“What happened this Week on EOSIO” summarises the past 7 days of news sent by EOS Go. This edition’s timeframe goes from the 2nd March to the 8th of March.
The main purpose of this article is to explain the uncertainty associated with the development of new programming languages for smart contracts. Many new projects offer their own programming languages for the development of smart contracts, but in fact, new programming languages should be considered bad or even harmful feature.
Dan Larimer, CTO of Block.One and behind some of the most innovative blockchain designs (including EOSIO, Stemmit and Bitshares), has published a new article covering some of blockchain technology's trade-offs. In the article he wants to highlight those less obvious problems that can greatly impact the choice of a specific blockchain technology over another.
The LiquidApps team published an article in which they explain how the various services of the DAPP Network can be used to enable IBC between smart contract blockchains.
With the help of various exchanges, Justin Sun and Tron managed to neutralize a soft fork implemented by the Steem community. This was considered as a hostile takeover and puts all DPoS chains in a negative light. Is the EOS mainnet in danger as well?
Block.One recently interviewed Lachlan Greenbank, CEO and founder of Smartpress, the SaaS that allows users to connect applications to an EOSIO smart contract.
WAX unveiled its long awaited secret partnership with Topps, the leading trading card producer for MLB, Star Wars, WWE and more brands. What does this partnership involve? And what will be the benefits for WAX?
The Emanate team has just made another big announcement: the House music superstar Chris Lake joins Emanate as an artist, advisor, and shareholder.
Recently TelosDAC and Telos Venezuela were caught up in sharing a single infrastructure to perform the tasks of two active and paid block producers positions. This is in direct violation with the reg-producer ricardian contract, i.e. the contract that all parties must accept in order to apply for block producer, and for this reason sanctions have been decided through a multisig.
Dan Larimer recently published an article on Voice regarding the evolution of the database systems used on EOSIO, and how they have been instrumental in improving performances.
Aaron Cox, former Steem consensus witnesses and Co-Founder of the EOS BP Greymass, explained on a Twitter thread all the details of the Steem case, and why this is interesting from a DPoS Governance perspective.
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