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Integrating DLT Into a KNIME Workflow| A Beginner’s Guide

Today I would like to show you (step by step) how you can integrate the Distributed-Ledger-Technolgy-Protocol IOTA into a State-Of-The-Art Data-Science-Software-Workflow of the KNIME Analytics Platform.If don’t know what KNIME or IOTA is, here is a short overview:· IOTA is a DLT based on a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG), it was built to power the future of the Internet of Things. IOTA is permissionless, feeless and made for IoT microtransactions. The development of the protocol increased in 2020 a lot and we can expect…

The Sands of Time: Part II

Introduction (Read Part I) This is part II in a series of pieces attempting to dig up chunks of history and relate those chunks to the present IOTA experience. Expect the first few parts of the series to lay fairly rigorous groundwork in order to enable proper payoff of later pieces in the series. The Sands of Time series proceeds through history in chronological order, so the reader will gain maximum benefit by reading the pieces in the order they're written. Start with Part I of the series.In Part I, we learned…

Cross Pollination

GoShimmer is the group of technologies that will lead to Coordicide (Coordicide = IOTA 2.0). Reaching Coordicide is a multi-step process, however, so Chrysalis is the name given to the intermediate phase transitioning from current IOTA 1.0 to future IOTA 2.0. Chrysalis is therefore referred to as IOTA 1.5.We learned about the naming conventions for Chrysalis in Smoothing the Learning Curve. As a broad recap, Bee and Hornet are two software implementations that combine to make Chrysalis. That piece only dealt with…

One Brick at a Time

Building an open source technology from scratch is a monumental task that requires a mixture of talent and immense hard work.Opensource.com describes what open source is:The term originated in the context of software development to designate a specific approach to creating computer programs. Today, however, "open source" designates a broader set of values—what we call "the open source way." Open source projects, products, or initiatives embrace and celebrate principles of open exchange, collaborative participation,…

Crossing the Chasm

If the 2008 global financial crisis (GFC) wasn't inflammatory enough, then the ensuing central bank stimulus probably was. There were €12.6 trillion of negative yielding debt instruments at one point last year. We're unequivocally living in the lowest interest rate environment of the last 650 years.Bitcoin was born out of the GFC and forged its identity through this controversial central banking stimulus experiment. If you haven't read the Bitcoin whitepaper, we'd recommend it. It'll only take a couple of minutes to get…

Interview with SOCIETY2

Today, we're lucky to learn more about a promising project that's aiming to shake up the decentralized social media (DeSM) space. We talked to Ben Royce, SOCIETY2's founder, along with Joseph Skewes and the rest of the team. Ben, Joseph, and the team were extremely generous with their time, so I think you'll find their insights below particularly insightful. They even reveal an announcement in question number 10!SOCIETY2 has only been around for a few months, and what a time it is to start such an important project! We…

IOTA 1.5 (Chrysalis phase 2) RFCs

A list of Chrysalis phase 2 RFC pull requests. The RFCs serve as initial protocol specifications for the changes coming later this year.Please provide feedback on the RFCs, or join our Discord if you have questions.Message object RFC (PR #17, Rendered) Transaction structure RFC (#18, Rendered) Milestone payload RFC (#19, Rendered) Bech32 address format (#20, Rendered)The colored coins RFC will be shared in the coming days.

Pollen Testnet v0.2.2 release note

Pollen Testnet v0.2.2 Release NotesAs we mentioned in our first blog post on the release of Pollen, the first IOTA 2.0 Testnet, our goal is to publish more consistent updates in order to iterate as fast as possible. Below please find the release notes for Pollen v0.2.2!Improved message and transaction validation:Adjusted max transaction inputs count. Added signature validation before issuance. Enforced max message size in message factory.Improved API:Changed granularity of spammer API to accept…

Integrating physical devices with IOTA — Peer-to-peer energy trading with IOTA Part 1

Integrating physical devices with IOTA — Peer-to-peer energy trading with IOTA Part 1The 18th part in a series of beginner tutorials on integrating physical devices with the IOTA protocol.IntroductionThis is the 18th part in a series of beginner tutorials where we explore integrating physical devices with the IOTA protocol. This will be a two part tutorial where we look at using the IOTA token as the settlement currency in a peer-to-peer energy trading solution. In the first part we will focus on monitoring real time…

IoT ONE Academy publishes IOTA courses for managers (English Version) in cooperation with IOTA…

IoT One Academy publishes IOTA courses for managers (English Version) in cooperation with IOTA FoundationToday, the IoT ONE ACADEMY has published the IOTA courses for managers in English language in close cooperation with the IOTA Foundation headquartered in Berlin.These courses are specifically designed for managers, consultants, strategy managers, c-level managers, and decision-makers with no technical or developer background. The content has been carefully conducted between IoT ONE ACADEMY and IOTA Foundation and…

Welcome José Manuel Cantera to the IOTA Foundation

José Manuel Cantera is joining IOTA as Tech Analyst & Project Lead of the Market Adoption team. In this role, José will focus on developing innovation and collaboration projects leveraging IOTA technologies, particularly, in the area of Global Trade and Supply Chains. He will also keep an eye on standardization and public funding opportunities.José lives in Valladolid, Spain and has been in the technology sector for over twenty years. He has worked as a software engineer, technical product manager and evangelist…

Can blockchain technology help to monitor water distribution securely

Water is an essential ingredient in our life. Almost all lifeforms need it to exist and to survive — especially humans. We need it to grow plants, to drink it, to clean things, and many more. In our day to day life, water is always available, thus we often forget how important it is. However, there are many regions in the world with no working water supply. People are forced to use contaminated water from improvised wells or rivers. Fortunately, several organizations try to support these regions and developing countries by…

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