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Python on PSoC® 6 MCUs for IoT and Blockchain Applications
Zerynth is a platform that simplifies and accelerates the development of IoT applications. It offers developers, system integrators, and businesses a way to enable IoT for their products, rapidly. The Zerynth platform supports Cypress’ ultra-low-power, flexible, and secure PSoC® 6 Microcontroller as well as Cypress' widely popular CYW4343W 802.11n Wi-Fi + Dual Mode Bluetooth 5.1 wireless radio. Cypress and Zerynth partnering on some innovative IoT initiatives.

Having the possibility to generate, sign, and send transactions from the inside of a microcontroller (such as PSoC 6) enables any device capable of running the cryptography algorithms to directly take advantage of Blockchain and Smart Contracts, removing centralized gateways and points of failure. This can be applied to many different fields and increments trust from consumers and third parties. For example, a supply chain can be monitored from the inside removing any single central authority storing the data and offering to final customers a certificate of the process goods are going through.

Going further, it can enable the economy of things, i.e. objects that can actually receive payments and offer services in exchange on-demand – like smart electricity meters offering a completely transparent service for the users.

This webinar will be exploring the potential of combining IoT and blockchain using Python directly on the PSoC 6 MCU, thanks to the Zerynth OS.

In particular, the Zerynth Ethereum library allows PSoC 6, purpose-built for IoT solutions, to generate and sign Ethereum transactions in a few lines of Python. This empowers IoT developers to easily connect to the Ethereum blockchain, use Smart Contracts, and seamlessly integrate IoT devices with DApps (decentralized applications).

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Jul 16, 2020 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Giacomo Baldi
CTO @Zerynth
Giacomo is Zerynth’s co-founder and CTO. A software architect and critical care doctor happily mixing both worlds – he has a master’s degree in both Computer Science and Medicine at the University of Pisa. Giacomo is co-inventor of several patents in the IoT field.