The BP.json is a way for block producer candidates to publish information about themselves using the website specified on the
regproducer action on the
eosio.system contract. Having a standard use across different EOSIO blockchains allows for compatibility between dApps and interfaces that require information about any block producer.
The first version of the BP JSON was published before Mainnet launch and became a standard used by virtually all BP Candidates on Mainnet and other chains.
Considering the evolution of the role of BPs and also focusing on making interfaces more intuitive and easier for developers, we are proposing minor changes and adaptations as…
First of all, a big shout out to the Public Blockchain Engagement Team at B1 for the great job bridging the communication gap between network operators, communities in general and Block.one! We consider this to be a fundamental role in developing the EOSIO ecosystem.
We understand that the new proposed resource allocation model solves the issue of tokens staked out of REX that goes unused. Establishing a resource rental market for 100% of network resources tends to evolve pricing dynamics to a more rational and accessible network use.
Recently, Block.one announced a bounty program for the new resource model, so if you are a developer, get on with testing! …
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Blockchain technology is still in its infancy. Despite being 10 years old, it is only since 2015 that Decentralized Ledger Technologies are used beyond keeping track of token balances to the more complex smart contracts application generating more diverse data and analytics demand.
Since the inception of Ethereum we have been iterating in scalability (tx/sec), usability (USD/tx) and flexibility (sidechains, private options, multisig). As blockchain evolves on those dimensions, it becomes feasible to more use-cases, Dan Larimer even argues that blockchain is a better Application Server/Database Technology than current solutions.
This means a new framework for developing applications that have exciting characteristics of transparency, neutrality and integrity. …
When EOS Rio team decided to organize the EOS Community Conference, giving back was always a key value on this endeavor. This means having in mind all the time what value are we providing for the EOS Community. But also, how we can help our fellow Brazilians and Cariocas understand how blockchain will impact their lives and how to make the best out of it.
This is how the Rio Blockchain Conference (RBC) was born, as a gift from the EOS Community to Rio and Brazil. Co-hosted by EOS Argentina, and co-created with the Museum of Tomorrow, a science and technology museum and one of the most visited attractions in Rio, RBC focused on demystifying the technology and present decentralized applications already operating and impacting the lives of people. …
2nd EOS COMMUNITY CONFERENCE
The 2nd ECC organization team wants every participant to have an amazing experience while visiting Rio de Janeiro.
To increase the chances of you getting back home with the most exciting memories about this incredible city, we’ve prepared this guide to avoid misfortunes and help you enjoy it at max.
First of all, yes, it is safe to visit “The Marvelous City” and don’t let anything stop you from exploring this unique place. However, we definitely recommend following these instructions before you do so you can wander with peace of mind. …
It has been six months since Hyperion History was launched and we are extremely happy to see the community adopting and evolving the project with us. This has always been the goal of EOS Rio when open-sourcing the project, hoping amazing talents in the community take it further than we could ever imagine.
Hyperion nodes are deployed on 7 EOSIO chains and 3 testnets, and operated by 4 teams in addition to EOS Rio. A huge shout out to eos sw/eden, EOS Nation, CryptoLions, EOS-USA and all the other teams contributing to evolving the solution. If you want more information or need help setting up/operating a node, just join our Telegram group at https://t.me/EOSHyperion. …
EOS Rio team is glad to announce SimplEOS latest release: version 0.9.3 with dApps interaction!
- For Windows: .exe
- For Mac: .dmg
- For Linux: .appImage or .deb, SimplEOS is also available at Linux Snap Store
Note: Windows may give a warning asking you to accept because we haven’t purchased Microsoft code signing Certificate yet. We are in the process of acquiring it.
you can now log in and use your favorite dApps with SimplEOS.
The dApp must be integrated with the Transit API by EOS New York. …