Category Archives: EOS Basics

Presale Announcement | Dapp Launch

  As promised, we are updating our community as we move through each phase of platform development for the BET50 platform. This week’s milestone’s include: SOCIALS We crossed 200 members in our discord and telegram group as more people are hearing about BET50 and flocking to the community base.Things have been moving fast as we…

How to Change Your Genesis EOS Keys for Dummies

Those of us that had EOS prior to launch of main-net and registered for the conversion from Ethereum based tokens to EOS tokens were given key pairs with the same active and owner keys for simplicity. This means if your Active Key was compromised you could not make the necessary adjustments to secure your tokens…

What is EOS? In layman’s terms

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series EOS FAQ

This is the first article of my series of articles about EOS. I am creating a series of articles in which I answer commonly asked questions about EOS. In this post, I will try to explain the fundamental principles of EOS blockchain and how it works. This specific post is not directed towards the users…

The Necessity of the EOS Rex proposal, and why it’s essential.

What is the Rex proposal, and why is it needed? Well for those of you that are unaware, Rex stands for Resource Exchange, it is a proposal made by Dan Larimer, which proposes the addition of a lending/borrowing platform that allows individual users to lend out EOS token capacity, while simultaneously allowing borrowers to borrow…

What to do if Your EOS Account is Hacked?

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series EOS FAQ

We often see people complaining about their crypto accounts getting hacked. In most cases, there is nothing to do since crypto is generally immutable. But EOS offers some mutable features that allow people to recover their accounts. In this post, I will talk about these features, how they work and how a general user can…

EOSBluff is Officially Live on Mainnet!

EOSBluff.io is officially live on Mainnet! Our game is one of the first PvP (player vs player) gambling card games built on EOS.  The object of the game is to have the highest points after receiving a total of three (3) cards. Each card has a randomly generated number between 1 to 10. The highest points you…

eosGO, the CMC for the EOS spere

Most crypto users will be familiar with the website from CoinMarketCap (CMC) that lists over 2000 crypto currencies with their current prices in a selection of fiat currencies. For any new coin or token, it is a major step to get listed on this page as it provides visibility to their project. It used to…