The EOS Referendum Working Group is pleased to invite the EOS community to join us in testing the beta release of our referendum system.
Microforks can happen on any blockchain. Alexandre explains what a microfork is, when one would happen, and why it would happen.
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EOS is very exciting, but if you don’t know where to begin to understand what it does, you’re not alone. EOS Canada has become known for our position of Leading Through Technology. As a team of deep technologists, we have tried our best to disseminate our understanding of EOS in a way that is accessible for all potential users through many videos and articles.
A unique feature of EOS compared to other blockchains is that it allows a user to create a unique, human-readable account name. This helps to alleviate issues that arise through the use of public keys or public key hashes as the main identifier of an account, i.e. the long strings of characters seen on the Bitcoin and Ethereum networks.
Alexandre from EOS Canada introduces our new endpoint, that gives you a guarantee your transaction was included in a block.
A prominent Korean Crypto YouTuber, KillaWhale, recently hosted a panel to discuss the Worker Proposal System of EOS. Some of the key points were: how it could benefit the token holders, how it could be corrupted, and why it is important for the future of EOS.
Josh from EOS Canada recently took some time to sit down with Yves La Rose (EOS Nation) to discuss the current design that is being proposed for the Worker Proposal System. It was part of his series to give insight to EOS token holders into the different proposals that will be up for referendum shortly.