A lot of digital currency fans believe that only blockchain projects that solve real-life problems will remain in the crypto industry on the long run. Therefore, it’s not surprising that the enthusiasts of IOTA (MIOTA) are still passionate and excited about the blockchain project and the various chances it holds to transform the Internet of Things (IoT). Continue reading IOTA Expands Its Collaboration With Fujitsu, Bosch, And Volkswagen
The adhesion of the blockchain or distributed ledger technology (DLT) among big companies worldwide has generated a real “Ledger running” mainly among companies in the technology sector. Google, Microsoft and Amazon are just a few of the world’s giants looking to deploy new solutions that use blockchain to provide more security, reliability and new features for building an increasingly connected world. Continue reading Fujitsu Launches Blockchain Center in Europe
Bosch is a 131-year-old company, yet it’s on the cutting edge of crypto and IOTA’s tangle-style platform. Clearly, the firm desires to go deeper into data rather than stick to its old business model and profit from hardware. Selling data is the future and Bosch views IOTA and autonomous cars as a great way to collect micropayments and information. Add this to the fact the city of Taipai, South Korea is set to use IOTA to turn the city into an app-driven smart city. Its obvious IOTA is really making some waves. IOTA’s data marketplace has been in the making since 2015. Around the same time, IBM spent $2 billion to acquire the Weather Company. The sole reason for the purchase was to get access to data.