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The IOTA Trinity Wallet at a glance

Of course, every owner of IOTA must also think about where to stores them or how to keeps track of them. This is where the Trinity Wallets comes into play. This is the digital wallet that contains all IOTA. In addition, it allows to send and receive IOTA.Source: https://trinity.iota.org/The Trinity wallet you should handle as a real wallet. After all, it is a virtual currency that has a value. If you lose your virtual wallet, you lose the content — as in real life — in this case, the IOTA, but where can you get such…

Welcome Evaldas Drąsutis to the IOTA Foundation

Evaldas Drąsutis lives in Vilnius, Lithuania. He started programming at age 16, by coding 2nd generation soviet computers at the hardware level with octal code and punch tapes. Since then Evaldas has held a variety of software-related positions, as an academy researcher, full stack programmer (OS/2, C, many other languages and systems), departmental manager, co-founder and CEO of a successful software company. Evaldas holds a PhD in mathematics and CS from Moscow State University and MBA degrees. Despite being in managerial…

Welcome Dr. Bing-Yang Lin to the IOTA Foundation

Dr. Bing-Yang Lin joins The IOTA Foundation as a Senior Software Engineer.Dr. Bing-Yang Lin lives in Hsinchu, Taiwan, and has almost 10 years of programming and research experience. Before joining IOTA, Bing-Yan worked for the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) and MediaTek (MTK) for eight years, solving real-world problems. He helped TSMC build a semiconductor memory failure pattern identification system based on data mining, and helped MTK build a machine-learning-based analysis flow to reduce the test…

What is STM32 x IOTA ?

DISTRIBUTED LEDGER TECHNOLOGIES (DLTS) ARE BUILT ON A NODE NETWORK WHICH MAINTAINS A DISTRIBUTED LEDGER, WHICH IS A CRYPTOGRAPHICALLY SECURED, DISTRIBUTED DATABASE TO RECORD TRANSACTIONS. NODES ISSUE TRANSACTIONS THROUGH A CONSENSUS PROTOCOL.IOTA is a distributed ledger technology specifically designed for IoT.The IOTA distributed ledger is called the tangle and is created by the transactions issued by the nodes in the IOTA network.validate two unapproved transactions called tips create and sign the…

Empowering Machines with Wallets: 2nd IOTA Development Contest on Hackster.io

Today we are announcing our second IOTA development contest focused around machines with wallets. The contest has thousands of dollars worth of prizes up for grabs, including a drone, VR headset and 3D printer. We want developers to flex their creative muscle and build something completely new.Up until now devices were only able to send data to each other. This means that if a device wanted to sell something, to another device or a human, it would have to involve a payment system to collect the money. This adds fees,…

IRI 1.8.0 with networking rewrite

The IRI team has been hard at work the past couple months on increasing the stability of the software, and making it better prepared to accommodate the growth in adoption of IOTA. The previous release, IRI 1.7.1, brought multiple fixes that made the software more stable. Making IRI future-proof also meant rethinking some components of the software completely. One of the components that we rewrote completely, and released today, is networking.The networking rewrite brings with it a ton of changes that will make the node…

IOTA and the mobility sector: a complete rundown

The days of assembling “dumb” parts into something that moves are (nearly) over. Vehicle sales for personal ownership are dwindling while new mobility concepts are on a steady rise.In addition, a shift from combustion to electric engines and leaps in autonomous driving technology require a major overhaul of existing manufacturing processes, designs, infrastructure and business models.The coming decade will represent the biggest disruption any industry lasting longer than a century has ever seen. The New York Times…

Welcome Duncan Main to the IOTA Foundation

Duncan is joining IOTA as a Junior Project Manager within the Projects and Partners team. In this role, he will focus on the formal aspects of project management while engaging with our partners and making sure projects run smoothly from initiation to delivery.Duncan lives in East Lothian just outside Edinburgh, Scotland, and has been working as a project manager in the manufacturing industry for the past five years. He has worked on hundreds of projects, large and small throughout the UK, Europe and Middle East and is…

Welcome Samuel Rufinatscha to the IOTA Foundation

Samuel Rufinatscha has joined IOTA as a Software Engineer on the Ict and Bee teams, building the future core node framework of IOTA. You can follow his work on the #bee-dev channel of the IOTA Discord.Samuel is currently studying computer science / medical informatics at the renowned Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien). However he has always engaged in computer science — even as a little boy. He became competent in security and privacy by tinkering and coding during high school. Samuel has extensive knowledge of…

Challenges and solutions for the IoT

The internet of things, or IoT, is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction. A thing in the internet of things can be for example a person with a heart monitor implant, a farm animal with a biochip transponder, an automobile that has built-in sensors to alert the driver when tire pressure is low or any other…

Milestone Retrospect — Untangle Care

Introduction As we conclude the second milestone of our “Untangle Care” project, we thought it would be a good opportunity to provide an update on what we have been working on. As a reminder, the goal of this project is to develop IOTA-based tools that will allow healthcare data to flow between different healthcare stakeholders and systems (e.g., Electronic Medical Records, Internet of Medical Things devices, Personal Health Records, etc.) in a secure, patient-controlled and healthcare-interoperable way (using the Fast…

Qubic status update July 3rd 2019

For those of you who did not notice, we had another ReSum and SumSum last month. This putting together of all minds in the company, meeting face to face, has resulted into a renewed focus and updates to some plans. More info will be coming out in due time but suffice to say that we will be merging efforts with several teams into a single new flexible base node that is going to carry all our efforts towards Ict, Coordicide, and, of course, Qubic.The base node currently carries on the Bee name and will be written in Rust. It…

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