Bringing diversity to the tech industry – IOTA’s diversity initiative

Bringing diversity to the tech industry – IOTA’s diversity initiative

12:57 - 08/03/2021

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We, at the IOTA Foundation, are constantly working to make our workplace, our technology solutions, and our community more inclusive. Our values and our goals to sustainability and inclusivity unite us, striving in an effort to help create a better world, which includes constantly improving our own organisation.

Today, we're

Welcome Siddhant Ghongadi to the IOTA Foundation

Welcome Siddhant Ghongadi to the IOTA Foundation

10:42 - 05/03/2021

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Siddhant Ghongadi joins the Market Adoption team as Project Manager. In this role he will focus on assisting partners in their journey of applying DLT to their business model.

Siddhant lives in Heidelberg, BW Germany and has been in the management and technology sector for over three years. He has

IOTA Research Status Update
March 2021

IOTA Research Status Update March 2021

16:57 - 04/03/2021

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This month, we've seen new releases of our Pollen Testnet, as well as continued progress on verification of our core protocol as we ramp up for the release of Nectar.

With the “Nectar” stage of our Coordicide implementation ahead of us, our team is currently wrapping up the last few

IOTA Smart Contracts Protocol Alpha Release

IOTA Smart Contracts Protocol Alpha Release

12:56 - 04/03/2021

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The release of the IOTA Smart Contracts Protocol (ISCP) Alpha marks a significant milestone in the development of the ISCP. The scale and nature of improvements over the previous “pre-alpha” version are significant and we now feel confident with the current state to release the “Alpha version”.

The fundamental and

The new IOTA Client Libraries: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

The new IOTA Client Libraries: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

16:49 - 03/03/2021

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Over the years a lot of developers in our ecosystem have been using our client libraries to integrate IOTA into their applications. Available in many different programming languages, both officially supported and community driven projects made it possible to utilize the IOTA tangle in many projects: From IoT devices using

Welcome Piotr Macek to the IOTA Foundation

Welcome Piotr Macek to the IOTA Foundation

10:49 - 02/03/2021

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Piotr Macek joins the IOTA research team as research engineer. In this role Piotr will focus on contributing to the GoShimmer project and related research.

Piotr lives in Wrocław, Poland and has a master's degree in data science from Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. He has 6 years of

IOTA and Horizen Partner to Expand IOTA Oracles To New Blockchains

IOTA and Horizen Partner to Expand IOTA Oracles To New Blockchains

14:59 - 01/03/2021

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Creating opportunities for interoperability between distributed networks has always been a key goal for the IOTA Foundation. Up until now, we have focused much of our attention on building the protocol and defining the specifications for Chrysalis and Coordicide (IOTA 2.0). Due to our new architecture, we can now

Welcome Daria Dziubałtowska to the IOTA Foundation

Welcome Daria Dziubałtowska to the IOTA Foundation

14:00 - 25/02/2021

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Daria Dziubałtowska joins the IOTA research team as a research engineer. In this role Daria will focus on GoShimmer and the testnet implementation.

Daria lives in Wroclaw, Poland. She holds a degree in Applied Mathematics from Wrocław University of Science and Technology. She engaged with IOTA on the Coordicide Grant

Welcome William Sanders to the IOTA Executive Team

Welcome William Sanders to the IOTA Executive Team

10:47 - 23/02/2021

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We are delighted to welcome William Sanders as Director of Research for the IOTA Foundation. William, who often goes by Billy, joined IOTA in November 2018 as a research scientist. Since he joined, he has been instrumental in developing our Coordicide solution, and he has also been involved with virtually

The IOTA Data Marketplace: a technical introduction

The IOTA Data Marketplace: a technical introduction

15:05 - 19/02/2021

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Part 4: Cloud Backend Configuration

https://data.iota.org

In the previous article in this series, we talked about publishing sensor data. Today we will learn how to setup and configure a cloud backend to store settings and encryption keys, and also to manage login and purchase information.

To run

The IOTA Data Marketplace: a technical introduction

The IOTA Data Marketplace: a technical introduction

14:43 - 19/02/2021

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Part 2: Sensor Onboarding

https://data.iota.org

This is the first in a series of technical level posts, aimed at those who want to understand more about how Data Marketplace works under the hood. In this article I introduce the Sensor Onboarding, explain how to configure it properly, and

Welcome Karolis Petrauskas to the IOTA Foundation

Welcome Karolis Petrauskas to the IOTA Foundation

11:11 - 19/02/2021

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Karolis Petrauskas joins the IOTA engineering team as a senior software engineer, within the smart contracts team. In this role Karolis will focus on the consensus and other distributed algorithms for the IOTA smart contracts protocol.

Karolis Petrauskas lives in Vilnius, Lithuania and has been in the technology sector for

Tokenization on the Tangle with IOTA Digital Assets

Tokenization on the Tangle with IOTA Digital Assets

15:41 - 18/02/2021

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The IOTA team has made significant progress in the past few weeks to get Chrysalis onto the mainnet in March. The biggest network upgrade in our history is not only a march towards production-readiness, but also an enabler of exciting new use-cases, partners, and products that have not been possible

Welcome Antoni Dikov to the IOTA Foundation

Welcome Antoni Dikov to the IOTA Foundation

12:10 - 17/02/2021

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Antoni Dikov joins the IOTA Engineering team as a Rust Software Engineer. In this role Antoni will focus on building up our client libraries. Antoni Dikov lives in Sofia, Bulgaria and has been in the technology sector for over seven years. He has worked in different industries starting his early

Together IOTA and Dell Technologies Demonstrate Project Alvarium

Together IOTA and Dell Technologies Demonstrate Project Alvarium

14:00 - 11/02/2021

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Project Alvarium creates the first Data Confidence Fabric capable of measuring data trust.

(BERLIN, GERMANY -- February 9, 2021) IOTA Foundation, a non-profit focused on distributed ledger technology and the machine economy, and Dell Technologies introduce a world-first demonstration that measures the trustworthiness of data. Modern industries often rely on

Welcome Alexander Coats to the IOTA Foundation

Welcome Alexander Coats to the IOTA Foundation

16:29 - 10/02/2021

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Alex is joining IOTA as Software Engineer of the Chronicle team. In this role, Alex will bring a new perspective to the team as a hobbyist Rust developer and enthusiast.

Alex lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA and has been a full stack developer for five years. Since discovering Rust,

Welcome Sebastian Heußer to the IOTA Foundation

Welcome Sebastian Heußer to the IOTA Foundation

17:23 - 09/02/2021

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Sebastian is joining the IOTA Foundation as a Technical Writer. In his role, he will focus on the developer documentation portal.

Sebastian lives in the south of Germany. He worked as a Software Developer in the past. With his skill set, he has supported several community projects in the IOTA

Introducing IOTA Oracles

Introducing IOTA Oracles

20:53 - 08/02/2021

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Oracles are an exciting frontier in the world of distributed ledger technology. They are designed to securely bridge between the digital and the physical world in a decentralized, permissionless way. As IOTA expands, it’s important that the proper tooling is available to support organizations and engineers looking to bring

What is the IOTA?

If the Aether is turned towards smart contracts, the IOTA (or MIOTA) is linked to connected objects, to the Internet of Things, which some people call “fourth”. industrial Revolution”.

Created in 2015 by David Sonstebo, Sergey Ivancheglo, Dominik Schiener and Dr. Serguei Popov. IOTA is based on a technology that allows free and instant transactions between machines in the Internet of Things environment.

Unlike Bitcoin and most cryptocurrency, IOTA units already exist (2.779.530.283 in total), and the motto is not based on the mining system (creation of units via computers, note).

IOTA also differs from other cryptocurrencies in that it does not rely on the blockchain technology mentioned above. It is based on Tangle technology, fully decentralized, which allows transactions at no cost, secure, and instant.

The applications are numerous. The IOTA allowing micro-transactions since there are no fees, many companies, including small businesses, merchants could be interested. The Tangle technology on which the IOTA is based can also be used to transfer data, can be applied to set up electronic votes, or even serve as a basis for encrypted e-mail.

IOTA could also be set up in the area of ​​the shared economy. We can imagine Paris Vélib ‘working with this technology, but all kinds of connected objects could be shared.

The IOTA has experienced a recent craze its course passing in less than a week of a few cents to more than 3 dollars per unit. This interest is explained by the announcement of a partnership with major companies such as Microsoft, Samsung, Cisco or Volkswagen.