Blockchain now enables secure monitoring of the processes without navigating access restrictions, paving the way for opportunities in distributed learning, encrypted training data, and enhanced computer vision processes. Authentication in blockchain involves using a private key to sign transactions, validated by public keys and protected through hashing in a distributed digital ledger system. In a blockchain network, global nodes record and validate transactions, eliminating a single point of failure and centralized authority. This decentralized and immutable nature holds promise for improving data integrity, security, and trust in IoT ecosystems, addressing vulnerabilities and ensuring the safe functioning of connected devices.
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Dr. Roseline Oluwaseun Ogundokun, Guest Editor