IOTA Newsletter #21 — Chrysalis, Selv Demo, Smart Contracts & more.
Release Strategy for Chrysalis (IOTA 1.5)
One of the IOTA Foundation’s primary roles is to define and deliver on a development roadmap that moves IOTA towards production-readiness and adoption. In a complex and ever-changing ecosystem like DLT, having a clearly defined vision — and strategy on how to get there — is the key to success.
Selv Demo — A Digital Health Passport
The IOTA Foundation combined forces with the world’s largest law firm Dentons in the Financial Times’ Global Legal Hackathon to “innovate solutions to the most pressing legal, regulatory, and civil society challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis”. Together, we created a demonstration of how digital identity can give individuals control over their health data and its authenticity be guaranteed through IOTA.
An Introduction to IOTA Smart Contracts
IOTA Smart Contracts is an ongoing effort by the IOTA Foundation. The goal of this article is to inform the community about what we are doing and where we are heading with IOTA Smart Contracts. It also presents an opportunity for the community to begin contributing to the project with questions and feedback.
IOTA joins Dig_it
In the last couple of years, the IOTA Foundation started to proactively participate in collaborative research and development efforts, funded by the EU commission. The main purpose has been twofold, to enable other parties to leverage the power of IOTA protocol in solving new problems and to identify and work on new requirements that would increase the long-term technology maturity and adoption.
IOTA Research Status Update — May 2020
We’re pleased to share the latest news from the IOTA Research department.
IOTA Dev Status Update — May 2020
Published by the IOTA dev team every month, this update will provide you with news and updates about our key projects!
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