“What happened this Week on EOSIO” summarises the past 7 days of news sent by EOS Go. This edition’s timeframe goes from the 16th December to the 22nd December.
The LiquidApps team published an article in which they explain how the most diffused distributed network storage system: IPFS, is not efficient because of a lack of incentive and how this can be improved through the DAPP Network.
Galaxy Digital recently announced an update to Partnership's material investment position, clarifying its position with respect to its investment in Block.One.
Block.One recently released the new release candidate for EOSIO 2 which includes security, stability and miscellaneous fixes as well as the stable release of EOSIO v1.8.7 which contains other stability fixes.
eosfinex recently launched their new affiliate program to increase the use of their Decentralized Exchanged based on EOS.
Block.One's EOS VC recently announced the new Grant Program to further fund active EOSIO community members to develop new projects that leverage the full potential of the EOSIO software.
Block.One recently published their new proposal for resource allocation in EOSIO chains. The proposal was prompted by the problems that attacked the EOS mainnet, when due to an extreme increase in demand for resources, the Resource Exchange was unable to stabilize its liquidity. This made the blockchain unusable for most users who did not have enough resources.
Dan Larimer will be a keynote speaker at Future of Money, Governance and the Law – US Capitol, a conference to be held on January 31, 2020 in Washington, D.C. where government leaders from around the world will meet to discuss plans focusing on blockchain technology and cryptocurrency.
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