IOTA Newsletter #20 — Aiming for Simple, Crypto Rating Council, Dev Update, Research Update & more.

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Aiming for Simple

The new IOTA nodes (Hornet and Bee) and the Chrysalis protocol upgrade promise a significant step-change in the utility of the IOTA network. This will make it easier and cheaper to run nodes, and to transact on the network. So this is perhaps a good time to also think about how easy it is to discover and use all the functionality that the IOTA protocol affords.

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IOTA Receives Crypto Ratings Council Rating

The Crypto Rating Council has formally issued its rating for the IOTA token in April. The Crypto Rating Council is composed of industry-leading crypto businesses committed to a common framework to assess digital assets for adoption in the United States. It is a self-governing body that creates a rating or ‘score’ to assist its members and policymakers to better interface with digital assets. This score follows case law and SEC guidance to determine whether a digital asset may be considered a security now or in the future.

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Introduction to Coordicide Specifications

Welcome to the Introduction to Coordicide Specifications video series — a series of 7 educational videos by our Research team first developed for internal use and now publicly shared with the IOTA Community.

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Recent News

IOTA Streams alpha

We have been working on a new and vastly improved version of MAM (Masked Authenticated Messaging) for a couple of months now. In April we released an alpha implementation. Together with the release, and as described in this post, we are also renaming MAM to IOTA Streams. The implementation, written in Rust, allows you to test how IOTA Streams can be used and how it differs from previous versions of MAM.

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IOTA Research Status Update — April 2020

We’re pleased to share the latest news from the IOTA Research department.

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IOTA Dev Status Update — April 2020

Published by the IOTA dev team every month, this update will provide you with news and updates about our key projects!

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