IOTA is a cryptocurrency and open-source distributed ledger created specifically for the Internet of Things (IoT). In order to potentially scale more effectively than distributed ledgers based on blockchain, it uses a directed acyclic graph to store transactions on its ledger. In IOTA, nodes that issue new transactions on the network must first approve two older transactions, as opposed to using miners to validate transactions. As a result, transactions can be issued without a cost, enabling microtransactions. As of [date], the network reaches consensus using a coordinator node run by the IOTA Foundation. The network is currently centralized since the coordinator is a single point of failure.

A distributed ledger called IOTA (MIOTA) is utilized in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem to keep track of and carry out transactions between people and devices. Tangle, an open-source, cost-free, and scalable distributed ledger where data and value can transfer easily, is the main invention of IOTA. Tangle, according to IOTA, is quicker and more effective than conventional blockchains. 

It’s interesting to note that the platform positions itself as the IoT’s backbone, acting as a network with tamper-proof data, fee-free micropayments, and minimal resource requirements. By enabling straightforward machine-to-machine transactions and connecting the human and machine economies, IOTA seeks to establish a “machine economy.”


IOTA was founded by Sergey Ivancheglo, Sergei Popov, David Snsteb, and Dominik Schiener. The concept was introduced in October 2015 by announcing a token sale in an online Bitcoin community. Crowdfunding brought in almost $500,000 in 2015. To ensure the long-term stability of the project, the community contributed 5% of the tokens to the foundation.

The research article on Coordicide, a decentralized consensus method employed by IOTA, that was co-authored by members of the IOTA Foundation was published in January 2020. On April 30, 2018, Serguei Popov released a Tangle research paper.

IOTA’s live price is $ 0.1842027 per (MIOTA/USD), and its market capitalization is currently $ 512.00M USD. The daily trading volume is $5.61 million. The real-time pricing of MIOTA to USD is updated. IOTA has gained 0.58 percent over the past day and has 2.78 billion in circulation.

The rise in Miota price started at the beginning of 2023 when it rose from a low of $0.1678 to a high of $0.2746. Price has been on a negative trend ever then, making lower lows. After finding support near $0.18 and beginning to increase, the Iota price did attempt to retest the yearly high, but the move was halted when the price encountered resistance near $0.24.


The price of cryptocurrencies trades above their respective 20- and 50-day EMAs, indicating a growing bullish market trend. The price is being supported by the 20-day EMAs. The Chaikin money flow score of 0.07 indicates price strength. The rising bullish momentum is shown by the relative strength indicator, which is at 57.78. 

RSI is trending upward as well. Price is currently moving close to the upper band of Bollinger after rejecting the 20-day SMA. The long/short ratio is 1.15, with 53.63% of long positions and 46.37% of short positions, showing strong buyer activity during the past day. 

The 200-day simple moving average (SMA) is currently being traded below by IOTA. Since May 30, 2023, the 200-day SMA has been indicating SELL for the previous 42 days.

IOTA’s price is currently below its 50-day SMA, and for the past 1 day, starting on July 10, 2023, this indicator has been indicating a SELL.

On January 19, 2022, 538 days ago, the Bitcoin market saw its most recent Death Cross. The most recent Golden Cross occurred 643 days ago, on October 6, 2021.

Our technical indicators predict that IOTA’s 200-day SMA will grow during the coming month and reach $ 0.203355 by August 9 of 2023. By August 9th, 2023, the short-term 50-Day SMA for IOTA is predicted to reach $0.0188304.

What does IOTA’s 14-day RSI stand for and for?

The 14-day RSI for IOTA is at 51.35, which shows that MIOTA is now in a neutral state.

IOTA’s price is analyzed using the RSI (Relative Strength Index), a very well-liked technical indicator, along with the values of many other assets. The RSI is most frequently applied over a period of 14 days. Market momentum is measured using the RSI. The RSI indicator produces readings from 0 to 100, with 30 and 70 being significant levels. The asset is currently undervalued if the RSI reading is below 30, and it is currently overvalued if the RSI reading is above 70.

What does the Fear & Greed Index represent?

The Fear & Greed Index revealed the following about the market’s present mood: extreme fear (0–24), fear (25–49), neutral (50), greed (51–75), and extreme greed (76–100). While a dominantly optimistic emotion can be a good opportunity to sell, other traders view a dominantly negative feeling as a good opportunity to purchase. Various measures, such as price volatility, trading volume, social media mood, and more are used to generate the Fear & Greed index.

Prediction: IOTA pricing forecast to 2024?

According to our forecast for the growth of the technology industry, the estimated price of MIOTA would range between $ 0.544365 and $ 1.634718, which means that in the best-case scenario, the price of IOTA is anticipated to increase by 820.16% by 2025.

IOTA pricing forecast to 2025?

According to our forecast for the expansion of the technology industry, the predicted price of MIOTA would range from $0.696841 to $3.63, which means that by 2026, the price of IOTA is likely to increase by a maximum of 1,941.18%.

IOTA pricing forecast to 2026?

According to our forecast for the expansion of the technology sector, the price of MIOTA is anticipated to be between $ 0.892027 and $ 8.04, which means that in the best case scenario, the price of IOTA will increase by 4,427.95% by 2027.

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