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EOS 1.83%

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$1 179 842 966.10

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Tech Specs

Last historical data: 2021-01-22T08:14:08.000Z

Decimal places: 18

Algorithm: Delegated Proof-of-Stake

Prooftype: DPoS

Country origin: US

Genesis date: 2017-07-01

Liquidity score: 78.331

Publi interest score: 0.024

Community score: 49.239

Developer score: 90.348

Coingecko score: 65.027

Market cap rank: 16

Coingecko rank: 7

Alexa rank: 107742

Bing matches: 0


What Is EOS? EOS has always been one of the most hype over ICO and now a smart contract platform.

When it was announced by founder Dan Larimer in New York City in May 2017, a giant jumbotron advertisement could be seen glowing over Times Square.

In the first 5 days of their ICO token sale, EOS raised an unprecedented $185 million in ETH — all without having any kind of product or service yet. EOS claims to be “the most powerful infrastructure for decentralized applications.” Basically, EOS is (or, rather, will be) a blockchain technology much like Ethereum.

They plan to create their own blockchain with a long list of impressive features.

Some are even calling EOS the “Ethereum killer.” But along with all the hype and excitement about EOS, there’s also a large amount of skepticism coming from the crypto community. The EOS Vision EOS has big plans.

It will be a software that will act as a decentralized operating system.

Developers can then build applications on the EOS software.

It will be highly scalable, flexible, and usable.

The most notable feature that everyone is getting excited about is horizontal scalability — what this means is the EOS blockchain will be able to allow parallel execution of smart contracts and simultaneous processing of transactions.

This could be a real game changer. EOS will incorporate the delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS) consensus protocol, created by founder Dan Larimer himself.

This system is less centralized, uses far less energy, and is incredibly fast — as in, up to millions-of-transactions-per-second fast.

Furthermore, there will be no user fees on the EOS blockchain.

This would also set them apart from the competition and could help them gain more widespread adoption of their platform. EOS also wants to put a blockchain constitution in place to secure user rights and enable dispute resolution.

As explained in their technical whitepaper: "The EOS.IO software is designed from experience with proven concepts and best practices, and represents fundamental advancements in blockchain technology.

The software is part of a holistic blueprint for a globally scalable blockchain society in which decentralized applications can be easily deployed and governed." Tokens that are issued on top of the EOS platform includes Everipedia, HorusPay, Meet One, and more.

EOS is an operating system on the blockchain that runs decentralized applications for businesses.

The main focus of the platform is performance and scalability of smart contracts and transaction throughput.

EOS is built to be horizontally scalable, so that in the future it can handle thousands of business apps.