Cyberphysical Blockchain-Enabled Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading December 18, 2020
Scalability and security problems with centralized architecture models in cyberphysical systems have provided opportunities for blockchain-based distributed models. A decentralized energy-trading system takes advantage of various sources and effectively coordinates the energy to ensure the optimal utilization of available resources. Three blockchainbased energy-trading models are proposed to overcome the technical challenges and market barriers as well as enhance the adoption of this disruptive technology.
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