Seamless integration of connected devices requires a fundamentally new architecture that can support multi-device data processing and multi-protocol data interoperability. Moreover, such an architecture also needs to maintain the consistency and integrity of the data being transitioned while being foundationally secure. The Bitcoin blockchain is a recent technological advancement that addresses the architectural concerns as a sophisticated load-balancer without a single point of failure. A blockchain offers an extensible framework which can be programmatically extended like Etherium and makes a scripting language available to all connected nodes. We propose to use a blockchain as a decentralized task manager for scheduling resources in a dynamic message-queue system made of mined blocks. A blockchain is the best fit for such an architecture because it already has robust implementations for fault tolerance of transactions, race conditions and data security.
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