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IoTeX Project Updates №25 {May 11 — June 10, 2020}

Greetings our dear supporters! We are back with the Project Update Report. This past month marked an important milestone for our project which was the Mainnent GA launch! The Mainnet GA unleashes new technology, governance, and ecosystem tools to supercharge our vision for the Internet of Trusted Things. Find out more about all the changes Mainnet entails in this blog!

Tech & Development — 5 Pillars of the Mainnet GA

№1. Platform 2.0 — Optimized for the Internet of Trusted Things

Modular blockchain infra, expansive IoT middleware, new dev tools, and a fully native ecosystem — in our blog, we explain the multiple layers of the IoTeX Platform and share the principles that IoTeX uses to guide the design of our blockchain:

№2. Native Staking v2 — A New Scalable, Secure, and Flexible Design

IoTeX has officially established independence from Ethereum and is now a fully native blockchain. Find out the details, purpose, and benefits of staking on the IoTeX Network, as well as how to stake/vote using ioPay:

№3. Pantheon — Enterprise-Ready Consortium Blockchain for IoT

Pantheon was developed throughout the past year, stemming from ongoing initiatives with IoT enterprises and lets enterprises harness the power of trusted users/devices/data to build trusted apps. Learn more below:

№4. Halo Grants Program — Fueling the Internet of Trusted Things

Halo is targeted at developers interested in building IoT and privacy-related projects on the IoTeX platform, as well as ecosystem builders that want to expand the capabilities and reach of IoTeX. Halo will pave the way for new trusted devices/applications and fuel the next generation of IoTeX — join us!

№5. Hermes 2.0 is Officially Live and Open Source

Hermes 2.0 is a win-win for both Delegates and voters, automating daily rewards distribution for Delegates and delivering a transparent history of all reward payments for voters. In this blog, we share the features of Hermes 2.0, as well as an overview of how the technology works.

IoTeX Mainnet GA — Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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Thought Leadership

IoTeX Town Hall

IoTeX Keynote @ IEEE World Forum on IoT

Download Presentation Slides

IoTeX & IPFS are bringing private decentralized storage to smart devices

IPFS Summit Recap

IoTeX Keynote @ REIMAGINE 2020

“Why Privacy Matters” w/UncleBob

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IoTeX In the Media

🎙 Jing Sun featured in Shondaland“The Future of Smart Homes”

🎙Raullen Chai featured in Coindesk“Look to Design, Not Laws, To Protect Privacy In the Surveillance Age”

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Community Initiatives & Campaigns

🔖Binance EN AMA Summary — June 2

🔖Binance Russian & Ukraine AMA Summary — May 28

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About IoTeX

Founded as an open-source platform in 2017, IoTeX is building the Internet of Trusted Things, where all physical and virtual “things” — humans, machines, businesses, and DApps — can exchange information and value at a global scale.

Backed by a global team of 30+ top research scientists and engineers, IoTeX combines blockchain, secure hardware, and decentralized identity to empower intelligent IoT networks and machine economies. By serving as a decentralized trust fabric for IoT, IoTeX will empower the future decentralized world by “connecting the physical world, block by block”.

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