Towards an Embedded Trust Blockchain Architecture for 6G Networks


  • A. Azmi Dept. of Comp. Sci. & Engineering Yanbu University College Yanbu, Saudi Arabia
  • F. N. Alavi Dept. of Computer Science, Virtual University, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • S. Arif Dept. of General Studies, Yanbu University, College Yanbu, Saudi Arabia



Blockchain, 6G, AI, Machine Learning, Cybersecurity, Trust


In recent years, blockchain technology has received considerable attention from academia, financiers and governments. Blockchain is considered to be a key disruptive technology for the 21st Century, with a very wide array of application domains that impact all areas of our lives. That such a technology exists just as the world is transitioning towards 6G mobile networks that will offer unprecedented levels of performance, but will come an attendant set of ethical and other implications, is highly fortuitous. We offer in this paper a proposal to integrate blockchain technology into the anticipated 6G feature set to address the problem of ensuring and automating Trust to a high degree.




How to Cite

Azmi, A., Alavi, F. N., & Arif, S. (2022). Towards an Embedded Trust Blockchain Architecture for 6G Networks. International Journal of Emerging Multidisciplinaries: Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence, 1(2), 74–83.