Pi Network mobile mining

Pi Network mobile mining Pi is a new cryptocurrency for and by everyday people that you can “mine” (or earn) from your phone for free since it is in early stages.  Officially exist more than 3 million members in more than 175 countries. Pi Network is available on Android and iOS. Find all the info... Continue Reading →

Monitoring transactions on a private blockchain

Monitoring transactions on a private blockchain ​ I just started working with EOSIO and I created a private blockchain with 4 producersfollowing the bios boot sequence tutorial (https://developers.eos.io/welcome/latest/tutorials/bios-boot-sequence). My goal is to heavy-load test the network and measure the average throughput(transactions per second) and latency for a bunch of token transfers. What's more, I will... Continue Reading →

Old EOS – lost forever?

Old EOS - lost forever? I have 20 EOS that I got in 2017 on an old computer. I haven't actually looked at it since then, and see that I missed (by a long way!) a registration deadline. Main question is whether this is lost for good, or not? I can still see the old... Continue Reading →

If any EOS HODLers here are interested, I got fed up with r/wallstreetbets censoring any EOS/bitcoin/crypto discussion and made a version for crypto: r/SatoshiStreetBets! Check it out

If any EOS HODLers here are interested, I got fed up with r/wallstreetbets censoring any EOS/bitcoin/crypto discussion and made a version for crypto: r/SatoshiStreetBets! Check it out https://ift.tt/32lwb2T You can receive Bitcoin for performing simple tasks at Cointiply Submitted by little-eagle via reddit https://ift.tt/2Vib6EH

🔵 New “DISK” technology on EOSIO. block.one is developing a new resource called DISK for their EOSIO software. This will allow cheap storage of larger amounts of database information for dApps/smart contracts. DISK looks to be a LiquidApps vRAM competitor. DISK is on-chain & thus will operate faster

🔵 New “DISK” technology on EOSIO. block.one is developing a new resource called DISK for their EOSIO software. This will allow cheap storage of larger amounts of database information for dApps/smart contracts. DISK looks to be a LiquidApps vRAM competitor. DISK is on-chain & thus will operate faster https://youtu.be/r4VsAJiCukg You can receive Bitcoin for performing... Continue Reading →

What do you expect for EOS?

What do you expect for EOS? I am a kind of long term EOS holder. I believed in EOS because EOS is the fastest blockchain platform and has large communities, and importantly BlockOne has enough money to fund the project (billions of dollars). At the same time, there are criticisms such as buying votes and... Continue Reading →

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