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The naming was changed yesterday to IOTA 2.0 DevNet (Development Network). Please read this blog post: https://blog.iota.org/path-towards-full-decentralization-with-iota-2-0/


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Coordicide refers to a goal on the IOTA roadmap, namely to remove the coordinator and create a network that works safely and reliably without it. Pollen is the codename for the first phase of coordicide, which refers to creating a network for testing a promising coordicide strategy which will hopefully be used later. The later phases are called Nectar and ...


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It is not removed, it does not exist there in the first place. It runs from the start without coordinator.


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This question is quite broad. For coordicide we need FPC, MANA, rate controller and autopeering for it to function properly. FPC and autopeering is well defined, MANA and the rate controller are pretty well defined. But these are just the essentials, for the full IOTA experience there are several other facets that need to be developed, so its a long horizon. ...


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It will depend on how the current testnet behaves. The testnet is there to learn about the current coordicide implementation and to detect whether there are any unnoticed flaws in its algorithms. If it works fine, it may remain unchanged. But probably there will be some changes before Coordicide reaches Nectar stage, and maybe others before it is implemented ...


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