“What happened this Week on EOSIO” summarises the past 7 days of news sent by EOS Go. This edition’s timeframe goes from the 7th October to the 13th October.
As the WORBLI network has been designed to meet the specific needs of Decentralized Finance (DEFI), their resource model is currently being updated, in a different way to other EOSIO chains, to be more compatible with their use case. Their new resource model is based over the reformed voting system for block producers: DPOU (“Delegated Proof of Utility”).
This week EOS Go brings you the new article of the EOS dApp Ecosystem series. In this article we will explore Effect Force, the first decentralized micro-tasking platform for AI development based on EOS.
At the B1 June event, that took place in Washington D.C. on June 1 of this year, Block.One had already announced the arrival of the newest version of EOSIO: eosio 2. In about four months from the announcement, they just released its first release-candidate that brings numerous improvements to the software, both in terms of performance and security.
A top 21 BP, HuobiPool, recently missed over 100 rounds of produced block during the same day. The fact that a block producer can miss so many rounds without being replaced poses a big risk to the stability of the mainnet. BPs are already discussing measures to avoid this in the future.
Since yesterday, BlockBase launched their airgrab on the EOS Mainnet. BlockBase is a distributed system, based on EOSIO, that applies blockchain related paradigms to provide secure and distributed database storage services.
After the news about the SEC waiver for Block.One and the release-candidate of eosio 2, Dan Larimer has come back to be much more active on Twitter, discussing in particular eosio 2, Ethereum 2.0 latest updates, and even eosio 3.
Provable recently announced their intention to port EOS on the Ethereum blockchain as an ERC-20 token, called pEOS. This will be possible through their new token systems, known as pTokens.
Ivan On Tech, one of the most famous crypto-influencer, recently managed to interview Beni Hakak, CEO of LiquidApps. The interview covered topics such as the current governance of EOS, the consolidation of Chinese Block Producers and how Western Block Producers like LiquidEOS intend to address this. They also talked about the long-awaited solution that Dan and Brendan have anticipated on Twitter.
The dBonds team recently managed to tokenize Deutsche Bank bond on the EOS mainnet. This has been made possible through their agreement with an authorized UK based custodian, Queen Street Finance, and their stablecoin standard DUSD, already issued on EOS.
Wombat recently announced the new option to buy EOS tokens directly into the wallet with credit and debit cards. This was made possible thanks to their new partnership with Carbon. Users can now buy up to $250 per day without KYC, for fair rates and within 60 seconds.
EOSLocally, the first peer-to-peer EOS-FIAT gateway just launched. This platform allows you to buy and sell EOS tokens through various payment systems, such as bank transfer, payment in person or WeChat Pay all while maintaining a high level of security.
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