I was just reading about the Algorand partnership with PlanetWatch – here’s what it says:
“Planetwatch is leveraging Algorand’s speed and scale for the world’s first distributed ledger for air quality sensors on an environmentally-friendly blockchain network.”
Since the ledger runs on the Algorand blockchain, is there an individual transaction fee (in ALGOs) charged every time a sensor records its data onto the ledger?
I’m a bit unclear as to exactly what would qualify as a transaction for fee purposes in the case of sensor data.
(Example – A machine records 5 sensor recordings onto the ledger, the standard ALGO transaction fee is .001 / transaction, so those 5 recordings incur total ALGO transaction fees of .005?)