Beni Hakak speaks about blockchains and DAPPNetwork and their decentralized oracles and services for dapps
What are microforks and how to handle them? EOSIO chains are growing every half-second. At this rate, microforks are common but the dfuse platform auto-navigates these microforks to save you from writing 1000s of lines of code to handle them.
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On Coingecko it's already out, on CMC it's at #10 and about to be overtaken by Cardano. I think EOS was the #4 crypto at one time! At this point it would've been much better holding Bitcoin, or just about any crypto other than scams.
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I am thinking of holding long term, I have read predictions of hitting $8 in 2024 this seems like such a small increase which makes it feel like a dying currency. It is disappointing that you do not get the volatility similar to that of bitcoin. What are peoples thoughts?
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For blockchain developers who want to understand the very low-level components of dfuse, part 1 of this review of bstream covers how blocks flow through the protobuf definitions and then through the dfuse for EOSIO stack.
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I'm used to Ethereum but recently have been increasingly excited about the EOS platform. I'd like to use a prediction platform like Augur but on EOS… is there anything like this at the moment?
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Make sure not to miss the latest EOS Hot Sauce video! - Voice Launch Zoom Party with EOS Israel and the Voice team. - WAX continues to impress! Marvel and William Shatner as advisors Joe Exotic NFTs coming! - New NFT marketplace: NFT Cow - EOSX delivers
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I'm starting to accumulate DAPP tokens, and was wondering if anyone knew of a way to "secure" them in the same I can secure my eos tokens by staking or leasing them with a minimum period to unlock, preventing anyone who obtains my active key from clearing out my account.
As I understand it, "staking" DAPP tokens is used to access the resources that the DAPP network provides, which I don't really have a use for at present. Should I just stake them anyway even though I don't need the resources? Or are there any I can stake to that will generate a passive income?
I see Chintai have released a DAPP leasing market, would this keep my tokens safe in the same way it REX does for EOS?
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I got the following error message when I tried to buy RAM:
连接 Scatter 失败: 请确认 Scatter 钱包已启动，全局代理、 VPN 已关闭，然后再次尝试。
I'm not using a VPN. I can't read Chinese and I don't know what Scatter is.
I use Atomic Wallet and I tried to send 1 EOS to Celsius Network and it wouldn't work. Eospark says I have 953 bytes of a possible 4.30 KB RAM. I have 13.00 us CPU and 50.78 KB Net. What does all this even mean?
Somebody please ELI5. I know a lot about blockchain and cryptocurrencies but I've never had to deal with this bullshit before.
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Join us for a live chat during this week's EOS Hot Sauce Premiere on YouTube @ 12PM ET today! This week we talk about the Voice Launch Party in less than 1 week a ton of WAX updates including 2 new council members some EOS integrations in financial produ