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Block.one developed and created EOS. Block.one sought to create a smart contract platform to compete with others like Ethereum. EOS aims to separate itself from its competitors by providing governance for blockchain with refined usability.
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Features of EOS

Scalable and Fast
The EOS.io platform was built with optimizations for horizontal and vertical scaling that is applied to decentralized application son the network. The EOS team claims that the platform will ultimately be able to scale to millions of transactions per second. The team also plans to eliminate all user fees and make the platform more convenient for developers of decentralized applications.
Environmentally Friendly
The EOS platform does not use the energy-intensive Nakamoto consensus algorithm that is common in other digital currencies like Bitcoin. Instead, EOS uses the Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) consensus algorithm. This means that very little computing power is required from the 21 EOS block producers in order to maintain the network.
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What is EOS?

With its delegated Proof of Stake consensus algorithm, the EOS network is designed to offer superior scalability and transactional throughput. It supports the creation of smart contracts and facilitates the development, hosting and execution of commercial-level decentralized applications (dApps). As a platform for decentralized applications, EOS aims to solve the issues faced by Ethereum in terms of scalability, as it performs many of the same functions. The EOS ICO is one of the largest ICO’s of all time, raising approximately $4 billion over a year-long token sale. EOS’ on-chain governance allows the token holders to vote to decide who the block producers are. They can also vote on upgrades to the platform, the protocol bylaws, and the platform’s monetary policy. EOS currently sets its supply inflation at 5% per year. The annual inflation rate of outstanding supply is decided by the 21 block producers who vote on the matter.
Block producer votes are weighted by their relative EOS holdings. Tokens on the platform are essential to its growth and are used to make strategic investments that aim to make the ecosystem more valuable and more attractive to developers.

EOS Technology

EOS.io took the technological innovations of smart contracts and expanded on them to reduce the number of resources needed to scale a contract’s usage. EOS also implements Reference Smart Contracts which standardize the development process and add efficiencies to contract maintenance. This repository exists as a list of smart contracts that are required in order to run an EOS.io application. This list is generally used as a set of best practices that are frequently referenced by programmers who are developing applications on the EOS platform.

How to mine EOS?

The EOS.io platform runs a Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS) consensus model which does not include functionality for mining. In the place of miners, EOS token holders elect 21 block producers that validate and maintain the platform. These 21 block producers have exclusive rights to the generation of new EOS tokens. This means that you must be elected as a block producer by EOS tokens holders if you want to participate in the creation of EOS. The general public is programmatically barred for mining EOS. If you want to acquire EOS tokens, you can still purchase or trade for them on a digital asset exchange like Beaxy. All you need to do is register for an account, complete the verification, fund your account, and buy, sell, or trade for EOS tokens.

Risks of EOS Trading

Investment Risk EOS is a volatile asset that does roughly $2 billion in trading volume every day. The significant price changes seen with digital currencies like EOS imply that they contain more risk as investment relative assets like stocks, bonds, and real estate. If you are considering a buy, sell, or trade for EOS tokens it is important to factor in the increased levels of volatility that are common in cryptocurrency markets. EOS, in its trading history, has been valued as low as $0.48 and as high as $22.89. Security Risk EOS, being a digital currency, has a security risk that stems from taking seld-custody or uninsured custody of your digital assets. For example, money that is deposited into a bank in the United States is protected with FDIC insurance. This means that counterparty risk is greatly reduced because you would have an insured claim on your funds in the event that anything happened to them. While insurance on crypto deposits does exist it is not common. To increase the security of your holdings and reduce their attack surface, you can store EOS in an offline cold storage wallet. Regulatory Risk EOS carries the same regulatory risks that are faced by the cryptocurrency markets as a whole. Governments around the world have been slow to provide clear guidance, rules, regulation, legislation related to the possession, use, and sale of digital currencies. This means that the potential for harsh and unfavorable rules to be set in the future is still present and must be factored into any decisions that are made related to buying, selling, or trading digital currency.
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