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Michael O'Sullivan talks to NovaCrypto about how Bywire’s move to a DAO could present a more accountable and democratic model for news.
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As the latest group of chief delegates get their feet under the table, they took the time to sit down with Yves La Rose to review progress and look to the future. 
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In this week’s EOS Fireside chat we had updates about the launch of Yield+, smart contract libraries and Pomelo season four.
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As the EOS Network Foundation sets out its roadmap for the development of EOS, it is looking at two major projects to boost security and liquidity.
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For this week’s fireside chat, we got a glimpse at an alternative vision of democracy and updates on the ongoing EOS global roadshow.
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Eden on EOS elected its fourth group of chief delegates at the weekend. Could it mend our broken political system?
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Pomelo is back for a fourth season with new features and more funding. Here’s what we know so far.
Token 2049 Recap, #Pomelo Season4, and news from EOS Support were among the topics discussed at this week’s EOS Fireside chat.
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A final meeting for Eden’s Chief Delegates, and a chance to look forward to another election.
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Whether you’re an experienced user or a complete EOS beginner, this accessible guide can be your essential companion throughout your journey.
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A decentralised autonomous organisation, or DAO, is an emerging mechanism for collective decision-making with no central authority. A DAO provides an opportunity for a wide range of individuals around the world to be empowered and collaborate with other like-minded individuals with similar objectives. Which is why I’ve decided to turn Bywire News into a DAO. Members of a DAO will share a common purpose, acting to further the best interests of the entity through their participation, which often takes the form of creating and voting on proposals. Members of a DAO may often vote upon decisions that impact the DAO’s treasury, future project scope and technical upgrades. Alternatively, members may vote for DAO delegates, who once elected, take decisions on behalf of members. DAOs come in many different shapes and sizes, and there is debate around how much decentralisation and independence constitute both an effective and/or authentic DAO. Personally, I think Vitalik Buterin’s recent blog p...
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With EOS moving well and truly into a post B1 with the Antelope protocol the future is looking more exciting than ever.
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As the outlook for the crypto sector turns bullish one cryptocurrency which might have escaped your attention might be worth looking at.
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TOKEN2049: Introducing the World to the New EOS A lot can happen in two days. TOKEN2049 was a whirlwind for EOS and Trust EVM. The New EOS was discussed, but it was Trust EVM that stole the show. This makes sense since most users won’t notice a difference in EOS Leap 3.1. It’s the dapps and services that will attract users. Trust EVM instantly connects EOS to a much larger Ethereum community. Worth noting for those yet-to-be EOS users, Trust EVM will make Ethereum a lot faster and more reliable, among other things. No wonder why Trust EVM brochures disappeared nearly as fast as the event started. Get a feel for what transpired in an image of Trust EVM’s spectacular booth. ENF CEO, Yves La Rose discussed RAM and limitations, including those related to conventional hardware, on the panel discussion about Scaling Blockchains. For those not familiar with EOS’ story, Yves described the year’s events on Take the Power Back: The Community Takeover That Brought EOS Independence. View images (...
Yves La Rose has been in Singapore flying the flag for EOS. Here’s a look at what went down.
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The 12th Chief Delegates meeting saw the chief delegates review their progress over the past three months and make preparations for the upcoming election.
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EOS @ Token2049, D.U.NE., Scalability+, Pomelo Survey – all this and more in the latest fireside chat.
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LONDON (Bywire News) - Pomelo’s third season has finally taken off and it carried the anticipation from the first two seasons. There are suggestions that it may be just as if not more effective than Gitcoin. Season two refined the grant application process as well as the accounting and fund distribution. This was a direct response to the sentiment from the community that something was on the horizon. Season three indicates much more promise with funding and contributions setting new records.  Background Info On Pomelo Pomelo seasons last around three months and rely on a quadratic funding model similar to that which has already been so successful on Github. It’s billed as a more democratic system supporting projects which provide public goods – namely value for the community – rather than a financial return.  The model focuses more on the numbers of donors rather than the amount donated to reward those projects which are valued by the greatest number of people.  Since it was implement...
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The release of the Scalability+ blue paper aims to continue the momentum of Antelope’s development.
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Does the scalability of EOS allow the blockchain to finally fulfil its potential?
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