Citrullin
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IOTA use and resupply
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They don't expire. It's just like a bank account. We have a total amount of IOTAs (2,779,530,283,277,761). This amount is distributed through many wallets. You can look up the distribution here. It's ...

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Raspberry Pi3 light node initialization error
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Since RocksDB has problems with the ARM architecture, you need special version of RocksDB. Here is a complete tutorial: https://medium.com/biilabs/deploy-iota-fullnode-on-asus-tinker-board-...

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How are taxes paid in the future if finally my car pays for parking?
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Interesting topic for the protocol. Currently I think it would be suitable if you use the messages for it. You have then just to include tax rate etc. You can also use encryption for it. Iotas masked ...

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How can I make my Bluetooth enabled IOT device sign a transaction so that POW and everything else can be done by another device?
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Yes, there is one: https://github.com/embedded-iota/iota-c-library You probably want to checkout the fork by francescolavra. He fixed a lot of issues and improved the library. If you want to use it ...

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Possibility of installing IOTA on a micro-controller?
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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 it able to fetch transactions from previous snapshot via api?
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The simple answer is: No. The more complex answer: If you download this DB, uses it in your own full-node and get all the milestones after each snapshot, you could implement something like this. I ...

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Possibility of sending a IOTA transaction from a "micro-controller"?
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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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How to Setup a Full Node on Azure?
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I highly recommend this tutorial: http://iota.partners/ The setup is everytime the same. You just need to create a VM with SSH access. For more automatic setup the following scripts can be used: ...

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Which algorithms do IOTA use?
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At the moment, this is the state: https://github.com/iotaledger/kerl MAM used troika: https://github.com/iotaledger/entangled/tree/develop/mam There is a change on the roadmap. We will change to ...

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How do I know MAM data has been published?
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What library do you use? You can check, if the transaction is referenced by a milestone. This is the ultimate confirmation for your transaction. If the milestone directly or indirectly confirms your ...

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Is it possible to extend IRI to answer to an HTTP GET?
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Yes, it is possible. There is something called IXI. It is not standardized yet. So, you should not use it for production apps. You can take a look into the MAM IXI module to get an idea how this works....

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How many confirmations are required for funds to be received?
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The current situation: The Coordinator is issuing transactions and these transactions are connected to branches of the tangle. These transactions are called milestones. The full-nodes are still ...

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Querying iota from browser or non-full-node
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IRI has a REST API. Therefore, you are able to access it via JavaScript, also from a web browser. You are probably looking for the findTransaction Endpoint. You can also query full-nodes from your ...

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Why are microtransactions important or necessary?
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Another important point which isn't covered in the others answers: You don't have to pay directly a high amount or later a high amount. As a company it gives you the freedom and ability to work with ...

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GPU Proof-of-work
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IOTA has some OpenCL context Library: https://github.com/iotaledger/clcontext But I don't know what you can do with it. Maybe this is what people ware referring to.

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Running Multiple Full Nodes on 1 Machine
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Yes, it is possible. But you need to expose other ports on the same host. But I think it's not really useful. (If you don't have different IP addresses) I would recommend to have them on separated ...

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Good practice how to choose ports
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There is a really good introduction on iota.partners I would use the standard ports. This makes it way easier for neighbors. UDP_RECEIVER_PORT = 14600 TCP_RECEIVER_PORT = 15600 But yes, security ...

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Is there any point to running a full node that creates no new transactions?
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Actually this doesn't help to increase the TPS. This just creates a more secure network. The most people are not struggling with the performance of the tangle itself. The tangle itself is fast ...

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How will IOTA manage node version control?
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The amount of Iota tokens is fixed. It will not increase. There's only one thing which can potentially happens: A shift of the decimal number. But this doesn't increase the supply. Everyone gets a ...

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How does a device get automatically the receive address from another device to send data to it?
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At the moment: Yes, because you don't know the address. Without the address you can't send another wallet messages. No messages or whatever. I would recommend to use gRPC or something similar. Simple ...

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Client libraries available for Flutter/Dart?
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I am not familiar with Dart. In most languages you are able to write your library in C and create an API in the target language. So, you should take a look into the iota.c library and wrap it in Dart, ...

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Is there a way to access a list of all bundles?
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TheTangle business might gives you a feature like this. If you want to do it by yourself, you can subscribe to the tangle via the ZMQ API. Since the ZMQ API only provides an API for transactions, you ...

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physical clock or logical clock for timestamping
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Timestamps are necessary. That is correct. They are included in the bundle hash. But it is not mandatory to have a correct timestamp. So, you can also set it to zero.

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What are the minimal system requirements to run a full IRI node?
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My personal recommendation: Operation System: Linux (generally better for server) RAM: At least 4GB. Better 8GB. CPU: Quad-Core x86, ARM is not supported at the moment (I hope it will be in the ...

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Seed generator best and safe?
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NEVER USE A WEB SOLUTION There are many solutions, but I think the following are common. It's just a general way of generating random strings. I don't recommend to use any web-solution. It's probably ...

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Can a smart contract make calls (e.g. web service calls) to outside of the network?
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We don't know if there will be something like Smart Contracts. I think you are referring to Q. It's, at the moment, just speculation. Maybe it is something like smart contracts, maybe it isn't. We ...

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Why do I always have to reattach each transaction?
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As I understand you should do this to increase the chance of the validation, because you have more than one transaction. This transaction reference to other transaction, but is still a new transaction....

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