IOTA greets its new member to its development and research team 22292
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Madhurima Roy
Sep 4, 2018 at 10:18 AM

IOTA Foundation has included a new member in its development and research team. Michael Nati has joined the team, bringing on-board his in-depth technical knowledge and multi-sector exposure to the IOTA platform. His distinctive skill to handle multiple stakeholders, will supposedly also add a great value for adoption and evolution of the IOTA protocol.

David Sønstebø, the founder of IOTA, announced the news of the new addition through a Medium post and welcomed Nati on board. IOTA also made the announcement on Twitter:

Nati brings his extensive 15 years experience to IOTA

Michele Nati, PhD has 15 years of experience in handling data and IoT. He has worked on research & development and on innovation in a number of roles, from Academia to SMEs to government bodies.

Looking forward to the new opportunity, Nati said: “The IOTA technology and vision bring together all the aspects that have filled my technical and research interests for the last 15 years, IoT (from its early stage), data and trust. I believe these are the same three pillars on top of which innovation should now be created. I like the way the IOTA Foundation is working and establishing its presence in different vertical domains, through open innovation, demonstrators and partnership, rather than just capitalising only on the value associated with a cryptocurrency.

I am very excited to use my experience in managing multi-stakeholder initiatives, to find real world problems and to help with adoption of IOTA as trust infrastructure for creation of new data sharing ecosystem.”

 

 

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