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Possibility of installing IOTA on a micro-controller?

It is feasible to use the microcontroller as an IOTA wallet. For example, you can store your IOTA seed on the flash, generate addresses from it, generate sign transactions. One option to get started ...
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Possibility of sending a IOTA transaction from a "micro-controller"?

I am working exactly on this at the moment: https://github.com/embedded-iota/iota-c-light-wallet (but on my fork. I will push it to embedded iota when it works fine.) The address generation works fine....
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What is the lower limit of energy usage for an IOTA transaction?

A low min value can only be given as an averaged value, since finding the nonce (pow) is a statistical process. Energy consumption for this pow process depends on how effective your cpu is working (...
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How many type of Proof-of-Work is used in IOTA?

1) In mid 2017 the M-Bug was found and the work-around for it is (inoficially) called "Mini-PoW". It could happen that a Bundle-Hash contained "M" which exposed a private key (and all following keys) ...
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Possibility of installing IOTA on a micro-controller?

Working on it: https://github.com/embedded-iota/iota-c-light-wallet (on my own fork. Will push it to embedded iota when it works fine.) The address generation works. I work currently on the transfer, ...
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Is "Crypto Core" a micro-controller (or FPGA) which is able to do Proof-of-Work completely?

The Crypto Core is a FPGA system which consists of Cortex M1 soft-cpu and specialized logic for accelerating algorithms like hashing (and also PoW) or type-conversions. So, it's both - ...
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How many type of Proof-of-Work is used in IOTA?

I'll try to answer. 1) The "M-bug" is effectively the normalized bundle-hash containing the character M. More information about it here: Why is the normalized hash considered insecure when containing ...
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How to use "iota.lib.js.powsrvio" via a small device supports LoraWAN?

The iota.lib.js.powsrvio in your question is a NodeJS library: https://www.npmjs.com/package/iota.lib.js.powsrvio How to use powsrv.io? To use NodeJS libraries, you need to install NodeJS. That is ...
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