Why I Join the EOS Community Part 8?

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 8?

Interesting readings from EOS and Mutablilty: https://www.reddit.com/r/eos/comments/8rk79f/eos_and_mutability/ “EOS is mutable. All blockchains are mutable with overwhelming social consensus.” Blockchains provide a trustless record of previous agreement – they don’t tell you what to do next if things need to change, but they all need to change. So every blockchain has a government structure: devs, miners, […]

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 7?

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 7?

Interesting reading from “The Market will not recover the way you want it to” https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/8q7mdy/the_market_will_not_recover_the_way_you_want_it_to/ Yes, I started as an Investor and Trader in 2018. I was then for the greed and the purpose for making profits (undesired losses). I now believed in the blockchain technology. I believed in the reward for participating in the […]

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 6?

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 6?

The Cryptoeconomics of EOS vs Ethereum with interesting readings from Ian Macalinao: https://medium.com/texascrypto/the-cryptoeconomics-of-eos-vs-ethereum-2b9498216e43 1. No Transaction fees – In Ethereum specifically, each transaction has a certain amount of “gas” associated with it and a gas limit per block. Thus in order to raise your chance of your transaction getting accepted, you increase the gas price of your […]

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 5?

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 5?

Once The EOS mainnet is launched, large portions of the dapp tokens will be airdropped to EOS token holders! Many of these dapps are unique and cutting-edge ideas. So, what are the dapps on EOS? Interesting readings on “EOS dApp Ecosystem” by Steve Floyd https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@eostribe/eos-dapp-ecosystem List of EOS dapps (not all have announcements about their free […]

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 4?

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 4?

Interesting readings taken from “The Limits of Crypto-economic Governance” by Daniel Larimer: https://medium.com/@bytemaster/the-limits-of-crypto-economic-governance-9362b8d1d5aa Firstly, EOS Mainnet Launch is about Governance.  There are three incontrovertible premise which EOS Economic Model is based on: 1. The vast majority of people have good intentions 2. You cannot prove a negative 3. There is no such thing as a closed […]

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 3?

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 3?

Thank you Tom Norwood on your contribution on How (and Why) to Vote for EOS Block Producers. https://trybe.one/how-to-vote-for-eos-block-producers-the-ultimate-guide/ EOS arbitration forum is now live. A way of resolving disputes with the help of the community – a libertarian Austrian economic way of trusting people to help themselves without/limited intervention of world governments. This facility can minimize […]

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 2?

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 2?

ICO is well explained from George Nayer. Thank you for your contribution. https://trybe.one/how-to-launch-an-ico-initial-coin-offering/ ICO in general is a high risk game, simply you have to trust that the right product must be developed according to the timeline (whitepaper) and yes, successfully launched because we are the early investors. Of course, the ICO admins may become furious […]