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    Everything EOS

    Everything EOS EOS mainnet has launched with more than 4 billion Dollars already contributed, with the mainnet launch brought the need for block producers. Block producers are entities responsible for the transaction validation and governance of the EOS ecosystem. EOS wanted to allow contributors the choice of who was going to govern them, moving responsibility onto the contributors to ensure a majority happy community, if an issue had to occur then users would be held accountable for the producers they voted it. Only 21 EOS miners will be made Block Producers, who these 21 entities are is up to the community. Voting is already in progress, users with verified EOS tokens can still cast their vote. To ensure your coins are verified you can head over to https://eoscountdown.com/ and utilized the verification tab to the furthest left of the screen, entering your wallet address only- do not enter your private keys. EOS Voting. The first 21 Block producers have officially been voted in due to the 15% of 150 million tokens threshold being met. Users can still cast votes at a variety of place including, http://vote.liquideos.com/. We ask users to be careful of where they enter their wallet addresses and never to enter your private keys anywhere online, as phishing scams have surfaced catching out unaware users with something as simple as changing the o is EOS to a ó, many other sites have used this technique in their phishing attempts. Be vigilant, with all the EOS hype and voting requirements; this is the perfect time for hackers to take advantage of an unaware victim- don’t be one of them. Frozen accounts. Due to the nature of the phishing scams and the threat they pose to the community, EOS block producers took it upon themselves to unconstitutionally clear things up. The reason we call this unconstitutional is because they had not discussed their decision with the Arbitration, EOS Core Arbitration Forum's ,but instead went ahead and then informed them of their resolution. Elected Block Producers from around the world jumped on a conference call to discuss the situation and how they could find a solution to it, finally co-deciding to freeze these fraudulent accounts. The freezing of these accounts is on a moral principle that they were stolen through the phishing sites as mentioned above, as to avoid these scammers getting away with robbery, the decision to freeze them was a simple solution to a complicated issue. The accounts are merely frozen until the ECAF make a clear constitution in which protocols can deal with these types of troubles. It is safe to say Block Producers were only trying to protect honest token holders from having their rightful funds stolen. Blockchain Blackout. The EOS blockchain came to a halt as of June 16th at 9:56 UTC, Block Producers then took it upon themselves to join in on a conference call to yet again discuss these issues at hand. Block Producers then agreed a backup would be best to insecure no information could be tampered with or changed. An EOS authority made a public apology referring to the Blockchain pause as a bug that they were working to fix, five hours after this the blockchain blackout was fixed and transaction began processing. Although notice and responses were quick, user felt a few hours backlog that caused a community conversation to occur questioning the strength of the project they had invested a year's worth of time and funds into. EOS.fish news EOS.fish is currently competing to represent the EOS community, accumulating more than 22.7 million votes as the ranking stand. If you believe in the power EOS.fish holds and our passion for excelling EOS in all elements of the blockchain ecosystem; then vote for us now at http://vote.liquideos.com/, we are under the name of EOSFISHROCKS and are only a few positions away from becoming the Block Producers we deserve to be. EOS.fish is eager to become a blockchain promoter and stimulate the development and innovation of the EOS industry. Our goal is to be at the forefront of the global adoption of EOS, providing a combination of hardware and community education. We regularly host meetups to grow our communities knowledge and pioneer the future of EOS. Marshall Long, co-founder of EOS.fish, recently guest starred on a podcast discussion with the reputable Bad Crypto Podcast to explain our mining beginnings and how we wish to welcome more to the EOS ecosystem. Get insight into our platform and find out what we are doing to evolve EOS below: http://badcryptopodcast.com/2018/06/20/marshall-long-142/
  2. The Mainnet Launch. EOS is a smart contract platform utilizing cryptocurrency as a means to fund decentralized applications, DApps. A privately owned company known as Blockone is pioneering this project as an open source platform, having launched one billion tokens already, their mainnet launched June 10th, 2018. Although the mainnet has launched, the platform is not yet live, for it to progress to a live state 21 Block Producers have to be elected by the community. What are Block Producers? What are Block Producers? Block Producers, as their name entails, are producers of EOS blocks. Their responsibilities as decentralized entities are to not only produce blocks but govern the ecosystem of EOS, ruling where and how the Blockchain progresses. Block Producers are similar to miners, as rules dictate, majority miners hold majority vote so let us elaborate what this could affect this could cause. To better understand, we will be referring to another instance of majority mining power. Approximately 82 percent of bitcoin miners voted for a chain split, or a hard fork, this resulted in bitcoin cash. There were mixed emotions about the split which could have been avoided had the community trusted the entities making the decisions, this is where Block producers come in. Users can vote for producers they believe have their best blockchain interests at heart thus eliminating angered emotions, casting your vote is your responsibility as a token holder. How can you vote? How to vote using your EOS tokens? Voting is as simple as registering your tokens and voting, to check if your tokens are already registered you can head over to https://eoscountdown.com/ and make use of their token registration tab on the left-hand side of your screen. Tokens were to be registered before June 1st. Once you have confirmed your tokens are registered you can head over to one of the many voting tool websites, we recommend http://vote.liquideos.com/, deselecting any producers that have automatically been selected and cast your vote using your EOS tokens. 150 Million votes are to be cast with the 15 percent threshold being reached already, so hurry to vote and help your producers win the prize of first place. Here’s why you should vote for EOS.fish: Why you should vote for EOS.fish. EOS.fish has already received more than a million votes to verify them as the top Block Producer. EOS.fish have history in the matters of mining as the founder co-founded F2Pool, one of the world leading mining pools, having mined nearly one million bitcoins, ten million litecoins, and four million ethers. With their history comes understanding, they are a platform looking to protect the security and ecosystem of EOS holders. EOS.fish envisions a future of widespread adoption for EOS and will work with the community to achieve it. They have the communities best interests on their minds as the community builds the future of their platform and the EOS Blockchain. They regularly host events to inform; educate and converse with old and new members to further the adoption of EOS. They are looking to provide a secure, safe and fast platform for you; vote for the producers looking to produce a better future for the EOS Blockchain and you. Vote for EOSFISHROCKS below: http://vote.liquideos.com/
  3. Would you like to know how to register EOS token? Well here is how:
  4. OS has been called the Ethereum killer. That’s quite a claim, and also a possibility. What is certain, though, is its potential to at least maim, even mortally wound, the current leading platform for smart contracts and DApps. Here’s why we think so and what EOS.fish will be doing to help. Ethereum On Steroids You’ll be unsurprised to hear EOS doesn’t actually stand for Ethereum On Steroids. Though, it can if you like, as the developers have intentionally left the meaning undefined. Other worthy and meaningful definitions include: -Enterprise Operating System -Evolution of Scalability -"Eos," the Greek goddess of the dawn … … because this is the dawn of a new age, or at least an important new stage, in blockchain, with EOS promising features to make decentralization powerful, accessible and responsive. At time of writing, EOS is already the number five coin with a market cap around $14.5 bn. Its novel year-long token distribution, completing in June, sought to spread tokens into as many hands as possible to better aid its Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPOS) model, as well as guard against speculators cornering the market for a quick profit. And, so far, so good. "The potential of EOS seems to be huge as it aims to address the problems linked with standard blockchain-based networks." - Investopedia Free and Fast! EOS’s main claims to fame are two-fold: -No transaction fees. -Capability to conduct millions of transactions per second. No transaction fees – Unlike the usual pay-per-transaction model, as with Ethereum and Bitcoin, EOS has no transaction fees. This is clearly attractive to users, but “free” also opens the doors to the non-crypto world, able to use apps without having to spend crypto. The absence of transaction fees also makes it easier for app developers to predict costs and create effective monetization strategies. The EOS ownership structure promotes free usage by “simple” users – such as individual humans and bots – with developers able to utilize resources in proportion to their stake. Transactions are handled for free by block producers who are rewarded by the creation of new EOS tokens for each new block. Capability to conduct millions of transactions per second – Ethereum’s smart contract capabilities have rightly made it the pre-eminent blockchain platform for developers. But while its 20 transactions per second is around four times faster than Bitcoin’s, neither blockchain pretender can compete with PayPal’s 193. Then, of course, there’s Visa, able to manage more than 24,000 transactions per second. Blockchain applications typically can’t compute so many transactions because each and every node of the network must come to a consensus before the transaction completes. EOS is different because it uses the aforementioned DPOS consensus mechanism, as opposed to the Proof-of-Work mechanism. As a result, EOS can compute millions of transactions per second. Why is EOS So Different? As seen with the example of Visa transactions, decentralised technologies must be able to compete with centralised alternatives, if they don’t want to remain at the margins. EOS solves blockchain pain points such as block size and forking issues, “gas war”, network congestion, and inefficient smart-contracts. Such advances strongly indicate that decentralised social media and payment processors will find their home on the EOS network, not Ethereum. Network features include: -As the EOS network employs parallel processing and asynchronous communication, it can support a vast amount of commercial-scale DApps, without hitting the usual performance bottlenecks. -If there's a bug on a particular DApp, the DApp can simply be suspended for maintenance, without the need of a hard fork of the entire network. -EOS’s DPOS and role-based permissions model also allows the flexibility to make instant high-level decisions, such as rollback and freezing, via a majority accord among designated stakeholders. -EOS also comes with usability features to make app development and maintenance easy. These include a web toolkit for interface development, self-describing interfaces, and self-describing database schemas. How EOS.fish Will Help EOS Make a Splash EOS.fish believes EOS adoption will be huge. Founded by Chun Wang, a co-founder of F2Pool, the world's leading mining pool, we are seeking to become one of the twenty-one block producers for EOS. As well as producing blocks, EOS.fish will be building the EOS community worldwide, and helping to educate it, too, by organising events and sharing our insights and the latest developments. Another important role of ours will be in the promotion of promising blockchain projects. This will include investment, expert advice, and community-based connections. We also provide the Fishlet, one of the most secure and accessible EOS wallets, used daily by thousands. We aim to be a key pillar of the global EOS community. We hope you will join with us in helping support and shape the amazing EOS platform. Join our community: https://t.me/eosfish_en Main website: https://eos.fish

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