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IOTA is a cryptocurrency, with a purpose for IoT (Internet of Things). It's build upon DAG (Directed acyclic graph), called Tangle.  The Tangle ledger is able to settle transactions, with zero fees.
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DS
Chief Technology Officer at Ripple Labs Source
IOTA just wound up with a worse set of choices because the reality of this fundamental trade-off wasn't confronted. So instead of a considered optimization, we get a lopsided choice that fails to scale.
VB
Creator of Ethereum Source
I strongly disagree with many of IOTA's technical decisions (trinary, custom hash functions, POW on transactions), and find some of their behavior deeply egregious to the point where it goes beyond mere negligence. The "security flaw as copy protection" thing is particularly offensive, and makes it difficult to trust the current dev team.
KS
Managing Partner at Multicoin Capital Source
IOTA is a scam.
MG
Founder and CEO at Braveno Source
IOTA is garbage.
EW
Cryptocurrency Lead at Cinnober Source
We have evidence that IOTA intentionally has been misleading their community.
NC
Partner at Castle Island Ventures and Co-creator of Coinmetrics Source
IOTA is more appropriately described as a “crowdsourced hate machine” these days.
EG
Associate Professor of Computer Science at Cornell Source
IOTA has some promising ideas. Its community needs to learn to be better team players though.
NR
Software Engineer, Facebook Source
IOTA, made by the same geniuses who rolled their own cryptography without peer review, harassed the cryptographers who found the vulnerability, and tried to cover it all up with increasingly absurd excuses.
AP
Co-founder and CIO of BlockTower Capital Source
IOTA's primary pitch is to be infinitely scalable and free. This requires that users run nodes that validate transactions, and that these "users" can be things like a toaster to be applicable for IOT. Tangles use tiny amounts of PoW to validate and prevent spam. But.... if the PoW required is so low that your toaster can do it, then it's also low enough that a bad actor can mess up the graph with cheap spam.
TD
Founder of Adamant Capital Source
IOTA is a bad joke but still has a $4B market cap, 5x that of last summer. ICO market seems frothy still.
MG
Professor in Computer Science at Johns Hopkins Source
A quick reminder that it’s November 2018 and IOTA *still* depends on a centralized server to keep their network from forking.
GA
Former lead developer of Bitcoin Core Source
I like to think the markets will eventually abandon tech-train-wreck coins (like IOTA).
MC
Engineer at Chaincode Labs and Bitcoin Core Developer Source
Most of the stuff in this space doesn't get actively exploited. Look at BTCP or IOTA, both terribly, hilariously insecure, and, yet . . . nothing. That doesn't make them secure; it only means there is lower-hanging fruit for people to exploit.
JL
Infrastructure Engineer at Casa Source
IOTA is amazingly bad. I find it hard to believe it's valued at billions of dollars. I guess they have great marketing or something. I never got into it because I looked at their Java reference implementation and found it to be a mess.
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MS Myles Snider Research Associate at Multicoin Capital
While IOTA was one of the first major projects to build a DAG instead of a blockchain, we find that the approach taken by the IOTA team presents many reasons to be highly concerned. While DAG-based systems may form an important part of the future of the crypto ecosystem, we have reservations about the DAG implementation of IOTA, as listed above.
PT

PT Peter Todd Applied Cryptography Consultant
IOTA is so batshit crazy they managed to turn a theoretical one-time-signature vulnerability into an actual, practical-to-exploit one.
JL

JL Jameson Lopp Infrastructure Engineer at Casa
IOTA is amazingly bad. I find it hard to believe it's valued at billions of dollars. I guess they have great marketing or something. I never got into it because I looked at their Java reference implementation and found it to be a mess.
MC

MC Matt Corrallo Engineer at Chaincode Labs and Bitcoin Core Developer
Most of the stuff in this space doesn't get actively exploited. Look at BTCP or IOTA, both terribly, hilariously insecure, and, yet . . . nothing. That doesn't make them secure; it only means there is lower-hanging fruit for people to exploit.
GA

GA Gavin Andresen Former lead developer of Bitcoin Core
I like to think the markets will eventually abandon tech-train-wreck coins (like IOTA).
MG

MG Matthew Green Professor in Computer Science at Johns Hopkins
A quick reminder that it’s November 2018 and IOTA *still* depends on a centralized server to keep their network from forking.
TD

TD Tuur Demeester Founder of Adamant Capital
IOTA is a bad joke but still has a $4B market cap, 5x that of last summer. ICO market seems frothy still.
AP

AP Ari Paul Co-founder and CIO of BlockTower Capital
IOTA's primary pitch is to be infinitely scalable and free. This requires that users run nodes that validate transactions, and that these "users" can be things like a toaster to be applicable for IOT. Tangles use tiny amounts of PoW to validate and prevent spam. But.... if the PoW required is so low that your toaster can do it, then it's also low enough that a bad actor can mess up the graph with cheap spam.
NR

NR Noah Ruderman Software Engineer, Facebook
IOTA, made by the same geniuses who rolled their own cryptography without peer review, harassed the cryptographers who found the vulnerability, and tried to cover it all up with increasingly absurd excuses.
EG

EG Emin Gun Sirer Associate Professor of Computer Science at Cornell
IOTA has some promising ideas. Its community needs to learn to be better team players though.