“What happened this Week on EOSIO” summarises the past 7 days of news sent by EOS Go. This edition’s timeframe goes from the 16th September to the 2nd September.
In the last 24 hours Block.One CEO Brendan Blumer has been very active on Twitter, expressing his opinion on various topics mainly concerning the EOS governance and responding to the community.
The Scatter team recently announced their new product: Scatter Embed. With this new product, the core component of the Scatter wallet will be maintained within a web app that can communicate with other products, such as the key/signature provider.
EOS Go is proud to release the new article of the EOS dApp Ecosystem series. In this article we will introduce one of the most used dApp on EOS: the strategy game Prospectors. The article also includes some tactics that can help players succeed in the game.
The PredIQt team announced the launch of their Prediction/Knowledge market on the EOS mainnet. Users can now access the platform to participate in the first decentralized prediction market on EOS.
Recently EOS Name Service released the Beta version of their Marketplace platform. Users can now buy and sell names with EOS.
The WORBLI Foundation announced their core Block Producers that will drive forward the WORBLI network through the decentralization process and long into the future.
LiquidApps was recently featured on CoinDesk which evaluated the performance of the first six months of their ICO. LiquidApps, like Block.One, started a one-year ICO, based on 18-hour DAPP token sales cycles.
The marketcap.one team recently launch the first Exchange Volume Rankings exclusively for EOS tokens. In total, 10 exchanges were listed, including CoinTiger, WhaleEx and Newdex, with 39%, 27% and 23% of the total daily volume respectively.
Brendan Blumer recently dropped a hint for the community on Twitter. Block.One has always stated that they will not vote for Block Producers until their voting power counts for a minority of tokens to ensure adequate decentralization.
The EOS Infra team recently announced the deprecation of their FREE-tier API starting from October 1st. Their Free-tier API service was one of the most used on the EOS mainnet, having provided 99.9% availability and served over 25 billion requests.
The Lumi Wallet team recently announced that they are actively seeking for new partnerships with EOS-based tokens. Currently they are running a token selection; every token creators that will send them a listing requests, will surely be considered without exception and be answered.
During the last month, WAX received many submissions from a variety of projects to showcase the value they can bring to the WAX platform and community. From all these requests, the WAX team has selected 11 that will be part of the WAX Guilds, many of which are currently Block Producers on EOS.
This weekend Brendan Blumer came back on Twitter to share his opinion about the latest community concerns, such as vote buying and manipulation, how to account for the performance of BPs and how to identify value-adding BPs.
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