IoTeX (IOTX) started as an open-source project less than five years ago. In that time, it has succeeded in developing a decentralized platform whose aim is to empower the open economics for machines. This is an open ecosystem where people and machines can interact with guaranteed trust, free will, and under properly designed economic incentives. Here’s where to buy it now.
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What is IOTX
IoTeX is an EVM-compatible blockchain built from scratch using the innovative Roll-DPoS consensus and launched in April 2019. It has already processed more than 10 million transactions. The IoTeX developer team has built the essential blocks of infrastructures on top of the IoTeX blockchain to connect with Ethereum, BSC, and Heco blockchains.
Should I buy IOTX today?
The coin’s trading volume increased by 257% in the last 24 hours. It is very volatile now, so proceed with caution.
IOTX price prediction
Analysts quoted by the Sun predicted IOTX would reach $0.12 by the end of 2022. Last week, it was changing hands for $0.14. At the time of writing, it was trading for $0.21. It is reasonable to expect that the price will keep rising in advance of analyst predictions.
IOTX on social media
Want more IoTeX presentations? Last week @cryptoxfan + @larrypang presented our latest R&D efforts for the automotive industry to @dltMOBI on how Pebble Tracker will be utilized in MOBI's Trusted Trip and other initiatives.
👇 Watch the replay on YouTubehttps://t.co/WDQWyJVtTh
— IoTeX (@iotex_io) November 8, 2021