Nokia and Hewlett Packard Enterprise have teamed with a Swiss startup called Streamr that will enable consumers to control and market tokenized data collected by Internet-connected devices, according to Fortune. The partnerships, announced at the Consensus conference in New York, signal emerging efforts to use blockchain technology to empower consumers. Streamr will tokenize the data in

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