Why I Join the EOS Community Part 13?

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 13?

Receive Income for Staking Voting and Hodling EOS What an interesting proposal from the readings from https://medium.com/@bytemaster/proposal-for-eos-resource-renting-rent-distribution-9afe8fb3883a What we must know about EOS: (Check) (1) We Activated Our Account on EOS mainnet (2) We Voted for 21 BPs (or less) (3) We Understand how to Use Our Key Pairs (Owner & Active) and How to Change […]

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 12?

Why I Join the EOS Community Part 12?

Blockchain for EOS Gam(e)ing or Gam(bl)ing Gam(e)ing or Gam(bling) industry can translate real-life achievements into gam(e)ing benefits or gam(bl)ing away everything by playing the game. Not surprising, blockchain technology such as eos.io can change this situation in a simple manner. By turning in-game or in-gambling items and currency into unique crypto assets. These assets can be […]

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 […]