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Iota Foundation joins Dell to develop real-time carbon footprint tracking

Iota Foundation, a non-profit distributed ledger technology ecosystem provider, partnered with tech giant Dell Technologies to develop a data-driven solution for the real-time tracking of carbon footprints. Edge solutions from Dell Technologies announced the onboarding of Iota, climate-change-focused technology company ClimateCHECK, and BioE, to develop a solution on top of Dell’s in-house initiatives: Data Confidence Fabric (DCF) and Project Alvarium.We’ve partnered w/ @Iota, BioE, & @ClimateCHECK to develop real-time carbon footprint tracking through a #data confidence fabric! Hear how #ProjectAlvarium accurately tracks carbon footprints w/ #DellTech Edge solutions.https://t.co/u5CxmbMBAL@Intel #IOTA #Sustainability pic.twitter.com/52RENnEW3X— Dell Edge & Telecom (@Dell_Edge) June 6, 2022Iota has been an active participant in Project Alvarium, which was first conceptualized by Dell Technologies in 2019 to utilize vetted data from the DFC or “trust fabric” across heterogeneous systems. Matthew Yarger, head of sustainability at the Iota Foundation, stated:“Transparency and trust in data is paramount for addressing the global issues of climate change and transitioning to climate action.”Sharing details about the initiative, Yarger explained that the four companies together developed an integrated digital measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) tool. In conjunction with Project Alvarium, the digital MRV can pick up data from sensors and manual input and process it through Dell PowerEdge servers to ultimately deliver near real-time insights into the carbon footprints of BioE’s sustainable energy and composting facility. Yarger added:“We’re now able to track and verify data around climate change and how we’re actively trying to address it at a level that’s never been achieved before.”Related: Kenyan energy company entices Bitcoin miners with geothermal powerKenGen, an energy company from Kenya recently invited Bitcoin (BTC) miners to run their operations using its renewable power capacity.As Cointelegraph reported, KenGen generates 86% of its energy through renewable geothermal sources. Local reports suggest that KenGen plans to rent out space from its Olkaria facility, situated at a volcanic site. The acting director of geothermal development at KenGen, Peketsa Mwangi, too confirmed the company’s intent to host Bitcoin miners in Kenya:“We’ll have them here because we have the space and the power is near, which helps with stability.”

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Iota selected for Phase 2A of EU blockchain initiative

On Thursday, the Iota Foundation, which oversees developments in the namesake Internet-of-Things transactions blockchain (IOTA), announced that it had been selected as one of five contractors by the European Commission to develop blockchain and distributed ledger technology in the region. According to the announcement, phase 2A aims to advance European Blockchain Services Infrastructure, or EBSI, in five areas:It will investigate the feasibility of sharding as to exponentially scale the Iota network on EBSI.Develop an approval weight consensus mechanism that will be highly flexible and allow both permissionless and permissioned use cases.Ensure any Iota-based solution for cross-border transfers abides by EBSI governance structures and any regulatory requirements from EU member states.Integrate its GDPR-compliant identity solution with the new framework for EU digital identity on EBSI.Prepare on and off-chain bridges to other protocols in and outside EBSI, including support for Ethereum Virtual Machine.Based on the results of the phase 2A development over the next six months, a minimum of three out of five contractors will be chosen to advance to the next stage, where the European Commission will field-test the capabilities of the newly developed infrastructure and applications. Last September, Iota was one of seven enterprises chosen to support the early-stage innovation of the said European blockchain venture. With its signature decentralized acrylic graphs, the Iota blockchain is known for very little energy consumption and no gas fees. Previously, Assembly, a decentralized layer one smart contract network built within the Iota ecosystem, announced a $100 million capital raise from private investors while receiving praise from Dominik Schiener, Iota Foundation’s co-founder and chairman.

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These 3 cryptocurrencies are taking an even bigger hit during Bitcoin's price slump

The cost to purchase one Bitcoin (BTC) has dropped almost 10% in the last seven days and has been eyeing extended declines as it drops below $40,000, its interim psychological support, on Jan. 10.BTC/USD weekly price chart. Source: TradingViewNonetheless, the losses suffered by Bitcoin still appear lesser than some of its top crypto rivals’ performances. For instance, Cardano (ADA), the seventh-largest cryptocurrency by market valuation, has dropped by nearly 11% to around $1.15 in the last seven days.Similarly, XRP, the eighth-largest by market capitalization, has dipped by around 10% to nearly $0.75 in the same period.Meanwhile, some cryptocurrencies listed among the top 50 digital assets have experienced bigger losses between 15% and 30% in the last week. They include Ethereum’s native token Ether (ETH), which has plunged over 16%, and its blockchain rival Terra, whose token LUNA has declined by nearly 20.50%.That said, listed below are three tokens among the top-50 cryptocurrencies that have performed worse than Bitcoin on a seven-day adjusted timeframe.Axie Infinity (-27.50%)Sitting atop more than 12,000% year-over-year profits, Axie Infinity (AXS) turned out to be one of the best places for traders to secure their profits.AXS price plunged nearly 27.5% to around $70 in the last seven days, thus becoming the worst performer among the large-cap coins. Meanwhile, against Bitcoin, the token slipped by almost 17% to 0.0017 BTC in the same period.ASX/USD vs. AXS/BTC daily price chart. Source: TradingViewNevertheless, AXS price may rebound in the coming days as one of the market’s key momentum indicators, the relative strength index (RSI), alerts about the token’s “oversold” status. In detail, the AXS’s daily RSI has slipped below 30, which traditional chartists interpret as a buy signal.More bullish cues for the Axie Infinity token have been coming from its downside target area between $64.50 and $50, as shown in the chart below. Notably, the $64.50-level served as a support to the AXS price during the August-September trading session in 2021.AXS/USD daily price chart featuring its potential downside targets. Source: TradingViewSimilarly, the levels around $50 prompted traders to accumulate AXS en masse on four occasions since Sept. 7 selloff.Conversely, breaking below the downside target range may end up pushing below $40, another support level from August 2021.AAVE (-25%)Unlike Axie Infinity, Aave (AAVE) native token of the same name had been sitting atop dwarfed year-over-year profits — nearly 60% since Jan. 10, 2021. Nonetheless, it has still become one of the worst-performing cryptocurrencies entering 2022.AAVE price dropped by a little over 24% to $200 in the last seven days. Meanwhile, the token’s performance against Bitcoin came out to be nearly -15%, reflecting that traders remained unconvinced about a bullish rebound in the Aave market.AAVE/USD vs. AAVE/BTC daily price chart. Source: TradingViewFor instance, AAVE’s daily RSI has been trending lower since Dec. 27 and now sits near 39. It now eyes an extended correction to reach its oversold levels below 30, meaning there is still room for the AAVE price to go further down than its current rates.The sell signal appears also as AAVE retests its two-month-old ascending trendline support, as shown in the chart below. AAVE has rebounded at least four times from the said rising level since Dec. 4. Therefore, if the coin breaks below it, its likelihood of correcting toward $165, another support level, would be higher.AAVE/USD daily price chart featuring its interim support and resistance targets. Source: TradingViewConversely, a rebound from the ascending trendline support may have AAVE rally toward the $250-275 trading range, which has a recent history of acting as both resistance and support. Since December 2021, the area has been able to cap AAVE’s upside attempts successfullyIOTA (-24%)Based on their seven-day adjusted timeframe performance, IOTA’s losses are marginally lesser than AAVE’s. But given the token has been sitting atop nearly 150% year-over-year profits, it appears like a good sell for traders looking to offset their losses elsewhere during the recent crypto market decline.Notably, IOTA’s price dipped a little over 24% to $1.00 in the past seven days. Against Bitcoin, IOTA is down about 14% in the same period.IOTA/USD vs. IOTA/BTC weekly price chart. Source: TradingViewRelated: Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch in 2022: BTC, ETH, BNB, AVAX, MATICA bounce is now likely, however, as the token’s daily RSI neared oversold levels, while it dropped to a trading range of $0.93-$1.00, which has a recent history of attracting buyers.IOTA/USD daily price chart featuring its interim support and resistance targets. Source: TradingViewAs a result, if IOTA drops below the $0.93-$1.00 range, its likelihood of extending its price decline towards $0.71 — a support level from the May-June 2021 trading session — looks high. Conversely, a rebound action from the area could have the IOTA price eye $1.21 as its interim bull target.The views and opinions expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Cointelegraph.com. Every investment and trading move involves risk, you should conduct your own research when making a decision.

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Assembly announces $100M capital raise, receives praise from IOTA co-founder Dominik Schiener

On Friday, Assembly, a decentralized layer one smart contract network built within the IOTA ecosystem, announced it had raised $100 million from private investors, including LD Capital, HyperChain Capital assembly, and Huobi Ventures. The project stated that the funds will be used to accelerate the development of decentralized finance protocols, nonfungible tokens, and play-to-earn crypto games.IOTA is a blockchain designed for facilitating internet-of-things transactions. Its proprietary technology consists of a system of decentralized acyclic graphs that can connect to one another in multiple vectors as opposed to in-series as with a regular blockchain. As a result, one new block can validate two other blocks, leading to self-sustainable transaction verification. This allegedly leads to the complete elimination of transaction fees and minimal energy cost.The Assembly mainnet is currently scheduled to launch in early 2022 with a large community focus. 70% of its native ASMB tokens are reserved for developer incentives, community-governed decentralized autonomous organizations, and grant programs.Meet $ASMB, a token to fuel innovation and growth. The vast majority of tokens are designated to ignite #Assembly’s ecosystem growth and to reward the @iota community. Visit: https://t.co/ULLTR84ZKN pic.twitter.com/fycCeywW94— Assembly (@assembly_net) December 9, 2021In a statement to Cointelegraph, Dominik Schiener, co-founder and chairman of the IOTA Foundation, claimed that there are too many Ethereum Virtual Machine, or EVM, blockchains stating:“Ultimately, all of them will face the same problems with fees, scalability, and interoperability. Most of them will fail in the long term as they offer nothing unique.”When asked about the uniqueness of the Assembly blockchain, Scheiner feels that it all comes down to flexibility:“Each smart contract chain can be fully customized to the project’s needs. In addition, Assembly is already fully EVM-compatible, and has support for WASM [WebAssembly], plus Go, Rust and TypeScript as optional smart contract languages.”Billionaire investor Stelian Balta, founder of HyperChain Capital, said:We always needed a feeless, highly scalable network for developers to build highly scalable apps in the crypto ecosystem. Assembly does that. They have been pioneers in the crypto ecosystem since 2015, and we are confident in their experience and their vision for the next decade.

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Iota set to launch decentralized smart contract platform to expand Web3 ecosystem

Iota has announced the release of decentralized layer-one smart contract network Assembly, and accompanying ASMB token, in a bid to accelerate the expansion of smart contracts across a multitude of sectors, including decentralized finance (DeFi) and nonfungible tokens (NFTs).Assembly utilizes the Iota network’s existing architecture, most notably the directed acyclic graph structure, to operate adjacently as an interoperable, self-sovereign bridge that reaps the benefits of scalability and robust security, among others.Decentralized application, or DApp, developers have the ability to create their own smart contract chains and set individual parameters for low-cost execution fees, a function that also enables service providers to issue on-chain stablecoin assets to incentivize validators.Alongside this, the platform is fully compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), as well as supporting smart contract languages Solidity, Rust, Go and TypeScript, with more expected to be added in the near future.In conversation with Cointelegraph, Dominik Schiener, co-founder and chairman of the Iota Foundation, revealed how Assembly aligns with Iota’s overarching vision to create a decentralized ecosystem, as well as how the project’s infrastructure could provide a perfect environment for project construction, stating:“Assembly is fully configurable and can bridge across any smart contract chain running whatever type and flavor its builder desires. Every network built using the protocol will benefit from the shared security, interoperability and token infrastructure provided by the Assembly network.”Related: Iota Foundation to launch staging network and reward tokenIn October, the Iota Foundation launched beta smart contracts with EVM functionality in an effort to expand scalability, interoperability and drastically reduce transactional fees on the network.Source: IotaThe token’s distribution model allocates 40% of ASMB assets to a community decentralized autonomous organization, 20% granted to Iota stakers (as rewards distributed over the coming two years), a further 10% to early participants and ecosystem developers, leaving the final 20% to the Iota Foundation.By adopting this community-centric governance model, Assembly is seeking to foster an environment for creators, developers and community advocates that facilitates the expansion of the Iota ecosystem into a panoply of Web3 sectors, including the Metaverse.Amid the parabolic financial gains of metaverse tokens MANA and LAND, in addition to the heightening mainstream debate around the impact of emerging metaverse worlds, Schiener expressed the importance of establishing and maintaining open, transparent, self-governing metaverse models:“Its underpinnings must be able to support and bridge any type of technical architecture its builders desire, uninhibited by gatekeepers, costly auctions, or rigid architectures limited to certain programming languages, virtual machines, or smart contract types.”

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