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Tangle Bay has been operating nodes in the IOTA ecosystem since 2017. Gradually, the whole project has grown and also the different services that are now provided by Tangle Bay. The main focus is on quality and availability and the whole thing together with the IOTA community.
We provide public APIs with our load balancers and nodes. Our servers are located in Finland, Germany and the USA to ensure high reliability and quality.
SWARM is a script that allows you to easily install and manage an IOTA node. Available nodes are Hornet, Bee, GoShimmer and WASP.
The ICNS project gives IOTA community members the opportunity to support Tangle Bay with a node and thus the IOTA Ecosystem.
"The launch of the first IOTA mainnet in June 2016 was the start of the journey to revolutionize Blockchain. IOTA introduced the very first distributed ledger based on a directed acyclic graph (DAG) - a scalable and lightweight protocol to overcome rising costs and power consumption by removing miners and fees. It is called “the Tangle”. The Tangle was designed to be a more equitable, democratic and secure network, where every node would directly contribute towards the security of the overall system."
The name IOTA comes from the ancient Greek alphabet (Ἰῶτα "the smallest letter") and means "something small". The iota is the 9th letter of the ancient Greek alphabet and was pronounced identically in ancient times as it is today, namely i; the Latin letter i is also derived from it. In the IOTA communication protocol, the i stands for 1 iota and is the smallest tradable unit of value in the network, which closes the circle to "something small".