EOS

Things Dan Larimer has said his team are working on.

Depending on your outlook this list may excite you or it may make you cynical. I was simply bored on a Thursday morning and decided to put it together. Please Tweet me any additions or corrections: @uvoheos.

June 23rd, 2017: they are working on adding the rest of the team to the Block.one website

July 3rd, 2017: …

EOS

A potential new career emerging: EOS dapp miners.

It can be possible to play many of the popular gambling dapps on EOS profitably. They all have a house edge in the range of 1-2% but they are paying out their native tokens as rewards on every bet and the value of these tokens on exchanges is sometimes more than the house edge.

BetDice …

EOS

How will EOS achieve mainstream adoption when this is what the new user experience looks like?

Somebody unfamiliar with blockchain wants to write articles on Everipedia. They have such a hard time figuring it out, they wind up in r/Everipedia asking for help.

Everipedia Invitations? from r/Everipedia

An hour later, they post a follow-up.

Comment from discussion willwrite4schlrshps’s comment from discussion "Everipedia Invitations?".

Don’t you feel bad for him? What are we even supposed to …

Airdrops and DApps

5 Questions for Everipedia cofounder Mahbod Moghadam

Mahbod Moghadam is the cofounder of Everipedia and Rap Genius. I asked him 5 Questions, here are his answers.

WF: What is Everipedia? Why should people get involved? What can the EOS community, and crypto community, do to help Everipedia succeed?

MM: The idea behind Everipedia is to make a better version of Wikipedia. Anything we can do …

Tech and Governance

Eyal Hertzog (Bancor) on RAM

Eyal Hertzog, Product Architect, Bancor on RAM at EOS Community Conference 2018.

Explaining RAM:

“Everyone is talking here about…the transactions per second of EOS. Which is amazing, right? We don’t see those numbers with other blockchains. RAM is the reason that we can do that because EOS is built in such a way that all the transactions …