For years there’s been talk of nanorobots repairing red blood cells from inside our artery walls.
As computers get smaller and more intelligent, they’ll find their way into every nook and cranny of our society. Supercomputers that used to take up an entire room are now outperformed by phones that fit in our pockets.
On top of that, all these devices are connected to each other, beaming information to space and back. We’ve entered an entirely new world, and there’s a lot of people working very hard to bring to fruition what’s being called the Internet-of-Things (IoT).
#InternetOfThings is when your toaster mines bitcoins to pay off its gambling debts to the fridge
— Andrew Miller 🦓🦓🦓 (@socrates1024) October 20, 2015
IoT and blockchain technology are simply meant for each other. Both were created specifically to operate using a decentralized network of computers spanning the globe. Both also have the opportunity to explode in value in the near future, and by…