Pac-Man on Wheels, the winners of third place (for USD 1 000 + 15 000 XSC tokens) Democratize autonomous driving by crowdsourcing and gamifying the data collection via IOTA Tokens Q: What problem does your project solve? A: In order to empower autonomous driving hundreds of thousands hours of sensor data are required. Individual data acquisition […]

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The winning team received USD 5 000 + 50 000 XSC tokens and the opportunity to pitch their project to the IOTA Ecosystem Fund for 50.000 USD. “In our vision we created the first Open Mobility Marketplace for IOTA – by enabling mobility provider companies (B2B) to publish mobility services offers (B2C), customers to search […]

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This is the second installment in our posts about the experiences of the “Freedom Pass” team during the IOTA Hackathon. In the first post (found here), Kira set the stage and explained the current issues of the London Freedom Pass. In this post, we’ll get a bit more detailed with regards to how we built […]

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The theme of this post is easily generalised to other use cases and serves as an example of how blockchain technology can shift power and trust in a well-established system, in this case the one of health care. TL;DR Medical prescriptions should be unified and digitalised. They should be resilient and controlled by the real owner […]

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