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used in IoTA to refer to the signed data package that stores a message to be sent from an externally owned account.
For questions relating to the IOTA network as a whole. This includes questions about the reliability, scaling and functionality of the network itself as an implemented version of the tangle based on f…
For questions about the tangle, the directed acyclic graph which has the same function in IOTA as the blockchain has in other cryptocurrencies.
For questions or issues relating to the IOTA Wallet and how to mitigate/avoid these issues.
For questions relating to the security of IoTA and how to mitigate these issues or avoid them altogether.
For questions relating to IOTA addresses, how they work and what they consist of.
For questions related to IOTA's Application Programming Interface (API)
for Questions related to Snapshot:
Tag for Questions on Implementation and technical background of masked authenticated messaging (MAM), as well as for using it in Sensors or other Applications. Also general Usage.
For questions related to IOTA nodes. There are mainly two types of nodes Headless Node, Full Node(GUI)
Confirmation, a special subtopic of Transactions. Use this Tag for Confirmations of Transactions only
for questions related to Double Spending: A double spend is an attack where the given set of coins is spent in more than one transaction.
for questions related to Milestones.
Refer to the state of a transaction. Once a transaction if attached to the tangle, it is initially in the "pending" state meaning that the transaction is not approved/confirmed yet. Use this tag for …
the process of performing the pow more than one time for the same transaction.
for questions related to ternary system in IOTA
attach-to-tangle a tag used for Questions on attaching addresses to the tangle.