EOS (EOS) Research

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EOS (EOS) EOS

INTRODUCTION

EOS.IO is an open-source platform that allows developers to build decentralized applications, also known as dApps. The cryptocurrency that creates the network is called EOS. The network is equipped with a delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) consensus mechanism that helps secure the platform while providing the level of performance required to run applications.

A white paper was published for the software a year before its release. The goal of the project is to make it easier for programmers to use blockchain technology. It aims to achieve this by making the network easier to use than its competitors. Another factor that makes EOS different from its competitors is its scalability. Most of its competitors can process less than 12 transactions per second, but EOS is far ahead.


HISTORY AND FOUNDER

The platform was founded by Block.one, a software company focused on blockchain technology, and was launched in 2016. Block. one executives Daniel Larimer (CTO) and Brendan Blumer (CEO) have approved the EOS whitepaper. One of Blumer’s first businesses was selling parts of the visual game. Larimer also introduced a number of cryptocurrency projects, including the BitShares trading platform and the Steem blockchain.


REASON TO BUILD THE PROJECT

The goal of EOS is to create a separate blockchain that can process fast and free transactions. It will also allow smart contracts to be built on it, which will allow developers to release dApps. Not only this, but EOS wants to build a platform that works as an operating system, which will make it really easy to use!

The EOS system is designed to support decentralized applications, commonly called dApps, on a commercial scale. EOS provides a core business function for building blockchain applications in the same way as building web applications.


BASE OF PROJECT

Delegated Proof-of-Stake- EOS relies on delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS) agreement. Coin holders own continuously select 21 block producers, who process transactions and make management decisions.

Accusations of Centralizations- Although the EOS DPoS model allows coin holders owners to have a say in blockchain governance, it has been criticized in many areas.

One problem is that blockchain producers can vote with regular users, which has led to allegations of vote mixing and vote-buying among blockchain producers. In addition, block manufacturers can create “sock puppets” and fill in more than one position on the block manufacturer list.


USE CASE

There are a few different uses for the EOS token:

·       DApp developers can use the token to store transaction resources

·       Block manufacturers can get tokens from inflation

·       EOS owners can deposit their coins and elect block manufacturers

·       Coin holders can earn rewards by focusing on EOS REX

·       Users can use the token on DApps and other websites


MAJOR NEWS AND EVENTS

DATE

NEWS/EVENTS

IMPACT

18/05/2021

China closes financial, payment, and cryptocurrency trading institutions

-53% Decrease

11/05/2021

Block.one secured $10 billion funding to launch an EOS based cryptocurrency

+55% Increase

22/04/2018

EOS started rising rapidly after the launch of its eosDAC airdrop

+75% Increase

 


CONCLUSION

EOS is the widely used blockchain platform in the world. All blockchain-based applications offer real-world services and benefits. EOS leads the development of gaming/gambling applications/software and a wide range of other applications for purposes such as rides, music sharing, fitness tracking, digital payments, and more.

EOS dApps quickly emerged as a secure, fast, and affordable alternative to traditional blockchain applications. EOS has emerged as a true master of blockchain technology and can offer significant benefits for a wide range of business needs in the future.


DISCLAIMER

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