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Today's exchange rate report 📈 One MIOTA equals 0.2368 USD. #IOTA $IOTA #cryptocurrency #crypto https://t.co/t9ogAB4qUU
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#IOTA #Trinity - Trinity protects you every step of the way, from setting up your wallet, to making safe & correct transactions. Trinity on mobile & desktop offer the same features & security, so you are free to use whichever you are most comfortable with. #crypto #cryptocurrency https://t.co/vp6x1XrcFo
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#RT @iotatoken: The FPC voting is the basis of the consensus mechanism that brings security in the post Coordinator #Tangle. Our team developed an optional protocol for the detection of berserk adversaries aiming to improve the security of the protocol. https://t.co/fzbaY0pO7R
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#Qubic began life as as an initialism-turned-acronym, QBC, which stands for quorum-based computation. A quorum is the minimum number of votes that a distributed transaction has to obtain in order to be allowed to perform an operation in a distributed system. #IOTA #DLT https://t.co/LqIEb3Or5F
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Today's exchange rate report 📈 One MIOTA equals 0.246 USD. #IOTA $IOTA #cryptocurrency #crypto https://t.co/t9ogAB4qUU
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#RT @iotatoken: Getting started: the Road to Integration Part 1. We explain with a simple model when and why organizations should integrate the #IOTA protocol in their #DLT or #blockchain solutions. https://t.co/WV6PP9GDMi
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#RT @iotatoken: Fabrizio Rovati from @ST_World discusses the collaboration with #IOTA to bridge the gap between #IoT and #DLT in the new #Untangled episode. https://t.co/td2ZALswEL
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The Tangle: an illustrated introduction 5

Part 5: Consensus, confirmation confidence, and the coordinator Last week we mentioned the double-spend problem, which arises when Alice tries to spend her money more than once. In this post, which will be the last in the series, we show how this problem is resolved in the IOTA Tangle, and how we decide which history is the valid one.To illustrate the problem, we will examine the following double spend scenario:As you can see, Alice has 5i, which she gives to both Charlie and Bob. This is clearly a problem: we cannot…

Official Statement Regarding the MIT DCI Email Leaks

Next Steps We have spent much more time than we intended to on discussing this issue ad nauseum, and we would like to put it to bed. However, we can’t do that without help from the DCI team. To that end, we propose the following:We hereby formally request DCI to complete the proper disclosure protocols: we call on Ethan, Neha and their team to release any and all code, documentation, research, etc., they have developed in conjunction with their findings. If DCI are unable or unwilling to release all of the…

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…

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