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[Tech]Mutual Verification between Adjacent Devices Using Merkle-Tree Algorithm

Network is divided into multiple layers, and in many cases, miniaturized IoT devices are not equipped with an interface that supports direct communication with the main net.

To secure the accuracy of the data provided by the final sensor node in the IoT system, reliability verification is inevitable not only for relay nodes, but also for independent short range wireless networks connecting each node.

In cell network to which Reap SDK is applied, secondary security is possible by checking for the forgery of transmitted data, comparing the adjacent edge node with merkle tree value of the end node.

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