“What happened this Week on EOSIO” summarises the past 7 days of news sent by EOS Go. This edition’s timeframe goes from the 25th May to the 31st of May.
The EOS Rio team announced the release of Hyperion 3.0, a history API for EOSIO-based blockchains. Through this new updates, many new features such as actions streaming, polyfills API and andavanced queries have been made available.
The Greymass team announced the upcoming release of the mobile version of their EOSIO wallet Anchor. The Desktop version was released just over a month ago, and until then it received a lot of positive feedbacks. With the release of Anchor Mobile, EOSIO chain users will have a new easy access to their favorite dApps.
Every week we will publish the Top 3 best EOS tokens performers. The ranking is based on weekly 3 aspects:
This week's top performers are:
Since today Block.One has finally started to use its EOS stake to vote Block Producers on the mainnet. It's an event that the community has been expecting since the launch of the chain in 2018, and now almost two years later we can count on the direct involvement of Block.One.
During the month of February Block.One launched the #EOSIOChallenge, which consisted of creating an EOSIO smart contract capable of invoking EVM (Solidity) Smart Contracts in a virtual Ethereum-like environment. In nutshell to demonstrate that "EOS can run ETH inside a single contract" (Dan Larimer) with a working implementation.
In their latest article LiquidApps explained how a Sharding solution can be implemented through LiquidChains, allowing developers a new system to drastically scale a blockchain network. How does the solution proposed by LiquidApps work?
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