IOTA Newsletter #4 — Secure Storage, Biometric Palm Vein Authentification & Real World Waste Management

Newsletters Nov 06, 2018

IOTA token holders can now isolate their tokens from their computer or smartphone. Through a state-of-the-art secure chip, users can protect their private keys and safely store and transfer funds with the cutting edge Ledger hardware wallets
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IOTA’s Tangle powers IAMPASS biometric palm vein authentication for digital identity
With the unique, yet simple, act of a palm vein scan, IAMPASS facilitates immutable audit trails for high-security environments, as well as a cost-saving way to generate easy user access. The novel technology powered by the IOTA Tangle is a key component in the ongoing development of Smart Cities across the globe.
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IOTA Foundation and HIGH MOBILITY to drive App Development for Smart Mobility
HIGH MOBILITY and the IOTA Foundation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on the integration of IOTA content, blueprints and tutorials into HIGH MOBILITY’s developer platform.
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IOTA Barcelona Meetup — Moving Beyond Blockchain
VIDEO: Watch Ricard Royo, Andrea Villa, Miguel Diaz, Serguei Popov and David Belgoff talk about the Tangle, IOTA and some Use Cases.
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TWO IOT x IOTA — Real World Waste Management Integration
VIDEO: Watch how TWO IOT is utilizing IOTA to make waste management in Taiwan a smooth, efficient ride.
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IOTA and Freedom — Who controls node behavior?
How can a Distributed Ledger Technology function without miners?
Serguei Popov, author of the IOTA Whitepaper, breaks down the math and explains both advantages and challenges of the collaborative effort of approving transactions in the Tangle.
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Johann Jungwirth, EVP Mobility Services Volkswagen Group of America, is completing his supervisory board position at the IOTA Foundation. With his recent relocation to California from Germany, his time constraints have increased to the point where he was no longer able to fulfill his commitment on the supervisory board. He leaves in very good standing with IOTA, as one of the key people that assisted in forging the initial collaboration between IOTA and Volkswagen, and the broader mobility ecosystem. We at the IOTA Foundation are very grateful for Johann’s contributions. Johann served on the supervisory board of the IOTA Foundation in a personal capacity, so this development does not affect the relationship between IOTA and VW Group.

Johann Jungwirth, EVP Mobility Services Volkswagen Group of America, is completing his supervisory board position at the IOTA Foundation. With his recent relocation to California from Germany, his time constraints have increased to the point where he was no longer able to fulfill his commitment on the supervisory board. He leaves in very good standing with IOTA, as one of the key people that assisted in forging the initial collaboration between IOTA and Volkswagen, and the broader mobility ecosystem. We at the IOTA Foundation are very grateful for Johann’s contributions. Johann served on the supervisory board of the IOTA Foundation in a personal capacity, so this development does not affect the relationship between IOTA and VW Group.

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