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IOTA: A bright future
#41
Iampass just presented the worlds first tangible IDENTITY x DLT/ IOTA prototype in Germany for secure Identity and Access Management



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#42
Cool. I'm now a fan of this project
Cardano is the most promising 3 gen. crypto right now.


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#43
IOTA Goes PayPal With The New Feature - "Those users subscribed to delion are now able to send and receive IOTA through their e-mail addresses, in a similar way to the popular payment processor"

https://tokentops.com/news/iota-goes-pay...s-october/

Delion API is a channel through which developers and start ups can create business models on IOTA’s tangle. Tangle by itself is a blockless DLT technology where users can do proof of work on their own transactions for consensus but with a centralized Coordinator allowing for high throughput and infinite scalability.


https://delion.io/
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#44
(2018-10-02, 06:19 PM)Hugues Wrote: IOTA Goes PayPal With The New Feature - "Those users subscribed to delion are now able to send and receive IOTA through their e-mail addresses, in a similar way to the popular payment processor"

https://tokentops.com/news/iota-goes-pay...s-october/

Delion API is a channel through which developers and start ups can create business models on IOTA’s tangle. Tangle by itself is a blockless DLT technology where users can do proof of work on their own transactions for consensus but with a centralized Coordinator allowing for high throughput and infinite scalability.


https://delion.io/

It's nice. Looks good for crypto. Electroneum with their API, xrp with more and more deals and machine to machine for IOTA.  Then ETH for all tokens later to be replaced by Cardano..... the future for crypto looks really good.
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#45
The IOTA Foundation revealed its native Tangle technology – a DAG-based scalable protocol – will be used by IAMPASS for the latter’s decentralized digital identity management product, as published on a blog post by IOTA head of communications, Cara Harbor.

https://cryptoslate.com/iota-to-power-di...n-iampass/
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#46
IOTA's TomTom is changing the way crypto projects carry out fundraisers by introducing Initial Service Offerings. Will this benefit investors?

https://www.bitrates.com/news/p/iota-int...ding-model
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#47
"Whereas ICO investors receive tokens in exchange for funding a project, ISO investors will instead receive free services, hence the name "Initial Service Offering." If a project fails, the investor will receive IOTA tokens as compensation. This means that users do not have to worry about a crypto project failing, which is fairly common."

Sounds good, but you can't be fully compensated. Then it's not an investment. Every investment comes with a risk. That is the nature of investment.

Big plus for IOTA trying to change the ICO system but for sure it will take a while before ISO becomes standard...if ever
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#48
IOTA ISO - A new type of Crowdfunding is being born!
https://youtu.be/zeF3d3at74A
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(2018-10-30, 07:51 AM)Hugues Wrote: IOTA ISO - A new type of Crowdfunding is being born!
https://youtu.be/zeF3d3at74A

We will have to see about that one. Ethereum have nearly all ICO's now. Their smartcontract system is currently the most popular.
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#50
Hundreds Of Firms Seem Keen On IOTA.

Iota needs devs.

https://dollardestruction.com/17834/

Monster Cleaning accepts IOTA as payment for cleaning services in the UK
https://twitter.com/mnstrcleaning
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