“What happened this Week on EOSIO” summarises the past 7 days of news sent by EOS Go. This edition’s timeframe goes from the 24th February to the 1st of March.
EOS Nation had recently made an on-chain proposal to reduce EOS mainnet inflation from 5% to 1%. The multisig has just been approved by 15+ active Block Producers, and from now on 4% more of the generated EOS supply will no longer be collected on the eosio.saving account.
Exploring EOSIO's public repository on GitHub, programmer Corvin Meyer has found a possible new resource that should be implemented in EOSIO software with the next update. We're talking about DISK. How does DISK work? And what should it be used for?
Tempo Storm recently raised $3.3M from an investment led by EOS Galaxy VC fund. Tempo Storm is one of the world's largest gaming entertainment brands, known for fielding some of the best esports teams and players in the industry's history.
Emanate has announced the arrival of its Visa Debit Card: StreamCard. Through StreamCard, Emanate's artists will be able to benefit instantly from their funds earned through streams for the first time. What are the strengths of this debit card? And how will it be used?
EOS Go is pleased to announce the launch of our latest project: EOS Go Marketcap. With our marketcap you will have real-time market data of your favorite EOSIO tokens. The marketcap section of our website will be the best place to find new tokens of the entire EOSIO ecosystem, not only launched on the EOS mainnet but also on other sister chains, including WAX, TELOS, BOS and LYNX.
The decentralized social network Newlife.ai has entered into a partnership with the Telos Foundation, under which it will launch its smart contracts on the Telos blockchain. What are the terms and features of this partnership?
The sports betting industry starts leveraging blockchain, making betting more transparent. SportBet is one of the platforms that allow betting on sports with EOS. What advantages does this new system bring? And what are the benefits for players?
Block.One recently published further details about the #EOSIOchallenge, whose goal is to create an EOSIO smart contract capable of invoking EVM (Solidity) Smart Contracts in a virtual Ethereum-like environment.
After Coinbase decided to suspend EOS withdrawals from its platform due to "degraded EOS Network performance", Block.One intervened by contacting the Coinbase team directly to help them manage their EOS operations. Apparently a new feature will also be released in the coming weeks to improve the EOSIO software.
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