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.
Security is at the forefront of many crypto-enthusiasts’ minds. Securing your private keys and maintaining that security is no easy feat. EOS Canada’s multi-functional tool `eosc` has the ability to sign transactions offline from a cold wallet, making strong security accessible to all.
It cannot be stressed enough how important your vote is on the EOS blockchain. But an often misunderstood part of voting is the relative decay in strength of a vote over time. To help prevent Block Producer votes from getting out-of-date and stale, a user’s vote will lose its relative strength over time.
Recently, an EOS-focused web conference was held. EOS Ignite was the first globally-available EOS event, bringing users and speakers from across the globe together to one place. Josh from EOS Canada spoke about his involvement in developing the Worker Proposal System for the EOS Mainnet.
Alexandre gives an introduction to why multi-signature (msig) signing is a useful and powerful feature of the EOS blockchain that we should all know about. It helps to make things easier AND more secure.
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.
Namespace bidding is already a hot topic on EOS. Are users able to snag themselves a custom vanity account name, or bid on a high level domain name such as .com or .eos? Let’s discuss what you need to know to get the coolest account name on EOS.
Alexandre walks through the terms staked and unstaked EOS tokens that you may have heard. When the EOS mainnet was launched, all accounts began with tokens in three different states: 'free floating,' 'staked for CPU,' and 'staked for Bandwidth.'
Alexandre Bourget of EOS Canada reviews in 55 seconds how votes are counted on the EOS blockchain.