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Author Topic: EOS - Asynchronous Smart Contract Platform - (Dan Larimer of Bitshares/Steem)  (Read 173230 times)
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June 03, 2018, 03:03:07 PM
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Any chance Exodus is going to have an EOS Main net wallet soon ? They handled the registration so it would seem so. Thanks  Cool
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June 03, 2018, 07:26:53 PM
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Any chance Exodus is going to have an EOS Main net wallet soon ? They handled the registration so it would seem so. Thanks  Cool

We need to know what Exodus is going to do in the future with EOS mainnet...

I think we will have the answer this month, it's too early yet  Wink
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June 03, 2018, 07:28:48 PM
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If EOS is able to implement its ideas, it will be really a blockchain 3.0, blockchain 1.0 is Bitcoin, blockchain 2.0 Ethereum as for me.
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June 03, 2018, 10:17:37 PM
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Has EOS released a wallet yet?

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June 03, 2018, 10:28:10 PM
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This project is only gaining momentum after launch. The additional signal will be used by the server to support it.
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June 03, 2018, 11:27:25 PM
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from what I've read, sell now because a bunch of tokens will be released after the 21 are picked and price will drop, you can rebuy after the dip and increase the number of your coins IF it runs back up. Undecided
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June 04, 2018, 02:32:42 AM
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🚨Attention Community:

(Block Producer Candidates please post your support in the comments and EOS Go will update this post accordingly.)

Please review the following statement regarding the EOS Mainnet Governance documents and the Mainnet Github Repo.

https://forums.eosgo.io/discussion/1109/governance-announcement/

New article from CoinDesk, they're tuning in - all eyes are on the EOS launch weekend. EOS launch party day #3 now live! https://youtu.be/44CMEyKZa1A

Live now for the first EOS Go launch show of two on day 4! 🎉 - https://youtu.be/pgQwNS-WmQI
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June 04, 2018, 02:37:33 AM
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EOS and Rock are my favorite FUTURE coins.

EOS simply because all owners will get FREE ICO coins.  Great Platform.  We will see what kind of ICO's though.

Rock because it will be the universal coin used on GBX for ICO listings.  All ICO's will have to pay listing fees in Rock token.  GBX is taking the ICO standards to a new level.  They have over 200 waiting for approval.
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June 04, 2018, 07:17:22 AM
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I read something weird about EOS stacking and just showing 10 EOS maximum when mainnet is launch ...
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June 04, 2018, 08:52:04 AM
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when come the wallet??

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June 04, 2018, 09:36:01 AM
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I read something weird about EOS stacking and just showing 10 EOS maximum when mainnet is launch ...

You certainly can read a lot of weird things in the internet brother)
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June 04, 2018, 12:35:49 PM
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Great !

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June 04, 2018, 12:59:37 PM
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dear EOS community, on which wallet can I safely move EOS coins from Binance exchange to keep them for a longer hodl?

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June 04, 2018, 02:56:04 PM
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dear EOS community, on which wallet can I safely move EOS coins from Binance exchange to keep them for a longer hodl?
I also have the same question, I do not want to hold Altcoin and my tokens on the Exchange for too long times! I often withdraw to my personal wallet as soon as possible!

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June 04, 2018, 03:42:43 PM
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I bought 50 coins until the course is happy! I hope for the summer will grow five times! All conditions for growth are created only by a common falling trend
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June 04, 2018, 04:48:56 PM
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You'd think with a f*cking $4 billion ICO some Block1 reps could post here with updates about mainnet wallets etc. I literally have zero clue what's going on, and it doesn't seem like any others here do either.
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June 04, 2018, 05:22:55 PM
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dear EOS community, on which wallet can I safely move EOS coins from Binance exchange to keep them for a longer hodl?
I also have the same question, I do not want to hold Altcoin and my tokens on the Exchange for too long times! I often withdraw to my personal wallet as soon as possible!

As soon as Exodus will upgrade the wallet to redeem/work with the new blockchain, i think is one of the safest solutions. Next wallet update 7 june, hoping that all the eos stuff will be ok for that date.

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I would be inclined to think people would do their research before complaining, but that would be expecting too much from people, I suppose.

All of these questions are answered all over the place.

They are in the testing phase now (phase 2 of 4), which could take days, something that was very well publicised, including a huge article on Coindesk.

Anyone with EOS coins on an exchange should currently leave them there, as there is no wallet yet. No one yet knows which will be the main chain, and untill they are certain everything works, a blockchain rollback is possible, hence they are in testing. Therefore, there is no wallet yet. There is also no block explorer yet.

EOS coins currently on exchanges are placeholders for what will be swapped to "real" EOS coins once people are free to move their holdings around. The exchanges I know of are taking care of any technical aspects of exchanging any placeholder coins into real coins for people with coins on their exchanges.

Whether various exchanges will honor any airdrops following (or happening during the launch) largely remains to be seen. Hopefully, most will. The more hell everyone gives the exchanges, the more likely they will be to honor any airdrops, hahahahahahaha. But do give them some time to sort through all the dust and make official announcements about airdrops before giving them any hell.

Additionally, anyone who pre-registered their ETH wallets and are holding their placeholder coins in an officially approved ETH wallet (as opposed to on an exchange), will gain access to any airdrops once the dust settles. Placeholder EOS coins in officially approved ETH wallets will then need to be claimed for real EOS coins once officially approved EOS wallets are up and running.

Remember, ERC-20 placeholder coins were just used for the ICO, and once real EOS coins are released into the wild, they will be their own animal, which means they will not be ERC-20 coins. The ERC-20 EOS coins are just placeholders for the balances people will use to claim real EOS coins once official EOS wallets are up and running.

Until people are 100% ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN they have determined what the main chain will be (as well as which wallets are officially on that chain), no one should attempt to move any coins around.

There will likely be a million scams, which is all the more reason to be 100% certain of what you are doing (from information distributed from official channels) before doing anything involving moving coins.

Here is a launch tracker to watch the four phases switch from one to another https://eosnation.io/eos-launch-tracker.

I suggest following EOS Twitter for updates, too... https://twitter.com/eos_nation

Here is another ineresting site posting mostly interesting social feed updates, as well as a general phase tracker... https://eoscountdown.com/
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June 04, 2018, 05:38:17 PM
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I would be inclined to think people would do their research before complaining, but that would be expecting too much from people, I suppose.

All of these questions are answered all over the place.

They are in the testing phase now (phase 2 of 4), which could take days, something that was very well publicised, including a huge article on Coindesk.

Anyone with EOS coins on an exchange should currently leave them there, as there is no wallet yet. No one yet knows which will be the main chain, and untill they are certain everything works, a blockchain rollback is possible, hence they are in testing. Therefore, there is no wallet yet. There is also no block explorer yet

Until people are 100% ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN they have determined what the main chain will be (as well as which wallets are officially on that chain), no one should attempt to move any coins around.

There will likely be a zillion scams, which is all the more reason to be 100% certain of what you are doing (from information distributed from official channels) before doing anything involving moving coins.

Here is a launch tracker to watch the four phases switch from one to another https://eosnation.io/eos-launch-tracker.

I suggest following EOS Twitter for updates, too... https://twitter.com/eos_nation

Here is another ineresting site posting mostly interesting social feed updates, as well as a general phase tracker... https://eoscountdown.com/


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June 04, 2018, 07:09:01 PM
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......

EOS coins currently on exchanges are placeholders for what will be swapped to "real" EOS coins once people are free to move their holdings around. The exchanges I know of are taking care of any technical aspects of exchanging any placeholder coins into real coins for people with coins on their exchanges.

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Additionally, anyone who pre-registered their ETH wallets and are holding their placeholder coins in an officially approved ETH wallet (as opposed to on an exchange), will gain access to any airdrops once the dust settles. Placeholder EOS coins in officially approved ETH wallets will then need to be claimed for real EOS coins once officially approved EOS wallets are up and running.

Remember, ERC-20 placeholder coins were just used for the ICO, and once real EOS coins are released into the wild, they will be their own animal, which means they will not be ERC-20 coins. The ERC-20 EOS coins are just placeholders for the balances people will use to claim real EOS coins once official EOS wallets are up and running.



I cannot understand the motive once more: a good continuum is critical.
Dan does it at every occasion.
if you don't follow closely, you are in the blue after several manipulations like that, and you lose your coins..
it was my case for bitshares, I have an old wallet that still opens, but now I cannot upgrade and it takes a specialist to do it...
How to lose rapidly the laggards...
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