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By Hovig Ohannessian | Updated May 1, 2018 - Published April 30, 2018
With this pattern, you build an IBM Cloud IoT app that inserts incoming values from a Blockchain application into a Cloudant database and that sends events to Watson IoT Platform. The data is analyzed in the Node-RED application and then posted to the Node-RED dashboard and the Watson IoT Platform dashboard for your IBM Cloud IoT app. You can choose which dashboard best serves your purpose.
To understand a set of transactions in a Blockchain network without having to access the Hyperledger network, you can build an IoT app and IoT dashboards that can display and analyze the data. The IoT app organizes the users and receives values from the transactions. The IoT app registers users as devices, takes the generated values (such as steps), to provide an overall count of the values and transactions across the users. The IoT app parses the incoming Blockchain blocks and filters the users and its data based on whether the user already exists in the database. If the user exists, its data is passed on and analyzed, and the output is displayed on the dashboards. All of these transactions are recorded in the Cloudant database.
Find the detailed steps for this pattern in the README. The steps will show you how to:
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