The Trybe Whitepaper has gone through quite a few revisions over the past few months, but we think it’s close to being complete. We’d like to thank everyone who has taken the time to read it and provide feedback. We’ve tried our best to listen to that feedback and modify it as we see fit, […]
As you all know, the initial TRYBE token airdrop will take place on the 11th of September – in just a few days time! The snapshot of TRYBE tokens in your Trybe.one account will take taken sometime on that date (time undisclosed) and soon after this, your TRYBE tokens will be delivered to your EOS […]
Here at Trybe we are always on the lookout for other great projects in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space – and one project we’ve had our eye on for a while is the Brave browser and the BAT token (Basic Attention Token). This is a project headed by Brendan Eich, who has an impressive list […]
The airdrop scene has changed a lot in the last few months since EOS was first launched. Originally everyone who was building a dApp on EOS was going to do an airdrop as it seemed like an inexpensive way to distribute your tokens to EOS holders. The theory was that by delivering your tokens to […]
Ivan talks about what Dan Larimer has been up to on Github 🙂
A great discussion with Thomas Cox, Nathan Rempel, and various EOS side-chains about governance, arbitration, tokens, resources, and dApps on all the current EOS side-chain projects.
Going by the mysterious name of Sean T, one EOS developer has come up with one of the first fully operational dApps on EOS – Bingo!! That’s right, folks. You heard it. That game your grandparents used to play has become one of the hippest joints in the EOSphere… With the likes of Josh from […]
The new RAM renting system in EOS is complicated. In this video Colin on Crypto breaks it down for us:
If you haven’t already checked it out, watch the latest EOS Radio broadcast by the EOS GO team.
In this article, I’m going to run you through all the features of EOS accounts and keypairs, and I’m also going to show you how to keep your EOS account as safe as possible – by using separate active and owner keys, and by setting up Telegram and Email alerts on your account to notify […]