An effective IoT needs new payments solutions

The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming more and more important and this enables revolutionary new business models. This means that the entire payments process must also be automated and adapted to new IoT business models. In order to realise these models economically, efficient, automated and real-time payment methods are necessary. The whitepaper "The future of payments" provides an overview of possible procedures.

In the whitepaper "The future of payments: programmable payments in the IoT sector" you can read:

  • Why business models in the Internet of Things need automated real-time payments
  • How a combination of SEPA with distributed ledger technology works as a bridging solution
  • Why the digital euro must come in the medium term
  • Two examples of business models in the IoT

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No Internet of Things without machine-to-machine payments

By 2025, according to current estimates, around 75 billion devices will be interconnected in the so-called Internet of Things (IoT). This mega trend will permanently change the industry and bring about new, innovative business models. In order to exploit the associated growth potential, suitable payments processes are necessary. Currently existing methods generally require human intervention; at least for authorisation. Micropayments are not economically realistic, and exhaustive real-time payments are not feasible. However, in order to really leverage the potential of the IoT, fully automated, autonomous payments solutions between machines, so-called M2M payments, must be possible.

In the medium to long term, the establishment of a DLT-based digital euro as a means of payment is therefore necessary: programmable payments could thus become a reality. Possible concepts, the underlying technologies and conceivable use cases are presented in the whitepaper "The future of payments: programmable payments in the IoT sector". It was created in a cooperation between CashOnLedger Technologies GmbH, the Digital Euro Association, the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center and PPI.