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This seems also a very interesting paper: https://pure.hud.ac.uk/ws/portalfiles/portal/19558445/Enabling_Distributed_Intelligence_in_the_Internet_of_Things_with_IOTA_and_Mobile_Agents.pdf


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There are really massive usecases for immutable data transport with a protocoll like IOTA. Have a look here, it introduces a Project that Dell, Intel and IOTA are working on for IOT https://blog.iota.org/together-iota-and-dell-technologies-demonstrate-project-alvarium/ - You will also find the link for the live demonstration webinar here: https://www.youtube....


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As Thoralf already answered, this cannot cause any double spending in the UTXO model, and it cannot cause double spending when you do not reuse addresses either. (When spending only half of the amount on an address, the rest is automatically transferred to another new address). When analyzing the security model of IOTA, you should also keep in mind that ...


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With the UTXO model he can only get 5i, because your new received iotas are another output and the transaction consumes only the output that was there when you signed it. In IOTA 1.0 he could reattach the transaction and get all 10i or more by reattaching the transaction that many times, but there one shouldn't reuse addresses anyways because of the ...


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This is indeed a problem that IOTA had till today. The good answer is that this will end on April28th, when the whole IOTA network will be updated and upgraded to a new network. After that all new addresses will be reusable and can receive funds multiple times, even if you have spent already from that address. If you receive funds again on that address just ...


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