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Five Bullet-points of #IOTA Qubic and its insane implications and consequences interpreted.

Five Bullet-points of #IOTA Qubic and its insane implications and consequences interpreted.

As promised by the foundation, yesterday was the day the world received access to Qubic details and specifications.
Though, they didn’t promise that everyone would be able to understand the scope of Qubic right from the beginning. Considering how many people reacted negatively just a few minutes after the announcement, I’m convinced the majority of investors in the crypto-sphere need time to digest this revolutionary undertaking.
If you needed 2 weeks to fully understand what IOTA means for the world, you probably need another 3 weeks to fully grasp what Q can be on top of all of this.

Qubic is massive, the essence of disruptive and able to force industries to adjust to the needs of IOTA because it’s in their best interest.
Therefore, I don’t expect it to be ready before 2019 considering that Qubic probably inherits the functionalities of several other crypto-projects combined, while it’s running as a layer on IOTA.
The comparison to other crypto-projects, the due diligence and speculative consequences are solely up to the reader, so please don’t take my interpretation as investment advice.

Anyway, the most important innovations which will change the technological landscape forever were almost hidden among the rest of the explanations. And as revolutionary as they are they have absolutely nothing in common with the every day crypto terms. The mentioned specifics lay in the field of electrical engineering and semiconductor-technology, we come to that in point 1.
Luckily, I already found some great “overall explanations” about Qubic and of course, it makes no sense to write another one.
You can find a very good one here: What is Q? by James JD Sutton
At this point, with 10 minutes of your time, you should be able to understand it more or less.
Since I personally prefer complicated information in a context I already know and understand, I wrote this list of 5 bullet points and what this innovation means in detail.
Please keep in mind that the following list is my personal interpretation, no citeable information. Also, these are just the points I find most important about Qubic, but there are certainly more functions.

However, if I’m right, IOTA, the Foundation and Qubic will eventually change the industrial landscape forever.

  1. Efficiency, Moore’s law, CFB’s law

    The IOTA Qubic team created a programming language in order to implement Qubic everywhere in the world: Abra.
    “Abra is trinary-based because trinary systems can provide significant energy savings, a crucial consideration for IoT devices. One trinary digit, a trit, can represent 1.58 bits. The amount of wiring necessary for a trinary system can, therefore, be reduced to about 64% of an equivalent binary system, resulting in a corresponding energy reduction.” source: https://qubic.iota.org

    It finally makes sense that IOTA is building JINN ternary processors. Come-from-Beyond managed to find a way to use binary NAND gates with trinary logic. This is certainly not the every day crypto-news and you should pin this onto your wall. As an approved electrician who studied both, electronics and geography, I can tell you that even 10% energy reduction would be a revolution for the industry. But we are talking about a gigantic, unimaginable number of 36%. If you had doubts that IOTA could run in the IoT, this is the number one reason you should be happy instead.
    Of course, it remains to be seen if they can deliver but I’m convinced they can.
    To draw my personal conclusion:
    If Come-from-Beyond and the engineers of the IOTA Foundation manage to reduce the energy reduction of logical gates and wiring of 36%, they presumably bring the industry into the next evolutionary step in hindsight of Moore’s Law.
    One of the biggest problems in the semiconductor industry is to reduce the energy consumption. Transistors can be designed smaller and more efficient the less energy they consume. Then more transistors (which usually means more calculations) can be built in one CPU. This development used to follow Moore’s law, until recently.
    CFB changed this law. This means less wiring, less electricity, less heat, less power, but the same output because of Abra, the trinary logic and JINN. Moore’s Law would no longer be the relevant indicator for transistor-progress.

  2. The incentive to support IOTA, meaningful mining

    “There is no incentive to set up a full node in IOTA, spamming is even more senseless!”
    Although this is wrong anyway, with Qubic, these times are certainly over.

    What would be the best way to create a high hash rate in the Tangle?

    -To win over the miners? Nope. Some crypto miners, for example, are not exactly the party that likes to support IOTA. Even with better incentives, the ideology would make it almost impossible, in too many cases I assume.
    What if Abra, trinary logic and JINN create a landscape where all devices in the IoT are used for increasing the hashrate, in times when they are not used.
    I have 6 devices in my house that could be used for low level “mining” (ie validating transactions with pow – there is no mining in IOTA). If software would sell just 10% of the computational power of my six devices (which would be 36% more efficient then today) then I could constantly earn money with low efforts -and secure the tangle.
    Since we are in the era of electrical self-sufficiency, the power for that would be collected on my roof. No running costs would be generated. On the contrary!
    Of course, the more the merrier, meaning that I expect many people switching over to IOTA as the traditional mining misses one important incentive: meaning.

    Mining these days is nothing else than a trade of electricity for money. In the future, this incentive should be regulated as it implies the possibility to waste energy we shouldn’t waste, coal power for example.
    With IOTA and distributed computational power, however, people can set up Qubics and rewards.
    Example: I need to correlate two big data frames for a science project which would take four days with my laptop: I set up a reward of x IOTA and let miners solve the task if the quorum is reached.
    The network gains hashrate, I receive the results and the miners are paid x IOTA. Everything is done via smart contracts, Qubics and external computational power. A meaningful task.
    This is way ahead of all incentives we have in the crypto-sphere so far.
    Additionally: these incentives can also be bound to other services than mining. Full-nodes, public light-node provision, bandwidth, hard-disk storage, RAM, performing automated snapshots, etc.
    As a result, the network achieves true distribution and decentralization.

  3. The road to true distribution and decentralization

    In a network, where countless tasks are assigned, executed, transactions are conducted, validated on millions on computers and almost all industries, the network activity will grow to a four digits number of TPS and higher right after the release of Qubic.
    IOTA has the data marketplace, important features for data integrity, a great incentive to provide computational power and a market that demands solutions.
    An open source network that offers all solutions and costs nothing to shift value or data is the one perfect layer the industry is waiting for.
    Since the industry needs software solutions that IOTA is offering, it’s just a matter of time that it begins to rely on it. Presumably, this results in more transactions per second and ultimately a distributed system that is tamper-proof without the coordinator.
    Qubic is the missing piece of the puzzle to get rid of the coordinator. As mentioned in point 1, Qubic, Abra and the improvements will be so efficient that all problems that have been articulated by critics are suddenly gone.
    The IoT will be feasible, IOTA will be secure, distributed, 100% permissionless and tamper-proof.

  4. Interconnectedness of markets

    We know that different connectivities are a problem when industries need to send information between different devices such as apple and android. Therefore data and connection standards have been created in order to resolve these barriers.
    But in the IoT are also other barriers. Markets, currencies, assets.
    The financial world is not a homogenous field where trading assets and the connections in between are easily drawn.
    This can become a problem because some assets are important and affect almost every industry, but while the effects on the company and price are clear, the options to react accordingly are not, which means that companies could suffer before they could react.
    Qubic connects all world-markets with the Tangle. This way they create a landscape where trading, markets, services and prices become a global liquid construct that knows no boundaries in terms of functionalities.
    Example: Your company depends on lumber and oil prices. With Qubic, you can set up a smart contract, that is bound to external prices (via Oracles) in order to adjust the prices of your services which are changed automatically, depending on how expensive your expenses are (for lumber and oil).
    In the end, the company can ensure that always the best prices for services and goods are offered. They can calculate more efficiently and most importantly, everything works automatically.
    This mechanism can be brought into every industry, it can change expensive processes, reduce bureaucracy, improve efficiency and disrupt industries to a point where we can speak of an additional industrial revolution.

  5. Sharing economy powered by electrical and monetary self-sufficiency

    Let’s try to draw a picture of how we live in the future 25 years from now. I tried that with my series “Life in the future” part 1 (local economy) and part 2 (mobility)
    Now, especially in these cases, I emphasize on the ability to gain self-sufficiency in terms of finances and electricity, food, water.
    In a society where sustainable resources are used, independence and quality of life can be improved vastly.
    Qubic based systems can improve my idea of the life in the future even further because as part of the sharing economy, people can, next to producing electricity, produce clean water, offer mobility services, 3d printing services, and most importantly finance their life entirely.
    Everything they need for that could be powered by IOTA. For free.
    Sending microtransactions, secure data, sell electricity, sell comp. power, attach your service-prices to external sources, monitor crops, buildings and systems with sensors, sell the sensor data and raise the productivity.
    The future is efficient, autonomous and self-sufficient. Qubic seems to be the missing piece of the puzzle.
    I’m looking forward to seeing it in action.

 

 

 

 

Life in the future cap. 2: Mobility

Life in the future cap. 2: Mobility

My series started with the intention to improve the imagination we might have for technologies that will be a part of our lives in the future.
The first part started with an introduction followed by my ideas how the local economy could function in 18 years. A vast change in the economy as a whole and a vast change for the majority of people.
The following part will be centred around the mobility and how it will be a fundamental change in our lives in that sense, that we mustn’t take care of security, traffic jams, time management, maintenance of our car, theft, and manipulation of the odometer anymore.
But another part is that cars will become modular and thus:  create jobs and a new level of security and service.
This part and the possibilities of a highly advanced mobility sector are so exciting that my imagination knows no end.
As we are all aware of the consequences of fossil fuel-based engines, my thoughts are based on the assumption that 99.99% of all cars in 2036 are running on electricity only. At least in the advanced regions of the world.

A new efficiency

There will be many manufacturers that will create modular parts of vehicles. Depending on how you want to use your car, you can buy different modules from many different manufacturers. The modules are designed so that they always fit together as part of a bigger system. Every car has an engine and batteries part, a storage and utility part, and a passenger and function part. In the future, cars are wrapped in a skin of photovoltaic panels. Whenever it’s exposed to the sun, it’s generating electricity. The electricity that can be used to charge the battery or that can be sold and shared into the grid. The mobility sector could be able to disrupt common solar collector manufacturer, while they are standing in the sun, next to your house. Efficiency is one of the major improvements for the fourth industrial revolutions. I’m therefore convinced that car manufacturers will disrupt the solar collector industry at least partly if they decide to integrate the production of photovoltaic-technologies to their facilities.
The majority of cars will be autonomous. Even the law will adapt to that because statistically spoken, there is no advantage in controlling vehicles with a human. The interaction of algorithms and AI between sensors, the engine, brakes, and the necessary security mechanisms are far superior to humans.

The degree of efficiency of the photovoltaic capabilities of a car will determine if cars of the future need to be charged with charging stations at all. Some vehicles will still need a charging-station infrastructure as they have to be functional even at night, but many cars, especially small cargo vehicles can be run on solar energy generated “on the run” entirely. Solar panels today have between 15 and 21% efficiency, that means only a fraction of the available energy is actually transformed into electrical usable power. Think about what happens when the efficiency is increased up to 75% or even more. Cars would be able to generate enormous amounts of power, which they could then use for their engines, services or even to sell the generated energy after they have been parked somewhere. But a necessity for that will be also a better battery technology.

That means that if they still need recharging, it will be automatic, but to me, it looks like the technology could advance to a point where recharging becomes a rare event.
Since cars are likely to become truly autonomous, I expect them to take care of almost everything. That includes cleaning, maintenance, upgrades, annual tech check, sensor-check etc.
I doubt that in 2036, owners of autonomous cars will ever see a garage again as the cars will automatically drive to them once a problem comes up.
These ideas of a better efficiency are the true revolution of the internet of things and the fourth industrial revolution.
Less consumption, a modular, multi-purpose approach and an improved security due to autonomous decentralized systems.

Decentralized Software and Fog computing

Decentralized apps (dapps), that are running on top of a distributed ledger, can be integrated into the cars. In 2036 the computational power available in vehicles will be big enough to calculate a solution to every issue in real-time.
There won’t be a single point of failure anymore since the software is running on millions of computers which are inside of vehicles, that are connected via several different types of connectivities to the IoT.
GPS, WLAN, Lora-Wan, Bluetooth, Radio, 5G, 6G, cameras and LiDaR for real-time 3D tracking of obstacles and other vehicles will make the car the perfect sensor drone which will generate and calculate data simultaneously.

This information will fuel other decentralized apps, that will follow certain algorithms in order to interact with systems at intersections or important areas within the infrastructure. Traffic-jams won’t be a problem anymore. Machine learning algorithms can be fed with the behaviour of ants in order to tell the system how to prevent traffic-jam waves before they are happening. A machine learning network could be applied to several other systems as well, not only traffic congestion preventions.
Some systems could calculate the risk of aquaplaning in dangerous conditions when it’s raining. Driving behaviour can be adjusted if schools are in the near area or animals have rutting season. The security adjustments are a real innovation, a normal human couldn’t learn under normal circumstances. At some point, the reaction time is limited due to the latency of information that has to be processed in nerves, the brain, and our muscles.
Machines only have the limitation of the speed of light. Everything else should be possible if edge and fog computation is applied.

Since at least Europe changed the law in favour of their customers, the data that is generated belongs to the citizens, according to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
Especially in the mobility sector, this data will be extremely valuable because services and infrastructures can be adjusted to changing habits, to traffic, to consumption levels or higher demand for certain goods. When the mobility is autonomous and systems are operating in a fog-computing situation, then these systems need to be fed with data in real-time. Data which can be monetized.

Specialization

If we take a closer look at the modules of vehicles, then the possibilities seem to have no end.

A car can become an office, surgery, secure station (panic room), hotel room, delivery service, basic supply of medicine, they can even become little greenhouses that follow the sun automatically or in the future private planes that fly from city to city.
If people are in need of medical assistance the medi-modules can react in just a few minutes.  There can be either a human or a highly advanced automatic unit whose neural network algorithm has been fed with information in order to know which treatment fits best. The medi-module carries a license, the necessary tools and treatments and is always available.
There could be furthermore modules owned and maintained by do-it-yourself stores. Which can be filled with construction materials or tools and machines that can be shared for as long as people need them.
Cooking, cantina modules, a plumber, electricians, computer services or services one would find in a red-light district. The future holds all the possible technologies to enable a new world of service that relies on decentralized and modular systems.
An interesting thought is a modular car with a replaceable battery part. Whilst travelling long distances, the battery part of the modular car could be switched with recharged parts of countless owners along the way. Even a transition between autonomous cars and a trainlike speedway could become a possibility, where long “centipedes of single modules are bound together, that are travelling at high speed on railways for longer distances. Modular parts could attach or de-attach. The passenger does not need to leave his cabin even once, but he’s travelling through dozens of cities, stations and everything could be powered by sustainable energy in a sharing economy.
This way of travelling allows customers to receive exactly what they need to that time. Busy business people can do work and hold meetings, a developer can develop, women or children which are travelling alone are secure and every journey could offer a high level of privacy and comfort. Even decentralized cinemas could become reality.

The ownership of all of those modules could be a source of income.
Owners would let customers rent these modules on the way. They only had to take care of the maintenance, the infrastructure and the regulation. A perfect passive income source or option for businesses to create extra income while supporting a decentralized infrastructure.

Security

One of the biggest horrors on can face on highways or German “Autobahnen” are wrong-way drivers. These occasions are rarely on purpose, and oftentimes because elderly drivers confuse streets. If intelligent systems can be integrated into autonomous driving modules, it would be an easy addition to arm them with a wrong-way driver defence system in order to stop them slowly and to protect incoming drivers with automatically performed evasion manoeuvres that are based on the information other cars are sharing in real-time.
The same protection could be integrated for rear-end collision, especially if sudden weather changes are registered by sensors. Swarm intelligence and AI are perfectly suited to adjust to environmental changes, that would nowadays lead to more accidents.
Similar systems could be used to fight a fire, to protect citizens, and to fight terrorism or criminals.

A decentralised network can send data and value, but beforehand it has to be ensured that the information is tamper-proof and unique.
Only then, customers can sell and produce data which belongs to them.
The security of these autonomous systems is a game-changer.
We need an overall protection of goods, data and integrity of information. The typical odometer fraud will be impossible as the manufacturing of a vehicle will be bound to a unique hash-value that will be secure and saved in the ledger in the near future.

The mobile sector will be a good example of how the economy will adapt to decentralized and autonomous systems and how it will start with the loss of jobs.  Eventually, however, this enables value for the society and new possibilities which can be created with a sharing economy due to modular builds of autonomous vehicles and the creation of infrastructure we will need for that.

I assume that this will take more than 18 years because infrastructural changes take a long time, even if we count in that innovation will be accelerated in the next 10 years.
However, a basic necessity of all of my thoughts is a system that can offer the communication and secure transfer of information and value between all connected devices and vehicles.

Because the most important backend technology is one that combines a high-level layer of security through encryption with anonymous streams of information, tamper-proof authentications, which are filled with biometrics and individual passwords that make it possible to use all kinds of sensitive services.
A system that is able to handle billions of transactions between modules, facilities, customers.
A never-stopping cycle of information, values, authentification and confirmation that boosts our new economy and mobility. IOTA is the first distributed ledger that can work in this highly specialized environment.
No other crypto-project is partition tolerant and simultaneously scalable and free to use.
The possibilities are truly endless.

The next part will cover a sustainable energy-usage.

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Life in the future cap. 1: Local economy

Life in the future cap. 1: Local economy

Detached facts about IOTA are certainly helpful in order to develop a fundamental understanding of the coming paradigm shift, but the real effect of innovation is hard to grasp when we do not see these changes in action.
The following series of five stories aims to promote the understanding that is perhaps indispensable in order to see the bigger picture alongside hype and entertaining price bulimia we see every day in the cryptosphere.
In 2036 I imagine a different world than we know today.
If the focus is set correctly, the vision of the future gives hope for better conditions, which will not only improve the quality of life but will also change the world at the level of socio-economics.
It certainly makes sense at this point to define focal points that we read again and again in the area of IOTA. Focal points of problems that must and can be improved through this innovation.

-A local economy, -the new mobility, -a sustainable energy-usage, -barrier-free transactions of values and also -the hard democracy.

Capital 1. Local economy

Isn’t it ironic that huge furniture stores talk about a cozy appartement, about familiar space and our personal home, but fly in their goods from Kazakhstan, Brazil, and China in order to build a cupboard that looks the same in every shop and country?

Isn’t it counter-intuitive that we talk about sustainability when we buy apples from our own country but warehouses store them in cooled-down environments so that they can be offered against the season of their harvest and thus consume more Co² than when they are shipped in by huge container ships from Argentina?

Isn’t it an ecological tragedy and unnecessary potential for conflict when we transport fossil fuels such as gas and oil over thousands of kilometers, thereby undermining the recipients’ independence and supporting providers in their autocracy?

The future should be smarter than that. And by this one should not only mean the interconnectedness in the Internet of everything, but also the way we deal with it.
The neighborhood of the future will become more autonomous.
Solar collectors and collected rainwater on the roof, direct current energy storage in the basement, efficient insulation and a sharing zone which is shared between neighbors complete a settlement that could be far away from the industry that puts a strain on our environment today.
Within the sharing zone, there is a multi-story greenhouse which, thanks to sensor technology and fog-computing, enables efficient work that grants basic food supply with the aid of subsistence farming. These things are not necessarily free. The incentive to work, earn and buy groceries, also the costs for the products can all be a part of local, distributed micro-economies.
At the heart of the sharing zone is a 3D printer with the size of a garage that can be used to produce furniture, components, and tools of all kind.
Electronic components can also be printed so that the neighborhood can add blueprints at any time to produce the needed things for maintenance or construction.
The 3D printers of the future can be filled with residual waste, plastics and wood waste, so that an endless recycling system allows the re-use of old objects that as a result neither pollute nature nor promote industrial obsolescence.
These technologies combined allow a higher standard of living, which is based on the interconnectedness of the world and shared knowledge. These systems are fail-safe by design due to their decentralized and distributed nature. In the end of the day that would mean a vast improvement of ecological conditions.
The required transfer protocol for tamperproof data or values enables a sharing economy that establishes more than just the basic supply of infrastructure, such as food or goods. And no intermediaries hinder progress by forcing transaction fees or taxes onto the people.

This development does not prevent or prohibit an additional industrial production of innovations and goods but promotes a radically more sustainable approach that induces fundamental improvements of the quality of life on a global level and can also prevent negative impacts on the macro-climate. As borderless innovations, these could solve issues all over the world.
The local economy makes use of simplicity and autonomy so that the reduction of unnecessary infrastructure and material supplies reduces external dependency, which then prevents negative influence that could be caused by surrounding forces or nations.

Of course, there are limits to this autonomy.
Medical supplies, education, spezialized technology won’t be available everywhere, but this is not about going back to feudal structures, rather about optimizing the redundant systems we have today.
Urban citizens and culturally interested people may be drawn into agglomerations so that these neighborhood clusters would have less space on the ground to ensure this kind of economy based on subsistence. Smart and green cities that grow upwards could, therefore, provide the needed space.

Green building concept. Source: T.R.Hamzah et.al

These ideas are not new, but they fail because of simple things like air quality in city centers.

What needs to be done

Regulations and stricter controls can rarely improve these issues, as they are the dirty byproduct of combustion engines which are still used everywhere, for obvious reasons.
One answer to this will be the new mobility, which is integrated into the overall concept of smart cities. No combustion, more autonomous vehicles, less pollution, and an efficient use of transportation.
Subsistence farming means we rely on the surrounding parameters of the environment. Sensors in private ownership can solve two problems there.
First: It solves how we can deploy all these systems and secondly: private ownership ensures that data belongs to the people which can then monetize their efforts.
The use of DLT’s in all of this is one of the major benefits in terms of privacy and the handling and commerce of data.

Next month, May 2018, the European Union sets strict rules about the dealing with data, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
This is a major step into the right direction as companies such as Facebook or Google still use their customers data for their own purposes only.
The GDPR forces companies to an improvement, while it gives the ownership of data back to its creator. Because as we all know, data is the new oil.
We also need to ensure that the biodiversity is positively influenced rather than completely erased where we live, if we want to use real sustainability.
Heavy diesel vehicles and private vehicles are the biggest problems for an improving biodiversity in the green city centers, today.
A well-thought-out public transportation system and additionally a flexible delivery system (with autonomous vehicles and drones) can remedy this situation in the future, at least partially. Heavy transportation will likely still use fossile fuels.

Of course, this should not take away the option of owning one’s own vehicle, but even these should not use combustion engines that pollute the lungs of all inhabitants of a city with nitrogen oxides. And if, then we need to develop technology that vastly reduces the negative impact.
These ideas are not meant to force socialism or communism onto the people, on the contrary. It’s a new system: a zero margin economy as Jeremy Rifkin described.
To sum up, we need the new technology and infrastructure deployed and a general rethinking when it comes to ownership. We need the political metiér to adjust to the new challenges, especially because they usually only think in timeframes of one legislation. And finally, a technological acceptance in society that can connect all of the mentioned solutions.

Luckily, the last 18 years have shown how fast and strong innovations can work. As we are in a time of infrastructural change already, new energy sources are emerging, corporations are restructuring towards e-mobility, and people are actively adapting to their environment. A progress that looks subtle, but changed everything in 18 years. Renewable energy, vegetarism, less consumption and stricter ecological rules for the industry are some mentionable changes that arrived in society.

But is that time-span till 2036 enough to adjust to the new requirements of a smart world, globalisation and the climate change?
18 years ago there was no social media, no smartphones, no 3D printers, no data-clouds, and also no electric vehicles that are able to interact with the surrounding technology.
In 2000, the statistical majority of houses in the western world were supplied with the Internet for the first time. With dial-up modems.
In the year 2000, it was still possible to get lost, there were no map services like Google maps, Google Earth or Openmaps.
No Twitter, no Youtube, no Facebook, no Wi-Fi. Email was the new thing. 18 years are unimaginably long in terms of innovation.
The next 18 years have the advantage that the world is already connected, and the innovations are here. Now, we need to use them in a secure, fast and decentralized way.

In hindsight of all those changes that are about to come, we need to prepare for radical changes in our personal life which are necessary.

But this isn’t just a change we can observe, we are in the center of it.

In the next part, I will discuss the new mobility which embedds into this vision of a smarter way of living.

 

Q revealed! IOTA foundation developed incredible stylish monocles

Q revealed! IOTA foundation developed incredible stylish monocles

Berlin.

The news is spreading.
Q, the mysterious project surrounding IOTA has finally been revealed.
After years of work, the IOTA Foundation finally announced that Q is a monocle.

The project has been financed by all ICO investors and the generous community members that donated 5% of all available tokens to the IOTA Foundation.

Developers said that the revealed project is about to the change the world and frankly, they didn’t overstate the exciting announcement.
The IOTA monocle is incredible. Also the resemblance to a Q. How puristic.
The IOTA foundation decided to advertise the fresh accessory everywhere.

As a first start, we decided to run a Q advertisement on the Timesquare in New York because we believe that Q will change the way of living.” David Sønstebø stated.

IOTA Q at the Nasdaq Marquee on the Timesquare

 

Apart from this object of art, the Foundation created several different versions of it.

But for now, we only have a test-version available, that will be replaced by the main-version pretty soon.

Until then, we will advertise it everywhere because we truly believe that this will be beneficial for everyone.

And let me tell you that we are really changing the world as we know it, the world is not anymore the way it used to be, no no no” a mysterious anonymous insider advisor to the Foundation commented via email.

We at THE T▲NGLER are completely blown away.

No one could expect such an incredible development.

We expect that IOTA will fly to position no.1 on coinmarketcap.com very soon, as the demand for stylish developed assets is extremely high these days.

Full Emails of Ethan Heilman and the Digital Currency Initiative with the IOTA Team leaked

Full Emails of Ethan Heilman and the Digital Currency Initiative with the IOTA Team leaked

To my surprise I just received full access to the emails between the Digital Currency Initiative of the MIT Media Lab and the IOTA Foundation after I offered anonymous sources full disclosure over my blog.

I publish the letters “as is” without editing or changing the content at all.

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