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Jasmy were looking for a trusted partner to put their business on the blockchain. So they turned to Centrality.
Jasmy is an enterprise-level, Internet of Things (IoT) provider located in Japan. Founded by former Sony President Kunitake Ando, Jasmy’s mission is to create an IoT platform that customers can use worldwide — all while maintaining control over their data. They engaged with Centrality to deliver blockchain solutions to make their platform safe, secure and easy to use.
What business challenge was Jasmy trying to solve?
IoT has the potential to drastically change people’s lives, including how they utilise food, clothing, housing and mobile. But currently, important data generated by IoT devices, which includes personal data about users, remains under the control of companies providing the IoT infrastructure.
Jasmy engaged with Centrality to integrate blockchain technology into their IoT platform so that individuals could keep their own data safe and secure. By partnering with Centrality, Jasmy was better placed to give control of data back to consumers and remove the liability of holding on to customer information.
Integrating blockchain technology was the logical next step for Jasmy. Due to its nature of being an open and decentralised ledger, blockchain removes the need for central authorities and enables data sovereignty for consumers. Securing IoT devices to the blockchain also creates a highly secure environment, safeguarding it against hackers.
What is Centrality delivering for Jasmy?
Centrality is delivering 3 bespoke solutions:
- Secure Knowledge Communicator (SKC)
A customer support solution that is secured on a private blockchain ledger which protects users’ personal data and providing agents with verified information, without storing customer information.
- Smart Guardian (SG)
An automation system that secures home and lifestyle IoT devices to individuals’ digital identities....
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