Mariana De La Roche Wills is a Colombian human rights lawyer and entrepreneur. She holds a Law degree from the Rosario University and a specialization in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law from the Externado University. She graduated with a diploma of academic excellence. Since the beginning of her professional career, she has been working as a project manager for different NGOs and social businesses in Colombia and Germany.
Mariana is also one of the founders of two social businesses in Europe. The first is the Menstrual Health Hub, in Germany, the first-ever global platform specifically designed to be the online home for
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New Partnership Will Drive Faster, More Efficient Communication and Payments Between IoT Devices
(BERLIN, GERMANY — December 5, 2018) — IOTA Foundation, a non-profit foundation focused on distributed ledger technology (DLT) and permissionless ecosystem development, today announced a new partnership with eCl@ss to standardize and simplify communication used across connected devices in the Internet of Things (IoT). This strategic alliance is yet another milestone in the IOTA Foundation’s development of Industry 4.0. For more information on the collaboration and to try it with a live transaction, visit: https://eclass.iota.org
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Wow, there went November already. Time sure flies when you’re having fun.
We continued to work on the Qubic Dispatcher. At the moment we’re working on the system boundary entities that allow us to interface with the Tangle (receive/send). We’re also working on the Dispatcher plug-in system that will allow separate components to seamlessly work together as entities through the Qubic Computation Model.
We also came up with a few new improvements to Abra. One of these was the addition of floating point constants to the language itself to work in conjunction with the -now fully functional- floating point functions in AbraLib. The
RIDDLE&CODE Hardware Securely Connects Sensors to the IOTA Tangle
(BERLIN & VIENNA, December 3, 2018) — the IOTA Foundation and RIDDLE&CODE today announced their agreement to create a fully trusted path from sensor to Distributed Ledger by integrating their respective technologies. This collaboration enables autonomous machine-to-machine transactions using the IOTA Tangle. RIDDLE&CODE’s blockchain-connected hardware enables a secure environment for business processes that will only allow reliable data from trusted sources.
Tom Fuerstner, RIDDLE&CODE founder and CTO said: “Real-world industrial and smart city environments require trusted, scalable and transparent environments from end-to-end to store data. By securely