2020-02-03

What happened this week on EOSIO | Jan. 27 - Feb. 2

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“What happened this Week on EOSIO” summarises the past 7 days of news sent by EOS Go. This edition’s timeframe goes from the 27th January to the 2nd of February.


EOSLocally Now Supports WAX, EOSDT and USDT!

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EOSLocally, the first P2P EOS-FIAT trading platform is happy to share that you can now buy and sell WAX, EOSDT and a light version of USDT on their decentralised platform!

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Designing a self-securing smart-contract development platform

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The security engineer and EOS Go contributor Dexaran published a new article describing methods for improving security for DAPP development. This method can be used to create a DAPP development platform that will prevent poorly designed apps, as previously happened on the EOS mainnet.

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WAX announced new partnership with AIKON

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WAX recently announced their new partnership with AIKON, a Blockchain API service. Through this partnership AIKON will integrate the ORE ID blockchain identity service to the WAX blockchain. This will make it easier to on-board new users and developers on WAX.

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Telos Worker Proposal New Thresholds

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The Telos Community was discussing the possible need to change the threshold for Telos Worker Proposals to be considered passed. At the moment, a 5% vote participation and 50% majority is required for a proposal to proceed, and they are considering whether to make these requirements more stringent.

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EOSIO will rebuild society's digital infrastructure

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Brendan Blumer started a twitter thread where he clearly explains what Block.One's goals are with the EOSIO software: "to yield traditional database infrastructure impractical and unjustifiable altogether".

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Analyzing Voice.com. Region locked? KYC? Onchain?

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In this article we are analyzing the two latest posts from the Voice team to find out what they haven’t said before. Read to discover possible features and limitations of the platform.

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Dan Larimer spoke at the Government Blockchain Association

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Dan spoke at the GBA (Government Blockchain Association). This event was held in Washington at the U.S. Capital Congressional Auditorium.

In the speech Daniel shares some personal experiences with hacks on exchanges and explains how traditional database and servers are not efficient for the future. He also gives insights in some issues they had with databases while building Voice and how EOSIO is solving many of these problems.

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LiquidApps launched the DAPP Network Grants Program

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LiquidApps recently launched the DAPP Network Grants Program, an opportunity for anyone interested in developing a dApps using the DAPP Network tools, to win up to 300,000 DAPP tokens.

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Critical Overview of ULTRA

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Dexaran reviewed one of the most promising upcoming projects based on EOSIO: ULTRA.

In this article we’re going to find out things like what Ultra actually is; what it does; the problem it solves; their solution with the congestion issues and their innovations with Non Fungible Tokens.

But it doesn’t end here, EOSIO is under scrutiny and we’ll find out why it is not suitable for building and running most typed of games.

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