EOS Canada would like to take a moment to reflect on the values we hold dear, and on the standards we’d like the community to hold us to.
A hot topic issue that has been getting a lot of attention in the EOS ecosystem is exchanges voting for Block Producers, and the very hypothetical case that a malicious exchange could use their users’ tokens without their consent. At EOS Canada, we wanted to give some insight into this topic.
Since the launch of the EOS Mainnet, EOS Canada has received many questions from the community. We wanted to provide a single place where users can find answers to understand voting on EOS. Feel free to send any questions you may have to our Telegram channel, and we will add to this list as needed.
A Long Journey
On 22 May 2017 a software company calling itself Block.One revealed EOS to the world, and announced their intent to launch a “new blockchain operating system designed to support commercial decentralized applications.” In the year since that first announcement, a passionate and diverse community has rallied around the platform. This community has grown to hundreds of thousands across the globe, united behind that original vision, working together towards the most ambitious decentralized launch effort of a public blockchain network the world has ever seen.
Alexandre helps explain what it means when Block Producers say that they are validating the EOS blockchain before it launches.
With the launch of the mainnet of EOS looming within the upcoming hours, Block.one has just released the EOSIO v1.0 software. EOS Canada, alongside Block Producers and community members across the globe, will start pouring through the lines of code.
The EOS Network will lead the introduction of the 3rd generation blockchains into mainstream adoption. EOS Canada wants to help secure and build this revolution based on 6 pillars through which we shine as a Block Producer: Technology, Experience, Tools, Leadership, Education, and Stability.
In a unique worldwide community effort, EOS Canada (Canadian EOS Block Producer Candidate) is one of the leading teams participating in the launch of the EOS network - the most scalable blockchain, starting June 2nd, 2018.
As the launch of the EOS blockchain approaches, a group of Block Producers are testing the EOS BIOS sequence to work through the software to help ensure a successful and secure launch. The `eos-bios` tool allows for multiple stages to take place. Here is the report with the highlights and improvement of the Stage 17.
As the launch of the EOS blockchain approaches, a group of Block Producers are testing the EOS BIOS sequence to work through the software to help ensure a successful and secure launch. The `eos-bios` tool allows for multiple stages to take place. Here is the report with the highlights and improvement of the Stage 15.