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Knowledge Base

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    Whitelist

    Jul 17, 2019 2:27:36 PM / by EOS Canada

    A whitelist is a subjective measure that a blockchain node can put into effect to allow transactions to be put into a block only if they are listed on their author (account) or contract whitelist. Each node can specify their own whitelist, and these are not publicly viewable. Even if a node does not have the author/contract on their whitelist, it will still accept the transaction as valid if another Block Producer places the transaction into a block. To completely block transactions that are not on the whitelist from being added, all Block Producers will need to have the same whitelist settings at all times. Whitelist takes precedence over blacklist. Watch our video explanation.

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    Greylist

    Jul 15, 2019 2:01:15 PM / by EOS Canada

    Greylisting an account means that this account will only have access to the amount of resources for which it has delegated. When the blockchain is under-utilized, users and dapps may utilize a portion of the unused bandwidth of the chain. However, a greylisted account will always be limited to their objective limits.

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    Blacklist

    Jul 15, 2019 1:56:46 PM / by EOS Canada

    A blacklist is a subjective measure that a blockchain node can put into effect to block itself from putting into a block any transactions that were authorized by a defined list of blocked authors (accounts), or any transactions that interact with a defined list of contracts. Each node can specify their own blacklist, and these are not publicly viewable. If a node has blacklisted an author/contract, it will still accept the transaction as valid if another Block Producer places the transaction into a block. To ensure that an account or contract is fully blocked, all Block Producers will need to have the blocked account/contract on their blacklist at all times. Whitelist takes precedence over blacklist. Watch our video explanation.
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    Microfork

    Jul 15, 2019 1:50:22 PM / by EOS Canada

    A microfork occurs when a Block Producer begins to produce blocks with the same block height as a block that was recently produced. This is often the result of high latency between producing nodes, which may occur from time to time. Since this is a small divergence in the flow of blocks on the blockchain, this is known as a microfork. There is very little cause for concern, and microforks should be almost undetectable to the average user. Watch our video explanation.

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    Hard Fork

    Jul 15, 2019 1:47:54 PM / by EOS Canada

    When there are any changes made to the consensus mechanism on the blockchain, there needs to be a hard fork to demarcate this change in the software that is run by both validating and non-validating nodes. Any node that does not upgrade their software will no longer be able to accept blocks from the new part of the chain.

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    Retire

    Jul 15, 2019 1:28:31 PM / by EOS Canada

    Retiring a token removes it from the circulating supply entirely. This is similar to burning a token, however it has the added benefit that those tokens are no longer considered when calculating inflation. Only a multisig of 15 of 21 Block Producers can call this action.

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    Burn

    Jul 15, 2019 1:27:08 PM / by EOS Canada

    In blockchain, to burn a token is to make it unusable.  This is typically done by sending the token to an account with a nulled key (cryptographically inaccessible). However, since EOSIO allows 15 of 21 Block Producers to access tokens on an account that has nulled keys, it is best to burn tokens by using the retire function to remove the tokens from circulation completely. Further, since inflation is based upon the total supply, tokens burned by sending to a nulled account, but not those burned with the retire action, will still be included in the circulating supply.

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    Parent Account

    Jul 15, 2019 1:24:05 PM / by EOS Canada

    When a new account is created, the new account is considered the child of the account that created it, which is known as the parent account.

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    Child Account

    Jul 15, 2019 1:22:45 PM / by EOS Canada

    When a new account is created, the new account is considered the child of the account that created it, which is known as the parent account.

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    System Account

    Jul 15, 2019 1:17:02 PM / by EOS Canada

    These are accounts that begin with the prefix eosio.* and hold either the code or the funds for native blockchain actions (such as voting, multisig, account creation, and so on). To see a list of all system accounts and what each one does, be sure to read our article.

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    EOS Studio

    Jul 15, 2019 1:12:14 PM / by EOS Canada

    A popular Integrated Development Environment (IDE) built by Obsidian Labs. EOS Studio is a powerful and easy-to-use environment for dapp development, available for free to any developer looking to work on an EOSIO blockchain.

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      How To Vote For EOS Canada

      Vote for EOS Canada as a Block Producer with the user account:

      Vote with - a command line tool for securely storing your private keys and casting your vote

      `eosc`