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XDK2MAM Status Review

Long time no see right? We are happy to announce that XDK2MAM Phase 1 compromised to the EDF is now finished. This last six months were really exciting as we combined the development of various open source packages to connect the Bosch XDK110 sensors node with the Tangle and traveled as much as we could to condcut “hands on” Workshops and introduce IOTA’s Ledger and Masked Authenticated Messaging as a solution to decentralize information produced by this great device.We dictated workshops in several cities of Argentina,…

ELI9: Azimuth (previously known as NB-PoW)

A simple explanation (ELI9=explain like I am 9) of Azimuth (also known as NB-PoW) — A different approach to proof of work that we are working on as part of our long-term vision for IOTA. This post is the result of a collaboration among Marcos Andrade, Philipp Blum, Andrew Brough, Jake Cahill, Dave de Fijter, Sabri Goldberg, Sergey Ivancheglo, Igor Nielsen, Navin Ramachandran, and Samuel Reid. First, let’s set the scene… A wireless IoT device walks into a bar and starts doing push-ups. “You don’t need to prove how much work…

Trinity Desktop 0.6.2 Release

The new build brings a number of crash and bug fixes. Notably, migrations from < 0.5.0 versions to latest have been fixed.Download it here: https://github.com/iotaledger/trinity-wallet/releases/tag/0.6.2Fix: Migration not successful when migrating from 0.4.x and below to latest (#1832) Fix: Incorrect already spent from address errors on transaction retry (#1835) Fix: Incorrect transaction failure alert when successfully broadcast (#1835) Fix: Quorum being conducted on transaction account syncs when explicitly

IOTA Foundation Releases the Results of the Trinity Security Audit by SIXGEN

We are pleased to release the results of the Trinity audit conducted by world-leading cybersecurity firm SIXGEN. A security assessment of all desktop and mobile versions (Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android) revealed an overall LOW risk of compromise from external attackers. Wallet security is at the core of the Trinity team’s approach and we maintain high standards across all app areas. The audit results validate this approach and confirm the overall security of Trinity as a method for safeguarding IOTA tokens. The report…

Trinity Mobile 0.7.3 Release

Trinity Mobile 0.7.3 has been released. This version brings a number of bug fixes and stability improvements.New: Add front camera support when QR scanning (#1795) Fix: Autopromotion not working as intended (#1794) Fix: Improve reliability of reattachment and promotion (#1779) Fix: Do not perform quorum when explicitly turned off in settings (#1766, #1812) Fix: Crash in node settings (#1765) Fix: Unrecognised password issue (#1749) Fix: Update redux schema before migration (#1818) Update: Remove locally stored unhealthy

IOTA Newsletter #11 — Coordicide Blueprint, Supply Chain Tracking, Smart Cities & more

IOTA announces the blueprint for CoordicideIOTA unveils blueprint for Coordicide. Read more about the removal of the Coordinator in the article and get an introduction to this technological breakthrough in the video below. Read more…Watch the Coordicide videohttps://medium.com/media/f170fbfaba521747108cc90399af25f5/href Recent NewsSimply track the provenance and authenticity of your shirt IoT software company EVRYTHNG and fashion labels ALYX and Avery Dennison utilize IOTA for supply chain to prove authenticity and…

IOTA-Primority Partnership: How to improve food and consumer safety?

Food allergy can be a fatal threat for unaware consumers. But even the most cautious allergy sufferers run a daily risk when they carefully pick their groceries. The labels on packaged food can be hard to read and difficult to understand and they might not even be accurate. The complexity of supply chains and food manufacturing processes makes it almost impossible for our current systems to ensure the level of granularity that can mean a deadly difference for sensitive immune systems. And that is just talking about the…

Part IV — The Qubic Network!

Preface — Personally, I still don’t think anyone fully knows what exactly the Qubic Network will look like, or what kind of applications will be built on top of the final version. Part of that is simply because it is a new paradigm in which we must shift our minds from a traditional economy to a new machine economy. In this article, I try to describe not whether the example technically is correct or not, but more so what it could be. The fact is, the Qubic Network is being built to be a flexible structure that refines data…

Welcome Alexander Lehnert to lidbot

Lidbot would like to introduce one of our team members, Alexander Lehnert. Alexander is a digital product and motion designer. He has been a creative and motion director since 2007, working on a wide range of projects, from commercials and music videos, to startup videos. Alexander also teaches visual effects and motion design lessons for FXPHD and Hello Luxx, based out of Chicago and Sydney.Since starting his career, he has worked with some great companies, led the communications and design department at an agency, led…

Trinity Desktop 0.6.1 Release

Trinity Desktop 0.6.1 has been released. This build contains several bug fixes.Download it here: https://github.com/iotaledger/trinity-wallet/releases/tag/0.6.1- Fix: Autopromotion not working as intended (#1794) - Fix: Improve reliability of reattachment and promotion (#1779) - Fix: Temporarily disable hardened runtime - Fix: Mac Ledger issues (#1793) - Fix: Mac tray app not rendering (#1792) - Update: New translations (#1782, #1796)Closes #1785, #1789, #1778

IRI 1.7.1 Update

What's new:Fixes to some of the current node issues, improved stability Transaction pruning is now off by default. If you want to limit the transaction history stored on your node, please use the LOCAL_SNAPSHOTS_PRUNING_ENABLED flag. Nodes now time out after a --tip-selection-timeout (default 60 seconds) when performing tip selection. This is to avoid nodes stalling when tip selection is taking too long a time. You can change this using the TIP_SELECTION_TIMEOUT_SEC config to a value that works for you. All boolean

Part III — Does the Internet of Things Need To Be Fee’less?

A Distributed Secure Protocol is the Answer… But Do We Need Fees? As we discussed before in Part I & Part II, data is going to be the resource of the future, and connected devices will be the the mechanism in which data is collected. After diving into IoT we understand that there is a high need for a secure standard messaging layer and the Tangle is that answer. With the Tangle, data will travel securely between connected devices at the edge and to and from the could. Streams of data flowing seamlessly around the digital…

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