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日本初创公司Nayuta发布了一款正在开发中的“闪电”实施,其新关注点是物联网(IoT)|出海日本物联网岛群第11期

2020-02-06 14:04:53

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据CoinDesk独家透露,Nayuta正在发布首个专门针对物联网的闪电实施方案,物联网指的是将数据传输给彼此的联网设备网络。Nayuta的发布背后的想法是,它连接到比特币的实时网络(而不是测试网络),允许真实的BTC进行交易。

 

到目前为止,Nayuta的发布代表着迄今为止在比特币的主要网络上正式发布的第四款闪电实现,此前Acinq、Blockstream和lightning Labs都推出了软件。

 

它的名字叫做雷鸟(Ptarmigan),日语中雷鸟的意思是“雷鸟”。

这家初创公司将微支付视为物联网行业萌芽的一个主要元素,这吸引了许多大公司的注意。其中一些公司正在区块链和物联网的交叉点上投入时间和资源,尽管如何将这项技术整合到互联设备网络上没有一个明确的方向,但最近的新闻标题清楚地表明,重要行业正在参与其中。捷豹的IOTA实验以及Nayuta等初创公司的工作表明,物联网设备将能够实现小额支付。在闪电的情况下,这种微支付可以使用比特币进行。

 

就像Nayuta的联合创始人Kenichi Kurimoto向CoinDesk解释的那样:闪电网络有以下有前景的特点:(a)小额交易,或微支付(b)无国界和跨域支付(c)实时支付(d)每秒大交易(TPS)的潜力。特别是(a) &的组合(b)有潜力创造一个全新的市场。由于人们不想多次执行付费操作,因此需要将其与许多人执行的其他操作或与某种自主操作联系起来。去年,Nayuta与日本一家大型电力公司合作,对电动汽车进行闪电充电测试。不过,尽管高通风投(Qualcomm Ventures)等规模较大的公司也有同样的愿景,但到目前为止,这些想法还没有在大范围内实现,或许部分原因是比特币的微支付技术仍不发达。

 

但是Nayuta正在尝试将这个想法付诸实践。很快就会有一种他们称之为“闪电盾”的装置问世。Arduino是小型计算机,主要用于业余爱好者制造机器人或其他技术。护盾增加了额外的功能,从电机使东西旋转或更好的声音。一种可以夹在Arduino板上的新技术。Kurimoto表示,这意味着能够开发出使用闪电网络功能的物联网应用原型的人数将大幅增加。他补充道:物联网是闪电网络应用领域的重要领域之一,但没人知道杀手级应用是什么。在这种情况下,越来越多的开发人员和原型试验是非常重要的。但这一款增加了闪电功能,即该设备可以发送或接收小额支付。我们的长期目标是让雷鸟成为在小型硬件上运行的小型闪电网络软件。Nayuta在新闻发布会上说,这个主流版本实验性地实现了SPV钱包模式,在树莓派零上的一个独立节点上运行。

 

SPV是简化支付验证的缩写,是网络上的一个小闪电节点,它要求终端用户下载更少的数据。一台树莓派零可能是迄今为止最便宜的电脑,仅售5美元。

 

为了演示它是如何工作的,Nayuta发布了一个简短的演示视频,展示了他们是如何在他们的新闪电盾上发送一个闪电交易,让一道光发光。



 

Japanese startup Nayuta is releasing an in-progress lightning

implementation with a compelling new focus: the internet of things (IoT).

 

As revealed exclusively to CoinDesk, Nayuta is publishing the first lightning implementation geared specifically toward IoT, or networks of connected devices that feed data to one another. The idea behind Nayuta’s release is that it connects to bitcoin’s live network (as opposed to a test one), allowing transactions of real BTC.

To date, Nayuta’s release represents the fourth lightning implementation to officially launch on bitcoin’s mainnet so far, following software pushes from startups Acinq, Blockstream, and Lightning Labs.

Called Ptarmigan, the Japanese word for “thunder bird,” the name plays off the fact that the promising bitcoin technology it builds upon is named “lightning.”

The startup view micropayments as a major element for the budding Internet of Things industry, which has attracted attention from many big name firms. Some of those companies are investing time and resources at the intersection of blockchain and IoT, and while there’s not one clear direction for how the tech can be integrated into connected device networks, recent headlines make it clear that significant industries are getting involved.

The idea behind one aspect — as demonstrated by Jaguar’s IOTA experiment as well as work by startups like Nayuta, is that IoT devices will be capable of making small payments to one another. In the case of lightning, such micropayments could be conducted using bitcoin.

As Nayuta co-founder Kenichi Kurimoto explained to CoinDesk:

“The lightning network has the following promising characteristics: (a) small transaction amounts, or “micropayments” (b) borderless and cross-domain payments (c) real-time payments (d) large transaction per second (TPS) potential. Especially the combination (a) & (b) has the potential to create a whole new market. Because humans do not want to make payment-action many times, it is required to link with other actions performed by many people or with some kind of autonomous actions.”

Nayuta partnered with a major electric Japanese company last year to put lightning payments to the test for recharging electric cars. But while this is also a vision shared by larger companies like Qualcomm Ventures, thus far, these ideas haven’t taken off at a large scale, perhaps partly because bitcoin’s micropayment technology is still under-developed.

But Nayuta is trying to put the idea to the test. Soon to follow is a device they call a lightning “shield.” Arduino’s are little computers used mostly by hobbyists to create robots or other technology. “Shields” add extra functionality, from motors for making things spin or better sound. a new type of technology that can be clipped onto an Arduino board.

“It means dramatically increasing the number of people who can develop prototypes of IoT applications that use Lightning Network feature,” Kurimoto said, adding:

“IoT is one of the important Lightning Network application area, but no one knows what the killer-app is. In such situation, an increasing number of developers and prototyping trials are very important.”

But this one adds lightning functionality, or the ability for said device to send or receive small payments.

“Our long-term goal is to make Ptarmigan the small-footprint lightning network software that operates on small hardware. This mainnet version experimentally implements an SPV wallet mode with which it operates on an independent node on Raspberry Pi Zero,” Nayuta said in a press release.

“SPV,” which stands for simplified payment verification, is a small lightning node on the network that requires an end-user to download less data. A Raspberry Pi Zero is possibly the cheapest computer to date, costing a mere $5.

To show how it works, Nayuta has released a short demo video, showing how they sent a lightning transaction over their new lightning shield, causing a strip of lights to shine.


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