ICO Alert hosts a weekly podcast series, called Everything EOS. Each week, hosts Zack Gall and Rob Finch discuss their take on all things relevant that are happening in the EOS space. Lately, Zack has also started adding extra episodes where he interviews companies, dApps, or EOS-influencers to do a deeper dive on specific topics that may be relevant to the community.
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.
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 16.
I recently had the pleasure of being invited to Shanghai to take part in two major EOS events, one hosted by EOS Gravity and one hosted by EOS Cannon, Cybex, Wancloud, and JRR Crypto. I would like to take this opportunity to thank my hosts and the whole community for welcoming us and to acknowledge the incredible enthusiasm surrounding EOS in China. I had the pleasure of nurturing many new friendships, and look forward to growing these many relationships.
EOS Canada has chosen the slogan “Leading Through Technology.” Our team is deeply rooted in technology creation, and we strive to share our skill set with the EOS blockchain user base. This is our roadmap of tools and information that we propose to offer to the EOS network.
EOS Canada believes that vote buying is detrimental to the health of the EOS network. It is short-sighted and only serves those voters who are receiving dividends, it detracts value from the platform (and all EOS token holders). As a Block Producer, EOS Canada believes in the value of long-term network building.
Here’s a quick summary of the EOS.IO draft constitution version 3.0 so far. We wanted to create a single point where everything else can be referenced, to facilitate easier and quicker access. Thomas Cox has been proposing his views on how this should come together, but is only taking the lead and encourages others to make suggestions/changes/their own requests.
Disclaimer: We are aware that the block reward system is in constant change. At the original date of posting, this model encapsulated the latest information available. Once more definitive information becomes available, we will be reworking the model to reflect those changes.
One of the first steps any business has to take before opening up shop is to run an analysis on their projected revenue and return. We at EOS Canada felt that the community would benefit from a public model that can be tailored to each person’s assumptions to help in their decision making. After all, if a Block Producer (BP) or Standby Producer (SP) can’t fund their operation, they would have to drop out of their role.
Alexandre Bourget, of EOS Canada, walks you through all of the files you’ll need to help launch the EOS network on June 3, 2018. On that day, the Block Producers will have to work together to bring the most powerful network the blockchain world has ever seen into existence. Follow along with us as we go over the source code that will make this happen.