More and more patents with IOTA protocol

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77% more patents around the IOTA protocol in the last 365 days
IOTA and its decentralized protocol provide for numerous inventions. Well-known companies increasingly apply for IOTA patents. The new decade is completely dominated by the digital transformation. Many industrial processes, developments and projects focus on solutions around Blockchain and DLT. At the forefront is IOTA, the backbone of IoT and a beacon of hope for payment systems and communication models between machines.
The acyclic graph of IOTA and the transactions via the tangle promise multi-channel capable applications and the networking of billions of devices. The inventions, patents, solutions and applications of block-chain-based processes and workflows are mainly about market share and sales. If you want to buy IOTA, you should hurry, because with every new invention the value of the token is likely to increase.

A glance at the patents applied for clearly shows that the IOTA protocol is becoming the new core of development research in Germany.

The demand for IOTA is growing and the interest is currently particularly huge, according to Dan Simerman, Head of Financial Relations at the IOTA Foundation. He recently announced the following message on his Twitter channel:

We’ve had a TON of new interest in IOTA this week, and I’ve had people asking me where to start.

According to Dan Simerman, by the end of 2019 there were 111 applications for patents with the IOTA protocol from 44 countries. The IOTA Foundation was also extremely positive on Twitter at the beginning of 2020, and once again emphasized the importance of IOTA for machine communication in IoT:

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