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In the series of posts “What Should You Vote For?”, we highlight what all current and potential EOS community members should understand what is a Block Producer and why you should care. This article has been updated to reflect the most recent changes in the EOS design – June 7, 2018 In a nutshell, the…

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Block.one announced that the EOS blockchain infrastructure would support the use of Ricardian Contracts. We at EOS Canada believe that it’s worth taking the time to understand what a Ricardian Contract is, and why the community should care about this important addition to the infrastructure. What is a Ricardian Contract Simply put, Ricardian Contracts are…

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In the eos-bios Q&A serie, Alexandre answer the question asked in the EOSIO BIOS Boot Telegram to know how block producers agree on the content of the chain, who decide which contracts go in and who build them.   eos-bios is available on the EOS Canada’s GitHub repository. Join the conversation in the EOSIO BIOS…

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Inflation of EOS tokens drives the entire system – funds the Block Producers, the Worker Proposal Fund, and allows for free transactions for users. The launch of the EOS network is fast approaching and we still see a lot of questions surrounding the inflation system. We would like to clear up a few things. How…

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In June 2018, EOS token holders will be able to vote for their favourite Block Producers – like EOS Canada. A recurring question being asked around EOS blockchain forums and chats is “How do I use my tokens to vote?” There are a few solutions that we are pleased to share to help you understand…