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  • Discussion of EOS’s fee-free transaction model versus Ethereum’s fee-based transaction model. February 17, 2018
    EOS’s approach of removing fees for transactions is a beneficial model for adoption. It’s easier to let users interact without having to pay fees, thus encouraging real-world use. The increased use (theoretically) will increase adoption, which will also serve to drive the price up. To play devil’s advocate: the one downside to the fee-free model […]
    /u/BitcoinIsTehFuture
  • From ETH to EOS after June 1 February 17, 2018
    Hello guys, What do you guys think about that: after June 1 EOS will have its own platform so in my opinion a lot of current projects which are build on ETH platform will want to move to the EOS platform simply because this platform is better. What do you think? submitted by /u/bocrypto1 [link] […]
    /u/bocrypto1
  • Question about token exchange February 17, 2018
    Hello everyone, I just sold my eth for eos today and learnt about registering the eos tokens. I watched a youtube tutorial whereby he told everyone to create a new ether address on MEW which only contained EOS tokens ... I have registered my main eth address which contains lots of other tokens, this is […]
    /u/whitechilll
  • Incompatible wallets February 17, 2018
    According to the EOS faq it is not good to use the Exodus wallet for the token distribution. I currently have my EOS tokens in exodus and I have registered the tokens to the ethereum address I have in my exodus wallet. It is mapped to my EOS key... will I have trouble with receiving […]
    /u/pseudonympholepsy
  • Minecryptoshop.com – Share and Win - Raffle Campaign February 17, 2018
    Minecryptoshop.com – Share and Win - Raffle Campaign To celebrate our Launching Ecommerce Business ,we create Share and Win Raffle Campaign First Prize Ethereum Miner 450 MH – AMD Second Prize Zcash Mining Rig 3400 h/s Extra Prizes : 10% Discount Sharing Us on Facebook Free Shipping Sharing Us on Twitter To participate at Minecryptoshop […]
    /u/MineCrypto
  • EOS Telegram Summary 2/16/18 - Good News Keeps Rolling February 17, 2018
    Development update, Bancor partnership, and an Everipedia Airdrop FAQ: https://busy.org/@eosgo/eos-telegram-summary-2-16-18-good-news-keeps-rolling submitted by /u/eosgo [link] [comments]
    /u/eosgo
  • What you need to do with your EOS tokens if you bought them from an exchange. (re-post) February 17, 2018
    submitted by /u/BitcoinIsTehFuture [link] [comments]
    /u/BitcoinIsTehFuture
  • Here is why Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies cant be banned February 17, 2018
    submitted by /u/cryptonanymous [link] [comments]
    /u/cryptonanymous
  • EOS Price Prediction: Everything That You Should Know About It February 17, 2018
    submitted by /u/OrganicPosts [link] [comments]
    /u/OrganicPosts
  • Questions about simplicity of creating blockchains/Dapps February 17, 2018
    Hi I’m trying to understand how easy/difficult/ time consuming it will be for developers that dont have experience with blockchains to create blockchains on eos. Could you please help? Here are my questions: When is the release of the full product that will allow regular developers to create blockchain solutions? How easy/difficult/ time consuming will […]
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What Is EOS ?

EOS is a decentralized operating system, based on a blockchain, created to hold up decentralized applications at a commercial scale by offering the needed core suitability, allowing companies to create blockchain applications that are more similar to web-based applications.

EOS has an allochronic communication and handling that provides the ability to adjust, while its transaction fees are removed by its ownership model. This is why EOS is a strong competitor to Ethereum, though the ICO of EOS does support Ethereum.

EOS makes use of delegated-proof-of-stake and premieres the possibility of fixing bugs and rolling back alterations with a supermajority consensus.

The blockchain’s VIPs are the ones in charge of this project.

The token sale lasted 341 days, and during the first 5 days 20% of the EOS token supply was bought for approximately $185M in ETH. (There is a 10% reserve for block one). The token sale structure was designed that the remaining 70% of EOS tokens is to be created and sold at market value.

By block.one, EOS decentralized operating system, based on a blockchain created to hold up decentralized applications at a commercial scale by offering the needed core suitability (plus databases, authentication, accounts with permissions, planning, and managing communication to and from the application and the internet), and as such permitting creators to concentrate on the logistics of their business. EOS.IO is a program that lets ventures to create other blockchain applications that imitate existing web-based apps, and that use a construction alike to website frameworks.