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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #240 on: June 10, 2019, 12:23:32 pm »
Hi, who can write me an application that will control my metrics in SMS and E-mail marketing?

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #241 on: June 11, 2019, 09:07:59 am »
Hi, who can write me an application that will control my metrics in SMS and E-mail marketing?
What do you mean? We are talking about the progress of EOS blockchain and any other related with EOS such as
Dan Larimer Interview: EOS 2.0, Voice Launch, EOSVM, WebAuthn, WebAssembly.

Ivan On Tech managed to interview Dan Larimer on his Youtube Channel, about EOS 2.0, Voice Launch, EOSVM and WebAuthn.

They recommend everyone to watch the interview, as it clarifies many questions and doubts that have arisen since B1June.

Watch the interview:


NodeONE is launching the EOS Vote Tracker.

NodeONE recently announced the EOS Vote Tracker, a tool in which the EOS community can easily view and track changing voting trend in EOS mainnet. Users can use the EOS Vote Tracker to gain a perspective of voting trends for producers, proxies, and individual voters.

The tool was originally developed by EOS Mediterranean, but due to the bear market, they couldn't maintain it and was taken down. Fortunately, the two teams met in person and decided to bring it back to the community thanks to NodeONE support.

Access EOS Vote Tracker: eosvotetracker.io
Read more: https://medium.com/@eosnodeone/nodeone-is-launching-the-eos-vote-tracker-c0c3f07bb255

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #241 on: June 11, 2019, 09:07:59 am »

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #242 on: June 12, 2019, 06:15:51 am »
Examining the current state of DPoS Networks.

EOS42 released a report analyzing the current status of DPoS networks. In the document they explore several blockchains that use on-chain voting as a primary. The report was produced for the purpose of raising
awareness of the impact caused by built-in base layer mechanisms that govern each of the examined blockchains.

The analysis is broken down into five parts:
 1. Assessing the current state of EOS
 2. Assessing the voter participation
 3. Distribution of votes
 4. Assessing the inflation rate
 5. Distribution of block rewards

Read more: https://medium.com/@eos42/examining-the-current-state-of-delegated-proof-of-stake-dpos-networks-46b2ce93c34

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #243 on: June 15, 2019, 09:00:22 am »
Hello guys i have got good news about the development of EOS especially from the developer of team EOS here is the good news.

EOS is a Client of Lobbying Firm Holland & Knight 

Block.one has disclosed that it is a client of a lobbying firm in a disclosure form registered in May.

In the Specific lobbying issues (current and anticipated) field Block.one indicated “policy related to blockchain.” Block.one has apparently contributed $30,000 for lobbying activities.

Learn More: https://cointelegraph.com/news/eos-developer-blockone-working-with-lobbying-firm-on-blockchain-issues

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #244 on: June 18, 2019, 03:16:36 am »
EOSIO on the cloud through EOS Studio Web.

EOS Studio recently announced EOS Studio Web, the cloud version of their EOSIO IDE set to be released on June 24th.

"With EOS Studio Web, everyone can open a browser and build dApps right away. It takes care of everything from CDT to EOSIO node on the cloud. No Installation needed. In addition, dApp teams are sharing their OPEN-SOURCED SMART CONTRACTS on EOS Studio Web, helping developers to ramp up."

Features:
 - Web code editor for EOSIO
 - Cloud-based smart contract compiler
 - Manage multiple projects
 - Sign transactions with Scatter
 - Contract Inspector & Account Viewer

Learn more: https://www.eosstudio.io/web

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #245 on: June 19, 2019, 07:15:45 am »
Bithumb announces start of EOS blockchain voting.

The largest Korean cryptocurrency exchange, Bithumb, announced that it will begin participating in EOS voting. They will support BPs which contribute to the improvement of the EOS ecosystem by comprehensively examining their pledges and behavior. At first they intend to vote through proxies which are philosophically aligned with their intent.

"They consider that EOS has high potential to be developed into a popular and useful platform because of its exceptional scalability and large number of supportable decentralized applications."

Read more: https://medium.com/eos-nodeone/bithumb-announces-start-of-eos-blockchain-voting-4231d734a45b

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #246 on: June 21, 2019, 05:18:09 am »
PredIQt Beta MVP is coming at the end of June.

According to their latest article, PredIQt Network plan to launch their MVP beta version at the end of this month. Through PredIQt MVP Beta, users will be able to participate in markets and test out of the functionality of the product.

"PredIQt will enable a market for oracles that fosters competition among various oracle systems to offer the strongest guarantees, fastest resolutions, and most consistency to users."

The PredIQt MVP will feature a small number of curated markets that will be resolved via a multi-sig contract of trusted EOS community members:
 - LibertyBlock
 - HK EOS
 - EOS Cannon
 - EOS Argentina
 - Freedom Proxy

After the MVP launch, they will support new types of oracles, such as:
 - Distributed Resolution via IQ Tokens
 - Centralized Oracles
 - Trusted Data Feeds
 - LiquidApps DSPs
 - Multi-Signature Oracles
 - Resolution-as-a-Service DACs

Read more: https://medium.com/@prediqtnetwork/oracles-on-prediqt-6bfbe7619cd0

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #247 on: June 22, 2019, 03:50:18 am »
EOS Virtual Machine: A High-Performance Blockchain WebAssembly Interpreter.

Block.One released the first version of the EOS VM announced at B1June. This release is still in development and not intended for use in production environments.

"They built EOS VM to be a high performance interpreter specialized for blockchain applications, but its focus on low latency and other performance efficiencies will make it a competitive alternative for many WebAssembly use cases. They expect EOS VM to increase performance up to 6X more making WebAssembly execution in EOSIO 2 up to 12X faster than when EOSIO was released just one year ago."

EOS VM features:
 - Extremely Fast Execution
 - Extremely Fast Parsing/Loading
 - Efficient Time Bound Execution
 - Deterministic Execution
 - C++ / Header Only Integration
 - Highly Extensible Design

EOS VM Developer Preview: https://github.com/EOSIO/eos-vm

Read more: https://eos.io/news/eos-virtual-machine-a-high-performance-blockchain-webassembly-interpreter/

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #248 on: June 26, 2019, 07:15:15 am »
Decentralizing in Spite of Pareto Principle, Dan's proposal for EOS voting system.

After the long discussions on how to improve the voting system on the EOS mainnet. Dan has recently published a new article that summarizes the concepts previously exposed on Telegram.

In the article Dan exposes the problems of every type of Consensus mechanisms arising from the Pareto principle, according to which 20% of people hold 80% of the wealth.

Precisely because of the Pareto principle, the Consensus mechanisms tend to centralize the control of a blockchain in the hands of a few. With his new proposal Dan wants to limit the influence of the Pareto principle, through Multiple Independent Pareto Distributions:

"Each Pareto distribution centralizes control into a few parties who have natural strengths; however, if you utilize multiple independent or ideally mutually exclusive measurements, then you can multiply the level of decentralization by the number of Pareto distributions."

How can Multiple Independent Pareto Distributions be implemented on the EOS mainnet?
 1. Giving RAM Voting Weight
 2. Giving Stake-Time Voting Weight
 3. Infinite Stake-Time Voting Weight
 4. Rewarding Non-Voting Users

Dan wants to divide the 21 producers into 4 categories:
  - 8 producers voted by EOS Staked^2
  - 8 producers voted by Days staked * EOS staked^2
  - 3 producers voted by RAM holders
  - 2 producers voted by (avg EOS burned / Day)

Read more: https://medium.com/@bytemaster/decentralizing-in-spite-of-pareto-principle-eda86bb8228b?sk=fc70524065b1cbded7f1462a4b87508f

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #249 on: June 28, 2019, 07:58:52 am »
Hello community of EOS i have found interesting updating about the EOS, if you are interested in learning EOSIO development, or do you know others who might be? The Block.one Developer Relations team is hosting a free “Introduction to EOSIO” webinar on the 10th of July. Please feel free to sign up, and share the link with your network: https://eos.io/webinars/ that's good information about the EOS and i think it is important announcement related with EOS blockchain so i shared it on here for all of community cryptocurrencies especially for EOS. Enjoy it.

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #250 on: June 29, 2019, 10:02:44 am »
Dan's solution on how to Decentralize Governance.

Dan Larimer recently released a new article on his personal Medium page: "Decentralizing Governance". The article explains how past and current governance systems have been undermined by the Pareto principle. From strength-based governance, where those who managed to prevail over others ruled, to democracy, where good looks, propaganda and political strategy are the basis.

Random sampling could actually be a better way of governance as the majority of people are honest with good intentions. However most people don't won't to rule others, and this means that the result would still be biased toward the power-hungry and away from the leave-me-alone types.

So what's Dan's solution?

"the solution is to have a large number of competitive games that require a vast range of skills and/or genetic predisposition. [...] there should be 1000 different competitions requiring a diverse set of skills that no single group of the population can possess. [...] Once the best of the 1000 different fields are selected, governance would require 2/3 approval."

"The key to decentralization of governance is keeping it open to new people and avoiding creating barriers to entry that are biased toward any single minority."

This applies also to Blockchain's governance. If their governance system is entirely based on a single Proof-of-X metric, their model, through the Pareto principle, will surely become centralized.

Read more: https://medium.com/@bytemaster/decentralizing-governance-7bb43ddae81d

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #251 on: June 30, 2019, 07:36:54 am »
Learn more about EOSIO™ Strategic Vision.

Block.One shared on the eos.io website their strategic vision for the EOSIO software.

"Block.one is committed to working with the community to develop a platform that will strengthen and grow the ecosystem. The following are foundational pillars through which we aim to make EOSIO™ the fastest, most scalable, and easiest to use blockchain in the world."

4 Pillars:
 - Scalability: more apps, more users
 - Developers: better tooling, faster app development
 - Users: Greater security, less friction
 - Enterprise: Greater flexibility, better compliance

Read more: https://eos.io/strategic-vision/

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #252 on: July 01, 2019, 03:50:18 am »
EOSIO™ v1.8.0: Stable Release is now available. Voice release is getting closer.

Block.One recently announced the new stable released of EOSIO v1.8.0. This release marks major enhancements for EOSIO paving the way for a more secure and scalable future for EOSIO based blockchains.

This updates facilitate the activation of the consensus protocol upgrade. 2/3 of active BPs will be allowed to activate features individually to modify the protocol rules when completing the upgrade.

In this way it will be possible to activate various protocol features, including "ONLY_BILL_FIRST_AUTHORIZER". Through this feature, dApp developers will be able to build alternative models for paying the CPU and Network resource costs. Which is an essential feature for Voice Block.One's app release.

Read more: https://eos.io/news/eosio-version-1-8-0-rc1-eosio-consensus-protocol-upgrade-release-candidate-for-enhanced-security-and-usability-features/

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #253 on: July 04, 2019, 04:05:17 am »
Major EOS DApps are joining the DAPP Network.

LiquidApps recently announced that some of the most performing EOS mainnet DApps are joining the DAPP Network to make their dApps more powerful, more scalable ad more user friendly.

Among these dApps we can find Effect.ai, Sense.Chat, Ore ID, AirdropsDAC, KARMA and PredIQt. According to a recent case study in Karma’s RAM costs just by using vRAM, is it possible to reduce RAM requirements by as much as 99%.

In the case of KARMA they could be able fo save around 1.4MB of RAM per week, equivalent to about 139 EOS per week at today's price. 

Watch dApps Join the DAPP Network: youtu.be/JGtjfvGa1Lc
Read Karma's case study: https://medium.com/@liquidapps/eos-dapps-and-their-ram-expenses-39352417be5c

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Re: The development of EOS
« Reply #254 on: July 06, 2019, 04:24:21 am »
LiquidAccounts are here, first LiquidApp is running on EOS.

The LiquidApps team announced the arrival of LiquidAccounts. With LiquidAccounts (prev. vAccounts) dApp developers have an opportunity to offer free virtual accounts as a means of seamless user on-boarding.

The team recreated Block.One's tutorial game Elemental Battles and added some of the DAPP Network solutions:
 - vRAM
 - LiquidAccounts
 - LiquidDNS
 - Frontend stored on IPFS

This new version of Elemental Battles is now the first LiquidApp running on EOS.
Try the game now at https://cardgame1112.dnsregistry1.com/

 

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