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In part 3 of our review of 2021, Voice 2.0 gets ready, Dan Larimer announces the first election on Eden and we see signs of a new revolution as Yves La Rose launches the EOS Foundation.
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In the second part of our review of 2021, B1 settles with the SEC, the price of EOS surges, Voice pivots to the world of NFTS, Chris Barnes wins the first mock election for Eden, and we get our first glimpse at what will become Pomelo.
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Everything EOS is back! EOS names getting a makeover. ENF camp provides ETH-EOS mediation and Defibox reunites WAX-EOS. Greymass progress report. Sub-second finality coming to EOS? Couple of UNDRGRND firsts.   TOP HEADLINES   Account Name Service Jillian Godsil is one of the Cryptowriter OGs. This week marks her first contribution to the UNDRGRND with 500-Year-Old Museum Meets NFTs. UNDRGRND continues to push the envelope of what’s possible in modern art. Check out The Motion Art Journal: Lorna Mills for the latest example. Round 27 Cryptowriter NFT Engagement Winners were announced this week. BTW, yours truly minted one-of-two Toxic Masks (glimpse rarity here). By far my best and I’m truly grateful. There are still many high value Finneys yet to be minted. As always, EOS/Finney relevant Cryptowriter articles for this week include: EOS 3.0 and the New Breed of Dapps: Real world applications, user experience and narratives in the blockchain space 8 Unknown Facts About Bitcoin Of inter...
The Eden governance protocol hit the ground running. After just one official election, arguably more has been done for EOS within the past couple of months than over the past couple of years. ClarionOS is designed to complement the EdenOS protocol. Together they form a solid foundation that’ll allow the mainnet to reach its full potential. What to Expect in EOS 3.0? How exactly will the Clarion team help propel EOS? A communication protocol is ingrained into its early development. Other key ideas and applications pertain to things like insurance and infrastructure. What promises to ignite a spark throughout the community is the advent of DAC tokens. Details of a plan for community/company tokens was introduced by Dan Larimer just days ago. The EOS developer community has blossomed since Clarion, Eden, and the EOS Network foundation joined the mainnet. Together they are instituting protocols, initiatives, and resolving issues dating back to the earliest days of the mainnet. The communi...
What’s in a Name?We all want a friendly user experience, and pretty names are a critical component of usability. Historically EOS has supported a limited degree of friendly user names, for a price. The act of choosing an EOS account name involves learning arcane rules and limits that don’t make sense to the typical person. Its time we change this and improve the experience of users.This document proposes a technical approach to enable names that are up to 32 characters long and can contain the letters a-z, numbers 0–9, and ‘_’. Furthermore, it proposes a more user friendly means of rationing premium names to minimize name squatting.HistoryEOS accounts are really just 64 bit numbers displayed in base32. This is why there are only 32 characters supported (a-z, ‘.’, and 1–5). I designed EOS this way for performance reasons: 64 bit accounts names are more memory efficient and computationally efficient. They are all “fixed size” instead of “dynamic length” and various other benefits that a...
We look back on some of the highlights of the first part of 2021 which saw the departure of Dan Larimer from B1 and the beginnings of Pomelo and Eden.
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Dan Larimer is proposing new changes which could affect the way tokens are created. We look into the detail and what they might mean.
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In a question and answer session, Mike Manfredi talked about the future of Eden and his excitement for the future.
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With everyone still digesting their Turkey, it was a low key Chief Delegates meeting as they prepare for a busy 2022.
The age of DAC tokens approaches. Amidst mainstream attention for Web 3.0, EOS Support dishes out a wallet guide. API+, Recover+ and more out of the ENF camp. Helios tackles global issues like supply chains and a project incubator. Team Clarion gets a new member.   TOP HEADLINES             DAC Tokens Finney family has been all in on NFTs for a while now. Our brand expects to lead innovation and info dissemination in this space. Check to see if you’re among the Round 26 NFT Engagement winners. Minting of ETH Finneys was paused this week as upgrades were made to the claim drop (tip: sneak peak of the new comic at that Telegram post). BTW, the image above is of a super rare EOS Finney yet to be minted. In addition to our chat, engagement and poker give(win)aways, Cryton Capital held a contest for a Finney Coin and Volume 1 pack. As always, EOS/Finney relevant Cryptowriter articles for this week include: Still Thinking Bitcoin Is a Madoff-Style Ponzi Scheme? Listen to the World’s Best H...
Allocating globally unique names while providing a seamless user experience is an epic challenge. People hate it when the name they want has been taken by someone who isn’t using it. They equally hate it when someone buys thousands of names cheaply and then attempts to sell them at a premium price. What is even worse is when someone takes the name you have been using for decades, a name you made valuable, and then tries to sell it to you at a premium price.There are two primary ways to ration names: economically or politically. When you ration names economically the complaint is all the “good” names are taken and are extremely expensive. When you ration names politically you need a consensus process which becomes a potential point of community conflict. Navigating a political process is not cheap nor easy.How do we get our names anyway? You either declare to the world what you want to be called or the world chooses what to call you. This creates a point of conflict when two people bot...
Since the launch of EOS, projects have tended to deploy a new contract for every token they want to create. This makes creating and using a token relatively expensive, making it much more difficult for block explorers to discover the available tokens and for exchanges to integrate with them. Furthermore, the lack of a central registry of token symbol names means that scammers can attempt to create “look-alike” tokens with the same symbol but hosted on different contacts. Lastly, if a new token protocol were to be developed, then every contract would have to be updated for compatibility. I have recently advocated for EOS to become a DAC of DACs. For those who weren’t around the blockchain space in 2013, DAC is the original term I coined for what we now call DAOs. A DAC is a Decentralized Autonomous (Company, Community, Country, Coop, Church, Corporation, Collective). Every DAC has one or more tokens and a governance process to manage those tokens. A DAC is “Decentralized” because there...
Top 10 Most Engaged Users The top 10 most engaged users across our entire publication. Our analytics take into account the total amount of likes, comments, and shares. Most engaged winners receive 1 Genesis Finney Coin. Dreamer pilscoop Cryptobricks Justin horton theoldude helallensana Simohamed Faquihi Martin Saxton serjuve27 Brendan Woodward Comment of the Week We handpick 1 comment from each Crypto, NFT, EOS, Ethereum, and Bitcoin section of our publication. The length of a comment does not affect the selection process. We like to see that the reader has taken in the article and is providing a well-thought-out response that brings value to our community. Comment of the week winners receive 1 Publication NFT. Crypto Section Martin Saxton’s comment on AotC - 2021 Summary / EoY Special! "Plenty of good information in this article...... Thanks!I can't wait to see what happens over the next 6 to 12 month in crypto and will be keeping a close eye on all your articles going forward.My tip...
Latest EOS News: Despite a difficult start, Helios is looking to the future with an ambitious plan for 2022 including the introduction of ETPs and the next stage of their incubator program.
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Dan is closer to deploying the ‘killer’ crypto app. Yves’ WG+ strengthen the mainnet’s core. An annual review, fireside chat, and New Year’s hangout help the community take in the blessings of 2021. Chintai and Bullish rumblings felt.   TOP HEADLINES   Bytemaster7’s EOS Whitepaper Finney, UNDRGRND and Cryptowriter maintain a full-court press as we await the release of the new Finney Comics, Finney Builder, and much more. Kicking off the new year was the announcement of the Ethereum roadmap. Two things that stand out are the price drop in ETH Finneys and the new comic style. Supply for the ETH comic will be substantially more limited than on WAX. Round 25 Cryptowriter NFT Engagement Winners have been posted. As always, EOS/Finney relevant Cryptowriter articles for this week include: Gamebox Poised to Reinvent How We Play Is Terra ($LUNA) Still Undervalued? WHY NFTS? If You Can’t Kill Bitcoin, Join Bitcoin – Of interest Cryptowriter Podcast Network videos on YT and Twitch: Future's Rel...
Top 10 Most Engaged Users The top 10 most engaged users across our entire publication. Our analytics take into account the total amount of likes, comments, and shares. Most engaged winners receive 1 Genesis Finney Coin. Dreamer pilscoop Cryptobricks JOSEPH SADOVE Husnu Coban helallensana yasiraykac Martin Saxton serjuve27 Floyd Comment of the Week We handpick 1 comment from each Crypto, NFT, EOS, Ethereum, and Bitcoin section of our publication. The length of a comment does not affect the selection process. We like to see that the reader has taken in the article and is providing a well-thought-out response that brings value to our community. Comment of the week winners receive 1 Publication NFT. Crypto Section Zate01’s comment on If You Can’t Kill Bitcoin, Join Bitcoin – Central Banks Will Follow the Same Path As Private Banks It's coming and it's coming big time. I love the part about if the banks don't need bitcoin, then bitcoin Don't need the banks. Bitcoin will be the main currenc...
Superfluid StakingThere is one more function of Osmosis which has yet to arrive but is in the works. Something called superfluid staking. With superfluid staking you can use Osmosis supported tokens that you have staked and simultaneously provide liquidity to the LP’s. Sounds like having your cake and eating it too? Well it is exactly that. When superfluid staking launches, you will be able to receive the inflation rewards that come with staking proof of stake tokens and also receive the rewards that come with providing liquidity. Stacking crypto is about to become even more exciting.Please make sure that if you are planning to put tokens in liquidity pools that you understand about impermanent loss and consider your risk/reward appetite before providing liquidity. Osmosis liquidity mining 101 link is below. Nothing contained in this article should be considered as financial advice. Simply a guide as to how to get started using Osmosis. Happy Trading!!https://app.osmosis.zone/ht...
A fifth working group will focus on EVM compatibility and at least three more are also in the works.
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DISCLAIMER: This is an opinion piece and in no way represents the opinion of the publication. Nothing in this article should be construed as financial advice. I am heavily invested in $LUNA, $UST, and the Terra ecosystem.Source: Visual CapitalistFrom the table we can see that there is $95 trillion in broad money supply (M2). But why would people swap their fiat for $UST? They need reasons. Let's refer to that chart above again and look at the derivatives market. $1 quadrillion.Imagine if we could have derivatives on Terra to supercharge terra stablecoin demand. Well you don't have to imagine anymore because there are already a number of protocols launching soon! Perpetual FuturesAriel Money 🌕 @ArielProtocolIntroducing @ArielProtocol !! 🚀🚀We see a future where Defi matures as a tool for everyone to use in their everyday lives. Having Perpetual instruments is critical to facilitate this kind of global adoptionDecember 24th 202124 Retweets96 LikesOptions TradingS...

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