From a tech standpoint, I would give the nod to IOTX over all other IoT-centric projects. On decentralization as well. The only challenge I see from a consumer or developer would be fees. IOTA touts fee-less transactions and for many this is enough to move the needle if all things are equal. I’m interested in the objective counter argument. “They may be fee-less, but…” Just interested in the various opinions out there.
- fee-less does not mean great for usage as some effort is still needed to perform a IOTA tx, which do not work for most of the IoT devices, e.g., constrained CPU, limited battery, you name it.
- Within the team, we have the idea of making something called “entangled accounts” meaning bunch of accounts are associated; one or few holding IOTXs while others just consume IOTX if they launch transactions. I believe this is the right approach for fee-less structure that adapts to many IoT scenarios, e.g., user’s account pays for gas fees for his machines.
@raullen great point regarding the limited resources on IoT devices. The entangled accounts sounds very interesting.