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Building an Energy-Efficient Smart Grid that Rewards Responsible Users with W3bstream, and the IoTeX Blockchain.
Learn how to create a DePIN project that enables the creation of a simple, smart energy grid. You'll be using cutting-edge technologies like W3bstream and IoTeX Blockchain to build a system that rewards users for their energy efficiency. By the end of this tutorial, you will have gained valuable insights into building an energy-efficient infrastructure that promotes responsible energy use.
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Get Started with Trusted Location
The trusted location API developed by IoTeX allows developers to build a whole new set of dApps: Upon a user's approval, an application can query the API for a proof of the user's presence in a certain area within a specified time range. This quick-startwill show how to interact with the trusted location API through the iotex geolocation package.
Build a full-stack dApp on Trusted Location
Injecting trusted location data into dApps opens the door to several new types of applications. The dapp we're going to build allows users to create location-based Airdrops that can be unlocked only by those devices that were within the specified location area of the Airdrop during the time range determined by the Airdrop's creator.
A Blockchain Powered Smart-Lock with Arduino Nano IoT 33 (Part 2)
A Blockchain Powered Smart-Lock with Arduino Nano IoT 33 demonstrated how to remotely control a home automation device using a smart contract. With this tutorial we'll be adding a new feature to our project: A button that will change the status of the lock and update the smart-contract accordingly.
A Blockchain Powered Smart-Lock with Arduino Nano IoT 33 (Part 1)
This tutorial demonstrates how to remotely control a home automation device using a smart contract. We will be controlling a smart-lock through the popular Arduino Nano 33 IoT, which will be connected to the IoTex blockchain.
How to run a IoTeX Full Node on a Raspberry Pi Board
While many people think that running a blockchain full-node is all about mining, there are actually other reasons why you may want to run a full-node. For example, it can be a very effective learning experience that allows you to see first-hand how blockchain works. But there is another important reason why you may want to run your own blockchain full-node, especially if you are trying to connect IoT devices to the blockchain: that's when you need a "Blockchain Gateway", a full-node whose only purpose is to provide clients access to the blockchain.