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IOTA a sustainable cryptocurrency

We are in the age of climate change. The big global issue must be addressed quickly to prevent the worst. The topic of a sustainable economy is becoming more and more urgent. Many states, cities, companies as well as private individuals have committed themselves to sustainability. Cryptocurrencies are not an end in themselves, they can make meaningful contributions. As I have stated several times, cryptocurrencies can help solve current problems to stop climate change. In this context, mention should be made of the use as…

IOTA presents at IEEE ICBC in Seoul

The IEEE ICBC is a premier forum for the latest research in the field of DLT. At the IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency 2019 in Seoul, South Korea, several members of our research team co-authored and presented the paper ‘Achieving Fairness in the Tangle through an Adaptive Rate Control Algorithm.’The paper, co-authored by Dr. Luigi Vigneri, Senior Research Scientist at IOTA and member of the Coordicide team, proposes a novel algorithm to deal with network congestion and to prevent spam attacks…

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…

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