enabled with the MXProtocol will be able to list the data they collect in the inter-chain data market.

 

“MXC is breaking ground in improving the reliability of wireless data transmissions while encouraging the collection of data,” added Dawin Lim, CEO at Enlink. “We are happy to partner with [it] to ensure timely and accurate natural disaster detection in South Korea.”

 

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