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PAVO COIN wants to stay up to date with all things blockchain. It also wants to do so with IoT. With agriculture, it’s the same no less. And the platform aims to mix the three….
PAVO COIN wants to add IoT blockchain, to the current AgTech ecosystem, to create a platform that has never been seen before; it will mainly do so by offering farmers and growers more instant, accurate, and up-to-date real-time data, by which they can base their business decisions. The business also hopes to use its PAVO Token, an ETH token, to enable all market participants of cannabis-related products to receive digital customer payments. Plus, they’ll be able to hopefully use this currency as payment within the network as well.
The blockchain-enabled, end-to-end solution will consist of two core concepts as well. The first is that of numerous underlying technologies at work behind the PAVO COIN currency. The second lies in properly securing all sensor data that has been collected at the point of agricultural crop.