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Kalima Blockchain is a layer 1 third generation blockchain for enterprises and IoT (Internet of Things). It’s a rapidly expanding ecosystem that enable enterprises, developers, and startups to build the future of Web3.0, Enterprise, and Data Governance applications, specifically with IoT data, to solve real-world problems.
Designed for the creation of dApps, with the goal of generating new business models or improving existing ones, Kalima use cases range from data notarization to decentralized finance (DeFi), tokenization (NFTs), data monetization, and industrial IoT applications (carbon tracking solution, Smart Infrastructure, digital twins and so on).
The Kalima Network is a decentralized network with a community-based governance. It’s a living Network relying on the Kalima protocol with the core pillars of modularity, security, and scalability.
Anybody needing a network to interconnect people, objects and services can use Kalima network.
Objects can be devices such as Android and iOS devices, supercomputers, small IoT gateways, LoRaWAN gateways, industrial networks etc.
People can be connected using mobiles, tablets, smart watches, web interfaces.
Services can be AI processes, deep learning, big data, reporting tools and more.
The core idea of the Kalima network is to be a plug-and-play platform for anyone who wants to build or use enterprise decentralized Applications (dApps).
To connect, just create an account and then connect one or more devices or services, managing authorizations with the Kalima administration tool.
Then, depending on your requirements, you can create smart contracts to be processed on the client side, atRead more on cryptonews.com