How viable is blockchain technology? The federal Department of Energy (DoE) intends to find out. The DoE is putting a $200,000 grant into a trial of the technology to see if it can help protect the national power grid. The project aims to improve the security of millions of devices on the grid. Factom, one of the earliest companies to pitch blockchain enterprises, and IoT security startup, TFA Labs are both participating in the trial.
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