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.
Alexandre touches upon how many votes you have, how your vote is weighted, and how its strength decays over time. Every EOS token holder should make sure they understand these things so that their voice can be heard on the EOS blockchain. Still have questions? Join us on Telegram: https://t.me/EOSCanada
Alexandre briefly describes `eosc` as well as where to download it from, and what it can do for you.
"Secure and simple voting" is how Alexandre describes the `eosc` tool. It can securely store your private keys, as well as send your Block Producer vote out to the EOS blockchain. Follow along as Alexandre walks us through these two important features.
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.
Earlier today, Thomas Cox from Block.one notified the community of a change that needed to be made to Article IX of the EOS Constitution. The change names a different default arbitration forum. In fact, it is the same forum that was named for over a month, until the recent changes were made by Dan Larimer and Thomas Cox.
Confused by what you've been hearing about EOS multiple chains? Let us help clear things up! Alexandre from EOS Canada discusses the common misconceptions that are floating around regarding the multiple candidate chains that are currently being tested.