As IXIs transmit their payload (token, data, messages,…) through the Ict network, these transactions directly inherit the properties of the Tangle. Therefore, all transactions carried out by the modules are fee-less, instantaneous, decentralized and immutable. By extension, all applications created using IXIs are therefore censorship-resistant and persistent in the network.
These modules are developed by the IOTA Foundation. Usually you would find them in the “Supported modules” list of Ict’s graphical user interface.
Bridge.ixi represents the interface which allows modules written in any programming language to interact with the underlying infrastructure. By giving everyone the opportunity to participate with their desired programming language, Bridge.ixi will help grow the module ecosystem as well as have positive impact on the overall development.
This IXI module allows users in the Ict network to exchange messages on a permissionless, distributed data-integrity protocol – the Tangle.
This module implements the Economic Clustering consensus. During the development phase of Ict, this module is hard-coded in Ict’s core. It will be ported into an IXI module afterward so users can chose which consensus protocol they want to use.
This IXI links arbitrary data with any number of other data pieces. As a result, it circumvents the usual limit of transactions that can be referenced. This module is required for the good operation of Qubic.
This module pairs Ict nodes automatically with other available nodes. It relies in a central server operated by Microhash to assign a neighbor to participating Ict devices. The next version will get rid of the central server to operate in a proper decentralized way.
Remark: It is highly recommanded to keep one or two static neighbors as long as IcTinder is still in beta. This will ensure a proper connection will alaways remain in case of issues with IcTinder.
The purpose of serialization ixi is to provide a simple way to store/exchange structured data on the tangle.
Up-to-date: In development
These modules are developed by independent developers of the IOTA community.
This IXI module collects metrics about the Ict instance running it and reports those data to an external service. These data are then opened to the public through and API and allow other developers to provide extra services such as visualizers and monitoring tools.
This modules acts as a ZMQ subscription service for Ict nodes.
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