Research article


Mr. S. Premkumar1, Dr.Manikannan Kaliyaperumal2, Mrs.A.Abirami3, Ms.S.Bhuvaneswari4 , Dillip Narayan Sahu5*, Idamakanti Kasireddy6

Online First: November 21, 2022

Communication will soon enter a new age ushered in by the Internet of Things (IoT). With the use of IoT, inanimate things may be given the ability to generate, receive, and share information with one another. High levels of security, privacy, authentication, and recovery from assaults are necessary to create such a society in an expanding manner. In this light, modifying the design of IoT applications is crucial for establishing fully protected IoT ecosystems. In this paper, we will examine the issues surrounding security in the Internet of Things and provide solutions. Multiple Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLTs) are proposed for usage in distinct Internet of Things (IoT) settings. The suggested security methods are generalised to account for the wide variety of IoT use cases. Blockchain facilitates the development of a decentralised network in which nodes or peers are dispersed across space and time and do not have any prior relationship with or mutual trust among one another. While blockchain has shown promise in the financial and e-commerce sectors, its direct use in other industries is not yet possible. Generic blockchains have severe shortcomings in key areas; they include scalability, efficiency, transaction sequencing, microtransaction capacity, and more. The study as a whole provides computationally efficient consensus methods and application-based smart contracts for vehicular, mobile, and aerial drone peer-to-peer networks.


Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain , algorithm, peer -to-peer and security.