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We all know that on the EOSIO platform you can enjoy high TPS and no fee. We also know, however, that there are problems with the scarcity of some resources such as the CPU, network and RAM. CPU and network are consumed especially by “actions” that ask the smart contract to make calculations, NET is…

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This is a beginner’s guide, to setup a simple development environment for the EOSIO blockchain, which will get you up and running in five simple steps from zero to your first smart contract in less than 10 minutes. Afterwards, you will know how to code and test your own smart contracts on an EOS testnet…

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Some of you EOS fan boys might of noticed you received 31 ZKS token the other day  (it might still be on going so dont panic every account is getting the airdrop) and might be thinking what the heck is ZKS and why 31 tokens. Well i can answer what ZKS tokens are but have no…

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Yep thats right every EOS account can now claim 1.4 kb of ram for free and its super easy all you need to do is stake or unstake any amount of CPU or NET ( i did 0.1 CPU) on any wallet that allows you too. Soon as you do it you will receive the…

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You can claim 1400 bytes of RAM free. See below article for details: https://medium.com/eos-new-york/the-cost-of-account-creation-on-eos-has-been-reduced-by-25-6e10a273c54c It would have been better if we received the free RAM without doing anything. But it’s great that you don’t have to call a new contract or something specific to get the RAM. You can stake/unstake CPU/network or buy RAM to…

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The Exploit The EOS group has been confronting issues with the RAM abuse issue.  A malicious user can install code on their account which will allow them to insert rows in the name of another account sending them tokens. This lets them steal RAM by inserting large amounts of garbage into rows when dapps/users send…

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I come across a post the other day about EOS and the cost of running a dapp’s, im still a little confused from what it was taking about so ill put my own take on it and hope a more tech savvy person can confirm or correct me. For simplicity i will be ignoring RAM…

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This is an old post i made before the mainnet launch but i feel its still relevant today I hear a lot of FUD regarding people who are worried about inflation with EOS, which will be set at 5% per year, and how Bitcoin is deflationary. EOS has released dawn 4 which has ram trading…