As the sun shines on cryptocurrencies, EOS stands as one of the biggest gainers in the top ten so far in 2019 at the time of writing.
Launched in mid-2018, the smart contract platform, labeled the “Ethereum Killer,” could be set for its best year yet. While other projects run out of funds and struggle with technical hurdles, EOS is set to overcome its setbacks that plagued it last year.
Source: https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/eos/ (18/02/2019)
The Long-Awaited EOSfinex Exchange
Midway through September 2018, we reported on Bitfinex’s launch of EOSfinex, a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange built on the EOS network. While there is still a long way to go development-wise, users might get the chance they’ve been waiting for to see what the new trading platform has to offer.
Testing for the exchange platform is expected to commence soon, with an “open public beta version,” otherwise known as a test net, set to be made public in the coming weeks, according to Bitfinex CTO Paolo Ardoino.
Despite facing heavy controversy over the years, Bitfinex is one of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges in the market and has shown strong support for the EOS system. Bitfinex echoes this and is currently one of the 21 leading EOS block producers by votes.
RAM Solution Makes it Cheaper for EOS Application Developers, Giving EOS the “Hard Drive it Always Needed”
To build decentralized applications (DApps) on the EOS blockchain, RAM is needed to store the information on the network. As demand for RAM increases, so does its value. One of the features of EOS is that developers can purchase RAM directly using EOS tokens.
Staking your EOS tokens enables users to have access to the developmental resources the EOS blockchain has to offer.
Last year, it cost developers $65,000 in EOS to create Pandafun, a game that runs ...