Earn EOS renting your EOS with the new EOS leasing DAPP Chintai (https://www.chintai-eos.io/). The release of Chintai is scheduled for August 28.  Once the platform is live I will be jumping on it to test it out and do another video.

From the dashboard preview above, it appears as though there will be markets in 3, 7, 14, 30, 60, and 90 day leases.  Scatter appears to be the way we will be able to use this EOS leasing DAPP.

Again once the DAPP is live I will be playing around with it and doing more videos on it, so stay tuned!

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  1. AetherMass

    This will be obsolete after the CPU tokens are added. Personally, I do not like giving my EOS to a contract when there is a way to delegate resources without doing so. Hopefully, this will be fixed soon.

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  2. Rich Reeve

    I have high hopes for this Dapp as I’ve always intended to lease my EOS since I purchased. It’ll be interesting to see how the market moves. I imagine you will get the best rates the longer you lease for so I intend to lease for 3 months at a time but before I act, I’m going to watch how the price changes. Hopefully, this dapp will further increase the price of an EOS token as its another added layer of value that will encourage tokens being locked-up and off the market i.e scarcity.

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  3. globalgreg

    No official announcement yet through their signup email notification network. It was supposed to be August 21st. But postponed until tomorrow. But it may get postponed again? No news yet to say its on for sure. Concerns were raised in comments in TG via their BP group, EOSTribe, about RAM costs and current market. I’ll definitely be checking in too and testing out! Dan Larimer and Block.one also proposing a similar idea…so some competition expected. I wonder what that will mean? Healthy right? Thanks for the post and info share.

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