What is IOTA?
IOTA (MIOTA) is a distributed ledger technology that has been established for use with the Internet of Things (IoT). It requires no miners to process transactions, and has no transaction fees. Unlike blockchain architecture, IOTA has no separation between users and validators; instead validation is an intrinsic property of using the ledger avoiding centralization. To learn more about the technology behind IOTA, read our cryptocurrency guides today.
Following the recent developments shutting down the IOTA network, there is a lot of focus on the Coordicide update. Some… read more
The year 2020 has not been all that beneficial to Iota by any means. Following the Trinity incident, it now… read more
Today will prove to be a very interesting day for all IOTA supporters. After multiple weeks of downtime, value transactions… read more
IOTA has had things pretty rough lately with the network shut down for 15 days now. According to Crypto Bobby,… read more
The IOTA network remains in an awkward state after the recent security incident. Despite seemingly finding the flaw, the network… read more
The IOTA team has halted the coordinator and are currently investigating reports of a possible vulnerability in its Trinity wallet.… read more
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