“What happened this Week on EOSIO” summarises the past 7 days of news sent by EOS Go. This edition’s timeframe goes from the 14th October to the 20th October.
LiquidApps recently released their new technical solution to horizontally scale decentralized applications: vCPU. This has been made possible through the DAPP Network; DSPs receive requests from the dApp, they handle computations in parallel on a second layer, and return the results on chain.
Recently, the EOS New York team, in collaboration with other members of the community, published their proposal to solve the disalignments of incentives of block producers that threaten the EOS governance.
A group of Block Producers candidates recently implemented an open source voting framework that all exchanges can use with the minimum integration effort to allow their users to participate in Block Producers voting on EOS.
After Dan's suggestion on Twitter, the pEOS team proceeded to propose a new improvement on EOS to accelerate Elliptic Curve encryption within smart contracts.
After EOS New York presented its proposal to improve the EOS governance, Dan Larimer also made himself heard by publishing his own proposal on Medium.
The first feature of eosio v1.8 has finally been released and it's now live on the EOS mainnet. It is ONLY_BILL_FIRST_AUTHORIZER that allows dApps to pay for resources in place of their users. Greymass Co-Founder, Aaron Cox, after having already experimented with it, has exposed on Twitter some interesting features just as important that could go unnoticed.
The Everipedia team published their latest monthly Product Updates. In the last month they focused on enhancing the mobile experience, as well as improving user interactions with new features for the integrated chat, notifications and emojis.
Dan Larimer recently expressed his opinion about HyperLedger and wanted to check if it actually was a good alternative for businesses to develop smart contracts compared to using eosio. He then concluded with some interesting statements.
Recently Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and Founder of Facebook, gave a lecture at Georgetown University outside of Washington DC, in which he emphasized the importance of free speech and the importance of having a “voice". He used the word "Voice" 35 times, which confirms the strength of the brand from the new venture of block.one: Voice.com, and probably this wasn't a coincidence.
With the latest announcement on eosio 2, Block.One also introduced the EOSIO™ Quickstart Web IDE, a self-contained, web-based integrated development environment for building EOSIO smart contracts and web applications. This EOSIO IDE is already available on Github, and developers can already use it to start developing dApps in just one click.
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