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IOTA/Tangle is slightly similar, but it builds a single transaction tree in which transactions are confirmed more quickly when they increase convergence between the most significant branches.  Each transaction references at least 2 existing transactions, similar to TAPOS.

IOTA has a token. Also, its POW, and not much like TAPOS at all, since TAPOS references a block not a transaction, and is POS not POW :)

I like IOTA for many reasons, it just needs some refinements :)
How does it compare to all the other micro transaction protocols mentioned in this thread?

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IOTA/Tangle is slightly similar, but it builds a single transaction tree in which transactions are confirmed more quickly when they increase convergence between the most significant branches.  Each transaction references at least 2 existing transactions, similar to TAPOS.

IOTA has a token. Also, its POW, and not much like TAPOS at all, since TAPOS references a block not a transaction, and is POS not POW :)

I like IOTA for many reasons, it just needs some refinements :)
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IOTA/Tangle is slightly similar, but it builds a single transaction tree in which transactions are confirmed more quickly when they increase convergence between the most significant branches.  Each transaction references at least 2 existing transactions, similar to TAPOS.

IOTA has a token. Also, its POW, and not much like TAPOS at all, since TAPOS references a block not a transaction, and is POS not POW :)
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I remember there was a concept of a mesh-chain where each account is its own blockchain.   I cannot seem to find a link now... help
See also: http://188.138.57.93/tangle.pdf

http://iotatoken.com/

IOTA/Tangle is slightly similar, but it builds a single transaction tree in which transactions are confirmed more quickly when they increase convergence between the most significant branches.  Each transaction references at least 2 existing transactions, similar to TAPOS.
« Last Edit: October 30, 2015, 02:48:20 pm by Troglodactyl »

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CIYAM .. is doing all stuff tokenless AFAIK!
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I remember there was a concept of a mesh-chain where each account is its own blockchain.   I cannot seem to find a link now... help
raiblocks.net/

Pretty sure you're talking about RaiBlocks.

https://github.com/clemahieu/raiblocks
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I remember there was a concept of a mesh-chain where each account is its own blockchain.   I cannot seem to find a link now... help
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I am looking for any and all protocols that do not have a core token.  Any help doing this research would be appreciated.
So far I have Hyperledger and Interledger and perhaps Tao chain.

 
When you say protocol, I think https or wss.
 
However, here is a "blockchain-less" concept if you're interested:
http://cointelegraph.com/news/115508/iota-a-blockchain-less-gasp-token-for-the-internet-of-things
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Tauchain is supposed to interact with Agoras and Agoras has a token. Although it doesn't require a token to run, having a token seems necessary to provide incentive for humans and machines to evolve the network.
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I am looking for any and all protocols that do not have a core token.  Any help doing this research would be appreciated.

So far I have Hyperledger and Interledger and perhaps Tao chain.
Here is an overview (page 38): http://www.ofnumbers.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Permissioned-distributed-ledgers.pdf

A more detailed description of the different projects that are part of the oerview: Beginning page 29 of the doc above.

Not mentioned in the overview but has no token as far as I know: http://www.multichain.com/ ;

Projects that may have no token (found nothing about whether tokenless or not)  and are blockchains / distr. ledgers (whereever that boundary is):
chain.com
peernova.com
linq: http://insidebitcoins.com/news/linq-the-new-nasdaq-blockchain-powered-trading-platform/35526
Setl.io

Not directly to your question but possibly helpful too, an article about the value of tokenless blockchains: http://www.multichain.com/blog/2015/07/bitcoin-vs-blockchain-debate/
« Last Edit: October 29, 2015, 03:06:25 pm by delulo »

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Hyperledger is just marketing on top of the PBFT algorithm. Not novel in terms of consensus systems.