Category Archives: EOS CPU

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…

Gambling Mania Over, REX is a Code and Mass Adoption Still on Hold.

First of all, EOS is an experiment which has been live for 8 months. In this short period of time we have seen something very important happen – namely the first adoption (not mass) of Dapps (decentralised applications). We have also seen the first “fall of Dapps” as the gambling dapps took a collective nosedive…

What are resources in EOS?

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series EOS FAQ

In my previous post, I explained the fundamentals of EOS. There, I mentioned that EOS is an operating system designed to run decentralized applications. This operating system is run online and there are 21 main block producer nodes that power it. The system specifications of the nodes determine how fast EOS blockchain can process transactions.…

Life of a Small Time Investor #9

This entry is part 9 of 12 in the series Life of a Small Time Investor

Thank you for reading, I am Dukefish, an EOS advocate and this blog series “Life of a Small Time Investor” is intended to share my experience with the crypto world and help those learn from my mistakes and triumphs. Though as always, this blog is not investment advice just how the chips have fallen for…

Life of a Small Time Investor #8

This entry is part 8 of 12 in the series Life of a Small Time Investor

  Thank you for reading, I am Dukefish, an EOS advocate and this blog series “Life of a Small Time Investor” is intended to share my experience with the crypto world and help those learn from my mistakes and triumphs. Though as always, this blog is not investment advice just how the chips have fallen…

How To Avoid (most) CPU Problems For Now

Every day I see people complain about CPU problems. And that is fine. I agree that there are issues regarding CPU, and while we wait for the allmight supreme leader Dan Larimer and his comrades over at Block.one to lead us out of our miseries, there are some easy ways to avoid most CPU problems.…

Yesterday is Not Ours to Recover, But Tomorrow is Ours to Win or Lose.

A quick look into the current community of EOS IO.       Many EOS community members have been curious about the recent loss in EOS’ value. We’ve seen explanations from “It’s just FUD man!” to “The whales are looking for a deal.”. What do you think? Let’s take a closer look into the situation, why…