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Security Enhancements Based on Optimal Lightweight Blockchain Model for Data Sharing in Wireless IoT Networks
S. Muthulakshmi and A. Kannammal

The growth of Internet of Things (IoT) opens up further opportunities to improve the quality of support for emerging applications through data transfer. Traditional answers for secure information exchange are obscured in IoT because of intruders. Blockchain is an answer to problems and reduce the threat. This paper offers a lightweight and secure model with an IoT information for intelligent applications, which considers data security and efficiency. The model uses Oppositional Butterfly Optimization Algorithm (OBOA) based Fuzzy C-Means clustering crossing to find network between customers based on shared information. This improves the efficiency of data transfer and reduces the number of blocks used. The network assessment determines the scope of information transfer, which adequately reduce the scope of information exchanged for display and increase efficiency of highly regenerated NS-2 information transfer. Likewise, specific technologies offer comparable to other contemporary strategies. The proposed technology is compelling in delivering secure and efficient information between different customers versus different strategies.

Keywords: Data Sharing, Smart application, Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain, Data block, Fuzzy and oppositional butterfly optimization algorithm (OBOA)

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DOI: 10.32908/ahswn.v55.9951