There is no denying the fact that technological innovations are in thousands or millions today. To get the ones that stand out among them is one major problem that the tech community has been experiencing for some times now. One noble thing in the blockchain world is IOTA (MIOTA), the technological embodiment that every companies is trying to tap from.
As a show of outstanding performance, IOTA keeps on differentiating itself from ideas that only gain advertisement but are not able to showcae what they actually says they can do.
In recent time, different accolades and recognitions have not stopped coming the way of the cryptocoin. From recent recognitions it got at the largest industrial trade fair in Hannover Messe, Germany, to its recent partnership with Kontakt.io, the unending performances of IOTA are nothing but a clear indication of superiority in the cryptocurrency space.
SensorHub: Another Superb Use-cases
In a retweet yesterday, it was announced that SensorHub, a Proof of Concept (PoC) application on IOTA ecosystem is now live. It is touted as a Masked Authenticated Messaging (MaM) based sensor-monitoring purposely for the internet of things.
While MaM is in its experimental module, and currently under peer review, the technology is a development of IOTA technology and it is referred to as a second layer data communication protocol that enhances the “functionality to emit and access an encrypted data stream, like RSS, over the Tangle (IOTA’s distributed ledger) regardless of the size or cost of device”.
The technology, SensorHub promises in the monitoring of supply chains, agriculture, farming, vehicle conditions, tracking of personal property and environmental measurements.
IOTA introduces Two New Techies
The introduction of Dr. Rolf Werner, the head of Central Europe business at Fujitsu into IOTA foundation, was thought of as the most important employee that the cryptocurrency firm have gained in recent time. However, with the growing numbers of IOTA employee, there is an expansion in the number of thinkers and brainy individual in IOTA’s circle.
Recently, two separate employees were announced on IOTA medium blog. The first, Andrea Villa, a self-taught computer hacker, devops and entrepreneur, that has been performing excellently for 15 years in system administration, information security and networks field, and Dyrell Chapman, an Architectural Technologist who is working as the Chief Enterprise Architect at Geometric Energy Corporation, a company he co-founded. The two are no doubt an attestation to the unrelenting moves of IOTA.