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April 11, 2019, 01:16:01 PM
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Where can I download a wallet, give the link please?
https://get-scatter.com
This wallet can interact with Ledger Nano S?
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April 12, 2019, 07:40:51 AM
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Along with many other cryptocurrencies in the top 50, EOS didn't break its resistance level at $6, the price slowly slides down.
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https://coincodex.com/article/3404/eos-price-analysis-eos-slips-from-resistance-at-600/
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EOSIO Software Release: Ricardian Contract Specifications and the Ricardian Template Toolkit.

Block.One released two new features for Ricardian Contracts. These two new features allow Authenticators, such as Scatter, to expose Ricardian Contract data to users in a more consistent and transparent approach.

  - Ricardian Contract Specification: defines specification to richly format Ricardian Contracts
  - Ricardian Template Toolkit: new implementation used to consistently render Ricardian Contracts

"For EOSIO Blockchain Users, the Ricardian Contract Specification and the Ricardian Template Toolkit projects enable a clear understanding of the agreements to which they are consenting."

Read more: https://medium.com/eosio/eosio-software-release-ricardian-contract-specifications-and-the-ricardian-template-toolkit-a0db787429d1

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April 15, 2019, 06:41:34 AM
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Where can I download a wallet, give the link please?
https://get-scatter.com
This wallet can interact with Ledger Nano S?
No, scatter is just for EOS wallet and it can be used for vote block producers, maybe in the future the developer team of scatter will apply for hardware wallet.
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April 15, 2019, 12:08:19 PM
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Why should you build on EOS?.

Satya Avala recenlty published an article on Venturebeat, where he goes through 5 key reason that led them to choose EOS. Satya Avala is the co-founder and CTO of Ampersand Markets and former director of engineering at Yahoo Finance.

 1. EOS’ ability to execute more transactions per second than Ethereum
 2. EOS’ design means we can scale our platform with no impact to users
 3. EOS provides an extremely robust permissions and governance structure
 4. Transaction costs on the EOS blockchain are much cheaper than on Ethereum
 5. Smart contract development in EOS is done using C++

"We also believe these are the reasons EOS will be the foundation for the financial markets of the future. Its design is well-suited for the growth and sophistication of such a market, and we are confident in its ability to support our own design."

Read more: https://venturebeat.com/2019/04/13/why-we-built-our-blockchain-business-on-eos-instead-of-ethereum/

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April 15, 2019, 12:12:04 PM
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Why should you build on EOS?.

Satya Avala recenlty published an article on Venturebeat, where he goes through 5 key reason that led them to choose EOS. Satya Avala is the co-founder and CTO of Ampersand Markets and former director of engineering at Yahoo Finance.

 1. EOS’ ability to execute more transactions per second than Ethereum
 2. EOS’ design means we can scale our platform with no impact to users
 3. EOS provides an extremely robust permissions and governance structure
 4. Transaction costs on the EOS blockchain are much cheaper than on Ethereum
 5. Smart contract development in EOS is done using C++

"We also believe these are the reasons EOS will be the foundation for the financial markets of the future. Its design is well-suited for the growth and sophistication of such a market, and we are confident in its ability to support our own design."

Read more: https://venturebeat.com/2019/04/13/why-we-built-our-blockchain-business-on-eos-instead-of-ethereum/

It is worth noting that EOS consistently is ranked highly as a blockchain by the Chinese government, and EOS has shown phenomenal growth. While I don't think EOS will drive Ethereum to obsolescence, it is clearly going to be a winner.
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April 15, 2019, 02:32:11 PM
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The fact that there was Bitshares and then Steem. How do I know there will be another blockchain platform after EOS? I assume no one knows for sure and will just make sense of events as they happen.
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April 16, 2019, 03:44:10 AM
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Why should you build on EOS?.

Satya Avala recenlty published an article on Venturebeat, where he goes through 5 key reason that led them to choose EOS. Satya Avala is the co-founder and CTO of Ampersand Markets and former director of engineering at Yahoo Finance.

 1. EOS’ ability to execute more transactions per second than Ethereum
 2. EOS’ design means we can scale our platform with no impact to users
 3. EOS provides an extremely robust permissions and governance structure
 4. Transaction costs on the EOS blockchain are much cheaper than on Ethereum
 5. Smart contract development in EOS is done using C++

"We also believe these are the reasons EOS will be the foundation for the financial markets of the future. Its design is well-suited for the growth and sophistication of such a market, and we are confident in its ability to support our own design."

Read more: https://venturebeat.com/2019/04/13/why-we-built-our-blockchain-business-on-eos-instead-of-ethereum/

It is worth noting that EOS consistently is ranked highly as a blockchain by the Chinese government, and EOS has shown phenomenal growth. While I don't think EOS will drive Ethereum to obsolescence, it is clearly going to be a winner.
Yes the EOS blockchain has potential in the future to be the winner for the decentralize application dapps on the EOS blockchain and the numbers of transaction processing is faster than another blockchain to know more about it we can see on this website for the activity of the blockchain https://blocktivity.info/

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April 17, 2019, 02:17:06 PM
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Where can I download a wallet, give the link please?
https://get-scatter.com
This wallet can interact with Ledger Nano S?
No, scatter is just for EOS wallet and it can be used for vote block producers, maybe in the future the developer team of scatter will apply for hardware wallet.
Thanks. I need an EOS wallet that interacts with Ledger Nano S.
Is there such a wallet?
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April 17, 2019, 03:46:06 PM
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Where can I download a wallet, give the link please?
https://get-scatter.com
This wallet can interact with Ledger Nano S?
No, scatter is just for EOS wallet and it can be used for vote block producers, maybe in the future the developer team of scatter will apply for hardware wallet.
Thanks. I need an EOS wallet that interacts with Ledger Nano S.
Is there such a wallet?
Well actually i don't have any experience with interacting EOS wallet and ledger nano S, but i have found interesting article related with it, you can read and learning more carefully on here https://medium.com/eos-new-york/setting-up-your-ledger-hardware-wallet-on-eos-b66b2bee5257 hopefully it will help you, but becarefull when do it, i don't responsible if there is something bad when use it. I just try to help the community of EOS on here, good luck.
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April 17, 2019, 08:17:36 PM
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Where can I download a wallet, give the link please?
https://get-scatter.com
This wallet can interact with Ledger Nano S?
No, scatter is just for EOS wallet and it can be used for vote block producers, maybe in the future the developer team of scatter will apply for hardware wallet.
Thanks. I need an EOS wallet that interacts with Ledger Nano S.
Is there such a wallet?
Well actually i don't have any experience with interacting EOS wallet and ledger nano S, but i have found interesting article related with it, you can read and learning more carefully on here https://medium.com/eos-new-york/setting-up-your-ledger-hardware-wallet-on-eos-b66b2bee5257 hopefully it will help you, but becarefull when do it, i don't responsible if there is something bad when use it. I just try to help the community of EOS on here, good luck.
Thanks, it just the fact that it is necessary for me.
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April 18, 2019, 04:56:04 AM
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The fact that there was Bitshares and then Steem. How do I know there will be another blockchain platform after EOS? I assume no one knows for sure and will just make sense of events as they happen.

This is the the question we must ask.

Who knows Dan larimer quit the team again and make new platform ? He loves make new ico and gain easy money...

What happaned if he quit the EOS ?

if i can trust him not to quit eos , i will hold it 2-3 years. But i cant ...

so i am going to sell all my eos when the see 20$
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April 18, 2019, 07:38:44 AM
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The fact that there was Bitshares and then Steem. How do I know there will be another blockchain platform after EOS? I assume no one knows for sure and will just make sense of events as they happen.

This is the the question we must ask.

Who knows Dan larimer quit the team again and make new platform ? He loves make new ico and gain easy money...

What happaned if he quit the EOS ?

if i can trust him not to quit eos , i will hold it 2-3 years. But i cant ...

so i am going to sell all my eos when the see 20$
At least you have made money on EOS while it was on $20 so you don't need asking about dan larimer quit or not from the developer of team, you just need watching how much the projects which be built on the EOS blockchain day by day.

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April 18, 2019, 09:20:23 AM
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At least you have made money on EOS while it was on $20 so you don't need asking about dan larimer quit or not from the developer of team, you just need watching how much the projects which be built on the EOS blockchain day by day.
I expect to see the rapid growth of the EOS. Now a lot of projects are being released on this blockchain. This is the only project that has a technological advantage over Ethereum.

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April 18, 2019, 09:24:29 AM
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The fact that there was Bitshares and then Steem. How do I know there will be another blockchain platform after EOS? I assume no one knows for sure and will just make sense of events as they happen.

This is the the question we must ask.

Who knows Dan larimer quit the team again and make new platform ? He loves make new ico and gain easy money...

What happaned if he quit the EOS ?

if i can trust him not to quit eos , i will hold it 2-3 years. But i cant ...

so i am going to sell all my eos when the see 20$
At least you have made money on EOS while it was on $20 so you don't need asking about dan larimer quit or not from the developer of team, you just need watching how much the projects which be built on the EOS blockchain day by day.

What proofs that he made money when EOS was on 20$? Thinking about what he had said (holding for 2-3 years and quit when the price will be 20$), it seems that valek55 bought EOS when the price was 20$, not he is in a loss and will sell this coin when the price will be back.

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April 19, 2019, 06:58:31 AM
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Where can I download a wallet, give the link please?
https://get-scatter.com
This wallet can interact with Ledger Nano S?
No, scatter is just for EOS wallet and it can be used for vote block producers, maybe in the future the developer team of scatter will apply for hardware wallet.
Thanks. I need an EOS wallet that interacts with Ledger Nano S.
Is there such a wallet?
Well actually i don't have any experience with interacting EOS wallet and ledger nano S, but i have found interesting article related with it, you can read and learning more carefully on here https://medium.com/eos-new-york/setting-up-your-ledger-hardware-wallet-on-eos-b66b2bee5257 hopefully it will help you, but becarefull when do it, i don't responsible if there is something bad when use it. I just try to help the community of EOS on here, good luck.
Thanks, it just the fact that it is necessary for me.

That's good and here is additional information related with the EOS blockchain technology from the developer of team enjoy it.

Block.One proposed a new solution to move beyond passwords problems: the concept of "passes" and the digital "Pass Manager". A Pass is a conceptual abstraction that encapsulates credential info (keys). Through Passes and Pass Managers, users can easily prove their identity just like the physical analog of pass cards.

"The user simply arrives at a service (whether it is a web app, a native app, a point of sale system, or a kiosk), and presents a pass to sign in or authorize an action. This is like a college student using their College ID to gain admission to a collegiate sports event".

What is necessary to make Pass Managers successful?
 - Interoperability
 - Portability
 - Usability
 - Safety

Read more: https://medium.com/eosio/a-passwordless-future-building-towards-more-secure-and-usable-authentication-systems-e188f07e4b87
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April 19, 2019, 08:04:42 AM
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At least you have made money on EOS while it was on $20 so you don't need asking about dan larimer quit or not from the developer of team, you just need watching how much the projects which be built on the EOS blockchain day by day.
I expect to see the rapid growth of the EOS. Now a lot of projects are being released on this blockchain. This is the only project that has a technological advantage over Ethereum.
Yes there are many projects be built on EOS blockchain and i have found an article of it here https://www.bitcoinmarketjournal.com/eos-dapps/ the other reason because the EOS blockchain is faster than another blockchain EOS blockchain is number one we can check on here https://blocktivity.info/


The fact that there was Bitshares and then Steem. How do I know there will be another blockchain platform after EOS? I assume no one knows for sure and will just make sense of events as they happen.

This is the the question we must ask.

Who knows Dan larimer quit the team again and make new platform ? He loves make new ico and gain easy money...

What happaned if he quit the EOS ?

if i can trust him not to quit eos , i will hold it 2-3 years. But i cant ...

so i am going to sell all my eos when the see 20$
At least you have made money on EOS while it was on $20 so you don't need asking about dan larimer quit or not from the developer of team, you just need watching how much the projects which be built on the EOS blockchain day by day.

What proofs that he made money when EOS was on 20$? Thinking about what he had said (holding for 2-3 years and quit when the price will be 20$), it seems that valek55 bought EOS when the price was 20$, not he is in a loss and will sell this coin when the price will be back.
No i don't have any proof that he has made money when EOS was on $20, should he tell us about his proot, i don't know if he bought EOS on $20.

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April 20, 2019, 06:08:47 AM
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Eos Weekly - War of Opposing Resource Models.

EOS Weekly published a new video on Youtube. The video explain listeners how the fee-less EOS model works, and how leasing platforms, such as REX and Chintai can enhance its usability.

"There are major developments underway with regards to EOS leasing platforms.  REX is in it's final stages of deployment, and Chintai is going through a major expansion with its ability to lease everything.  In this episode, we compare the opposing types of resource models used by 3rd gen blockchains, and we show how leasing plays a central role in giving EOS an advantage over the competition."

Watch the video: https://youtu.be/ji9APYbyFR8

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April 21, 2019, 12:37:29 PM
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Coin is available on market Yobit
You can sell it there :   https://yobit.net/en/trade/EOS/USD
Current price : $5

Do you still say it is worthless ?
Very nice price   Cool
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April 21, 2019, 04:44:18 PM
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Equilibrium framework and EOSDT, the world’s first decentralized EOS-based stablecoin.

Recently the Equilibrium infrastracture and EOSDT has been announced. Equilibrium is a feature-rich framework of smart contracts that generate the EOSDT stablecoin. EOSDT is the world’s first decentralized stablecoin on the EOS blockchain, pegged to the U.S. dollar and backed by a user’s own crypto holdings. Currently they only accept EOS, but they aim to create the basis for asset-backed stablecoins across multiple blockchains that support smart contracts.

"We chose to start with the EOS blockchain and EOSIO technology because it is faster than Ethereum, has near-zero transaction fees, and boasts an infrastructure robust enough to offer a high-quality experience to lots of users at once. [...] EOS is our first choice because it offers great infrastructure prospects with the implementation of cross-chain solutions and support for multiple forms of collateral for the EOSDT stablecoin."

Read more and how it works: https://blog.eosdt.com/equilibrium-review-a-stablecoin-that-is-overcollateralized-above-170/
Generate your first EOSDT: https://gateway.eosdt.com/

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