An IOTA developer has implemented the IOTA successfully in a payment system that can be used in any game or any other App. The system is very flexible and is platform independent. The system works seamlessly on platforms like iOS, Android, Windows, WebAbb, Xbox and Play station 4. IOTA has been in the waiting for its acceptance for long enough. Hard to say why the project of a German Blockchain Foundation has grown so slowly but on the other hand its competitors like Ethereum or Cardano’s not just sleeping just well. However, this does not mean that it is the Token to an inferior product. The Protocol was developed in order to facilitate the emerging Machine-to-Machine economy of the Internet-of-Things (IoT) by creating a royalty-free, highly scalable Asset-Transfer network will be created.
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At the beginning of the year, the company was involved in one of the biggest Smart City initiatives in Texas and has driven its product as a solution for interoperability issues in the transportation industry. Could the masses in IOTA to bring, however, is something quite different. A Community developer is able to take advantage of the ambitious project as a payment system for each game and every application. Since Gaming is one of the fastest growing industries in the technology sector, could IOTAs entry into the industry could bring the Coin to a whole new target audience. Marlon Morales developed IOTA and in a video shared via Twitter he showed an IOTA wallet and a transaction from that wallet.
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Morales said that the system he developed called the IOTA payment works on all the platforms which means that IOTA can theoretically be used in all the 15 platform including the PC, Mac, PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U, Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Tizen and others.
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