Welcome Andreas C. Osowski to IOTA IOTA
Andreas C. Osowski is a developer who?s passion are the small computational devices that are almost omnipresent in our everyday life. His main interest lies in making information technology tangible and he has written code for the full range of small embedded devices to large-scale multi server applications. Andreas has a mathematical background and approaches problems with a very analytical mindset, weary to not overengineer problems and always keeps performance in mind. He first stumbled upon Bitcoin back in 2010 and has been a passive watcher of the cryptocurrency scene ever since. He has been following IOTA since but recently, when he set out to discover existing solutions and protocols for M2M communication that also take into account future mesh networks???or build one himself if none existed. This share was found by us on January 06, 2019 11:12 PM. Visit blog.iota.org for complete listings from this source.
Global Trade & Supply Chains | IOTA IOTA Logo
DLTs can accelerate the integration of global trade to the benefit of consumers, producers, transporters, retails and public institutions. We don?t know where our goods are, who processed them, when or why something went wrong, or what is real or fraudulent. Co-founder Dominik Schiener talks about supply chains at the 2018 Bosch CONNECTED WORLD Global supply chains are incredibly complex, involving multiple actors from around the globe. Just consider the process from sand to the smart screen made of this sand, that retails on a corner shop in Bogota as an integrated part of a smart phone packed with numerous components sourced, produced and integrated though a global process. However, it is not the complexity of the supply chain itself but often the lack of management, transparency and monitoring that causes the most significant mishaps in global trade. This data was first found by us on January 06, 2019 11:12 PM. Visit www.iota.org to find more similar content.
Welcome Holger Kther to the IOTA Foundation IOTA
Holger Köther is a global Senior Director, Program Manager and IT enthusiast, who has worked over the last 17 years at the multinational corporate IT organizations Siemens and Atos. Since childhood, he always has had a keen interest in hardware, software and programming. Developing his IT skills and knowledge through autodidact learning, Holger became more and more thrilled by the countless possibilities which new technology could offer???and the disruptive change it would bring with it. After starting in IT consulting and project management, Holger?s responsibilities greatly increased over the years providing him with the experience of working in high pressure environments for several of Atos leading Managers and Executives. This share was found by us on January 06, 2019 11:12 PM. Visit blog.iota.org for complete listings from this source.
What prevents 2 people from generating same seed - Beginners - IOTA Forum
Well, I guess it's pure math here with a very, very, very small chance of getting two identical 81 strings composed of "random" characters...but what would it happen in that scenario? How can I be sure that noone's gonna log onto my wallet by pure "luck"? There are 27^81 different seeds. Hiding your IOTA in one of these seeds is like hiding your IOTA in an electron in the universe. If you are worried about your investment, practice some diversification. Investing in IOTA is already a good start, but use multiple seeds. (insert obligatory H2G2 "space is big" quote here) Generate the seed with a good random-generator, and make sure that it contains only valid chars, and all 81 of them. If you use a 'seed' like "TESTING" e.g. you can be pretty sure that you open an already existing 'wallet'. Just try it out... You might even find a few IOTA's on that seed... This piece was first seen by us on January 06, 2019 11:12 PM. See forum.iota.org for additional posts.
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Completely lost: how to buy IOTA on Bitfinex - Beginners - IOTA Forum
Hi all, so I have a (probably) very big noob question: I've been going in circles on the internet trying to figure out how to buy (M)IOTA. I know I have to use Bitfinex to trade and need a wallet to store purchased coins if I don't want to store them in Bitfinex. But what I really cannot figure out until now is a straightforward way to buy (M)IOTA directly with USD (or even EUR if possible at all)? So to be clear I don't want to use Bitcoins. I don't have any crypto coins so really I only want to use USD or EUR. Hope someone can point me in the right direction. Much obliged. You might have to go to coinspot.com.au which is an Australian exchange. It's very small but they take US customers. This post was discovered by us on January 06, 2019 11:11 PM. Visit forum.iota.org to find more similar content.
IOTA vs RaiBlocks - Technical Discussions - IOTA Forum
Can we have a web wallet for iota? I asked a questions for which usually i find an answer myself. After i read this article i found out as follows comparing Raiblock with IOTA https://hackernoon.com/iota-vs-raiblocks-413679bb4c3e IOTA has a ?Cooridinator? which is temporarly placed to secure the network untill it is scaled up eough RaiBlocks has a ?representative system? which will be there forever and it is basically an address with a lot of money. The expetise says: The only area where I see a slight issue is in that of their representative system. This is a potential attack vector IOTA has a unique feature Off-chain Transactions RaiBlocks The sender must be online to make a transaktion This share was retrieved by us on January 06, 2019 11:11 PM. Check out forum.iota.org for more from this source.
Welcome Julie Maupin to IOTA IOTA
Julie A. Maupin began her career in the non-profit sector in the mid-1990s. Working in relief and development in Biha?, Bosnia taught her that human rights and individual economic empowerment are inextricably linked. This discovery later led her to study both law and economics and think deeply about the interconnections between the two. Raised in rural Colorado by a paramedic and a plastic-injection-molding-machinist-turned-programmer, Julie always had a natural affinity for technology. She joined Monster.com as a human capital consultant in the early 2000s and helped pioneer the use of internet-based talent acquisition methods by Fortune 500 companies in Seattle. After riding out the dot.com boom (and then bust) and growing her revenue portfolio to over $5 million in just a year and a half, Julie headed to Yale, where she obtained graduate degrees in law and economics. This entry was obtained by us on January 06, 2019 11:11 PM. Check out blog.iota.org for more from this source.
Price predictions - IOTA - General - IOTA Forum
Hey guys, im new to the forum. Just wanted the opnion on price predictions for IOTA over the next 3 years. Im going to invest around 4k over the next year in segments as i believe in the coins potential. Who doesnt want zero transaction fees and quick transfers? This coin is amazing. I really can't come with any predictions as I'm an amateur. But I do to believe this technology has the potential to become integrated in the real world more than Bitcoin is today. I am also like yourself wanting to Invest over the next few Years. I Hope Someone can come with an Expert opinion, about Where IOTA will be in the future. This publication was discovered by us on January 06, 2019 11:11 PM. Visit forum.iota.org for additional posts.
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IOTA supply sufficient - General - IOTA Forum
I found out about IOTA recently and as a developer I can think of many use cases. Not only transferring value between addresses, it will also allow machines to communicate with each other in a secure and reliable way. I can imagine IOTA being an important tool for human to machine interaction as well. But there is one thing I do not understand: How is it possible to build an entire economy based on IOTA when the total supply is "only" 2,779,530,283,277,761 single units? This question was raised before in this forum and elsewhere, but I could not find a really reasonable answer. 20 billion IOT devices in 2020: average 138,977 IOTA/device (0.139 Mi/device)  200 billion IOT devices in 202x: average 13,898 IOTA/device (0.0139 Mi/device) This piece was first found by us on January 06, 2019 11:11 PM. Browse forum.iota.org for complete listings from this source.
Welcome Gideon Samid to the IOTA Foundation IOTA
Prof. Gideon Samid, PhD, PE, who obtained his degrees at the Technion???Israel Institute of Technology where he learned his craft serving the state of Israel, working at the Pentagon, Exxon, NASA, Sac, Presearch etc., is a scientist and an engineer committed to render technology useful and helpful for society at large, all the while mindful of the lurking abuse avenues to be monitored. Believing that innovation is the modern ?religion?, Gideon developed the Universal Theory of Innovation, and applied it to developing mathematical and networking products (e.g. digital money) that serve as a rational foundation for collaboration even among mutually apprehensive partners. Gideon designed BiPSA???knowledge representation that recognizes uncertainty over aggregate binary data; and is a follower of Von Neumann in various applications of randomness as a reference point for quantification of knowledge, protection of privacy, and as the foundation for the new era of cryptography. He feels strongly that randomness is the veil behind which lies the unknown, and hence our interest. Gideon is currently with the department of electrical engineering and computer science at Case Western Reserve University, and is the CTO for BitMint. This entry was discovered by us on January 06, 2019 11:11 PM. Have a look at blog.iota.org for more similar content.
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Claims and Reclaims: Finalization IOTA
During an attack on the IOTA network in October, some funds were found to be at risk of theft, due to users re-using their private keys. The IOTA team took the decision to protect IOTA token holders by taking those funds which were at risk into temporary custody through a snapshot. Once the attack was stopped, the team worked on setting up a process for reclaiming the funds, and sending them back to the rightful owners. This process of receiving and validating the claims has been understandably complicated and sensitive???especially when taking into account the immutability of the IOTA distributed ledger. This effort has required the full attention of the entire core and legal teams of IOTA over the last few weeks. We are pleased to announce that we have finally come to the final step: sending out the reclaimed funds. This article was found by us on January 06, 2019 11:10 PM. Check out blog.iota.org to find more similar content.
Bitfinex and invalid IOTA wallet address - why - Technical Discussions - IOTA Forum
Tangle Visualizer tangle.glumb.de - Projects - IOTA Forum
I made the tangle visualizer http://tangle.glumb.de. Just wanted to start this thread for feature requests and improvement suggestions It looks great! Would you know why there seem to be so many ?free floating? transactions? Thanks! Free floating tx attach to an older part of the tangle which, for performance reasons, is not displayed anymore. I am missing some explanation what?s going on when the vizualisation starts from a little centered point in then gets bigger and bigger, so what does it mean what is happening there exactly? This is caused by the layouting algorithm placing the transactions (node of the graph) on the canvas. They start all in one spot. Every tx has a negative gravity assigned and thus repels the other nodes until the graph is untagled. This article was first found by us on January 06, 2019 11:10 PM. Have a look at forum.iota.org for more.
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IOTA is the first distributed ledger architecture that has no transaction fees and is? This share was obtained by us on January 06, 2019 11:10 PM. Check out blog.iota.org for additional posts.
IOTA Ecosystem Project - Chiota
The goal is to create a quantum secure chat app, in which you are the owner of your own data and nobody else! Chiota is an open source IOTA Xamarin chat app. It uses the NTRU Encryption for sending secure messages. The goal is not only to create a quantum secure chat app but also to help others creating Xamarin based IOTA apps. Furthermore, the app should help to establish and test a quantum secure key exchange for IOTA as well as solutions for storing data during snapshots and other IOTA and MAM related issues. We welcome any kind of help or contribution! IOT? Foundation c/o Nextland Strassburgerstraße 55 10405 Berlin Germany This item was retrieved by us on January 06, 2019 11:09 PM. Check out ecosystem.iota.org for complete listings from this source.
GUI Wallet: Phase Two of the Reclaim process IOTA
Two weeks ago we released an update to our GUI wallet so that users could begin with the reclaim process. The reclaim process was necessary for all users whose tokens were moved to an IOTA Foundation owned address as part of precautionary measures. Today, we are releasing a new wallet containing the functionality for the second phase of reclaim process. As part of this process, you?ll publish a PGP encrypted message containing your old seed to the tangle which we?ll then use to verify & send you your tokens. If your tokens were moved to the IF as part of one of the following events, you are eligible for recovery: This information was retrieved by us on January 06, 2019 11:09 PM. Visit blog.iota.org for more from this source.
Paper wallet generator for IOTA - Projects - IOTA Forum
I decided to make a paper wallet generator for IOTA! https://arancauchi.github.io/IOTA-Paper-Wallet/ The website can run fully offline, and has only two dependencies to the qrious QR code generator library and the official iota js lib. The site takes a seed, generates a qr code, and creates a nice printable paper wallet. All code is inspectable on the site, and I recommend anyone for peace of mind to go through it, and check that your seed is safe (good practice when you are trusting external sites with your keys) The site does not connect to any IOTA node, and as such is a fully offline solution. If you have any recommendations for features or fixes, let me know This publication was retrieved by us on January 06, 2019 11:09 PM. Browse forum.iota.org for more.
Request error (Attach to tangle) - Technical Discussions - IOTA Forum
Sorry guys. Got a Problem. When I?m going to attach my wallet to tangle, i get an error. Where is the mistake? Can anyone help? Hey Reza. What error do you get? Could you post a screenshot? I think we?re going to need more information in order to diagnose the issue. This happened to me a few days ago. I assuming you are using a light node - at least I was. I changed the full node I was connected to (I don?t remember which one was that gave the error), and re-attaching worked fine. So - try another full node (or another couple) and see how that goes. Hi guys, I also have the same problem, I can not connect with my portfolio, would they tell me which node to change? thank you very much This item was obtained by us on January 06, 2019 11:09 PM. Browse forum.iota.org for more from this source.
Welcome Navin Ramachandran to the IOTA Foundation IOTA
Dr. Navin Ramachandran MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCP FRCR is a practising radiology consultant at University College London Hospital (UCLH), an honorary senior lecturer / healthcare data researcher at University College London Centre for Health Informatics & Multiprofessional Education (UCL CHIME), and a co-founder of OpenCancer and the Platform for Enhanced Analytics and Computational Healthcare (PEACH). His main interests are in digital design, data modelling, interoperability, analytics, identity and consent management. On joining the IOTA Foundation: We are happy to have yet another brilliant mind join the IOTA Foundation. Healthcare is one of the areas where Internet-of-Things will play a key role and we look forward to working with him on bringing IOTA to this arena in the new year! This item was found by us on January 06, 2019 11:09 PM. Check out blog.iota.org for more from this source.
Dominik Schiener IOTA
IRI 1.5.2 will include a couple of important bug fixes that will alleviate the long confirmation time and node responsiveness issues we have seen in recent weeks on mainnet. We?re happy to be able to announce that after getting Joachim Taiber as advisor to the IOTA Foundation, that we?ve? During an attack on the IOTA network in October, some funds were found to be at risk of theft, due to users re-using their private keys. The IOTA team took the decision to protect IOTA token holders by taking those funds which? Two weeks ago we released an update to our GUI wallet so that users could begin with the reclaim process. The reclaim process was necessary for all users whose tokens were moved to an IOTA Foundation owned address as part of precautionary measures. This posting was discovered by us on January 06, 2019 11:09 PM. Check out blog.iota.org for more.
Welcome John Edge to IOTA IOTA
John Edge started his career in Capital Markets in the late 90?s with a focus on algorithmic trading, launching Europe?s first direct market access trading business. These new automated trading applications were made possible by the earlier launch of the open sourced protocol FIX. Recognizing a market transformation was just beginning John developed an expertise in the design, build and launch of algorithmic trading businesses and went on to launch new lines of business at UBS, Lehman Brothers and J.P. Morgan. In 2008, following the financial crisis, John cofounded Redkite, a technology company that anticipated the increase in budget and demand for RegTech solutions in financial markets. Redkite solved the problem of supervising electronic trading systems for financial crime and regulatory abuse events. By 2008 over 90% of listed securities trading were electronic, creating data flows that were both high in volume and frequency, rendering most trade surveillance systems unfit for purpose. By launching world?s first enterprise real-time trade surveillance system for capital markets Redkite captured a market segment and led to the acquisition of Redkite by NICE Systems in 2012. This entry was first found by us on January 06, 2019 11:08 PM. See blog.iota.org for more similar content.
IOTA Ecosystem Project - Fognet
A peer-to-peer router and design system enabling decentralized internet access. Powered by the IOTA cryptocurrency. Instead of relying on Internet Service Providers, data on the Fognet is transferred directly from peer-to-peer. Fognet distributes the costs of running a network among all participants ? incentivizing people to participate and increasing availability for all. The Fognet router works together with phones and laptops in the area to distribute data with little or no internet access. When a primary node has access to the internet, it can share its connection with others. With no internet connection, devices can share cached and local data. This item was discovered by us on January 06, 2019 11:08 PM. Have a look at ecosystem.iota.org for more from this source.
Slack Channel Directory - General - IOTA Forum
A lot of discussion is going on in the IOTA Slack account. If you are interested in following the latest developments of the community, technology and/or its applications, I recommend you join the IOTA Slack: https://slack.iota.org/ Here's a directory of the Slack channels that I know about: There are many other channels in Slack; these are just the ones I know about. If there are others that I should include here, post a reply in this thread to let me know! You can also post your address (not seed) in #donations to get a few IOTAs and verify your wallet is working. You will usually receive between 1 and 100 IOTAs with a current market value of $0.00 so it's really just for testing purposes This publication was obtained by us on January 06, 2019 11:08 PM. See forum.iota.org for more from this source.
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