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#RT @iotatoken: The Untangled Podcast is back! Tune in for Smart Wallets & Future of #Mobility with @JLR_News, @VDA_online and Anne Smith, our head of Mobility and Automotive, in the first episode of the new season: https://t.co/RGC8WGjLbp
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#IOTA uses hash-based signatures instead of ECC. Not only are hash-based signatures a lot faster than ECC, but it also greatly simplifies the overall protocol. What actually makes the IOTA signature scheme #quantum-secure is the fact that it uses #Winternitz signatures. #DLT https://t.co/7uRgur2sjA
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#RT @iotatoken: How the #IOTA technology is incentivizing consumers in distributed energy systems by @NSBusinessHub. https://t.co/1cO31EwAI1
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For any computational device, there will always be tasks too resource intensive for the device to compute, especially for #IoT devices. What if such low power devices could simply outsource intensive computations to an external, more capable machine? #Qubic #IOTA #DLT https://t.co/YckPNRxjrY
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Today's exchange rate report 📈 One MIOTA equals 0.2489 USD. #IOTA $IOTA #cryptocurrency #crypto https://t.co/t9ogAB4qUU
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The #InternetOfThings is an umbrella term for billions of Internet-connected devices that share data with each other. Thanks to this data-sharing network, #IoT will become a driving force in creating more efficient communication across many aspects of our lives! #IOTA #DLT https://t.co/y6AHS9O8oa
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Secure and Effective Implementation of an #IOTA Light Node using #STM32: "In this work, also supported by a Demo, we show an example of secure #IoT device that enables the functionalities of IOTA, a #DLT specifically designed for the use in the IoT."
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IOTA: What the DCI emails reveal

IOTA has received a lot of bad press so far because of the DCI allegations — if you are not familiar with this topic, you may read the summary here (see point 1).With Tangleblog’s disclosure of their email correspondence between IOTA devs and the DCI team we have a source now to get a closer look at what really happened (and what not). I want to point out here that Tangleblog is not part of the IOTA Foundation but just a community member; the same is true for me.The IOTA Foundation did not make these emails public: As an…

Debunking the ‘IOTA Vulnerability Report’

For many months now we constantly see the same report showing up in FUD articles about IOTA. The report is continuously being used to show that IOTA is vulnerable to theft because the signing process uses the Curl hash function, which is supposedly unsafe. Well guess what? IOTA’s signing process does not use Curl and hasn’t used it since August 2017, which was right before this (arguably malicious hidden agenda based) report came out. A lot of resources have been spent in the mean time trying to debunk this report. Such is…

IOTA: MAM Eloquently Explained

MAM, Masked Authenticated Message, is one of the most remarkable features of IOTA. Let us speculate the world full of small IoT devices, where their small jobs, flow of microscopic data, and nano-payments come and go all over the globe. IOTA, whose goal is to become the very fundamental layer of coming society, is the most provident project of the time that challenges looming paradigm shift. And MAM is its core driving force, which distinguishes IOTA from other distributed ledger by making data flow and transactions much…

IOTA: Signature And Validation

Address generation First of all, create Private Key from Seed.// length = security (1: light client, 2: wallet default, 3: exchange level) var key = function(seed, index, length) { ... return key; // private key }have your Private Key ready, whose length = security * 2187 . Private Key is partitioned into L distinct segments, where L = security * 27. So, each segment would be 81. Hash all segments as a whole. The product is called digest. Hash digest once. The product is called address.Seed ->…

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