Blockchain of Things Joins Trusted IoT Alliance

New York, NY, January 05, 2018 --( Blockchain of Things, Inc., the leading provider of rapid Bitcoin blockchain integration, with its Catenis Enterprise™ platform, has joined the Trusted Internet of Things Alliance (TIOTA).

TIOTA’s mission is to connect and secure the next generation of smart IoT with blockchain technology for a more trusted, secure and scalable internet of all things. Blockchain of Things will be part of a group of companies united to catalyze the development of a blockchain-enabled, trusted Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem. “We are excited to join forces with a growing number of leading organizations aligned with the same vision as TIOTA,” said Andre De Castro, Founder and CEO of Blockchain of Things.

Mr. De Castro continues to state that “We believe people want to do business with a greater sense of trust and security. The Internet of Things offers great promise, along with its associated risks. We’ve created an approach layered onto and leveraging the Bitcoin blockchain core protocol, providing an exciting means for rapid blockchain integration to help enterprises do business more securely on a global basis. Supporting the evolving TIOTA ecosystem goes hand-in-hand with our corporate spirit and culture.”

"We are excited to have Blockchain of Things and their innovative work on permissioning and credentials of trusted devices participating in the Alliance. There are considerable opportunities to begin standardizing and collaborating across our emerging industry to accelerate growth and adoption." -Executive Director of the Trusted IoT Alliance – Zaki Manian

About Blockchain of Things, Inc. (BCoT)
Formed in 2015, BCoT has become the leader in enterprise-class software which allows organizations to quickly leverage the capabilities of blockchain technology. Their premier platform Catenis Enterprise™ offers a web services layer for rapid Bitcoin blockchain integration, to simplify and accelerate secure global peer-to-peer edge device messaging, digital asset control, and recording of immutable data. The company is located in New York City in the United States.

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Deborah de Castro