EOS is another project of STEEMs original developer and its presale starts today.
So while you will get tokens right now (if you are lucky to buy!) you will meet the technology in a year yet you will have your placed covered already with tradeable tokens.
To keep it short - its supossed to be biggest Ethereum competitor, and decentralized Operating System based on Graphene technology. Its said it will be able to merge other blockchains or use their functions but since we are a year from full disclosure alot may change or get added by then.
Dev team suggests Metamask (chrome extension) or MyEtherWallet (online wallet) to send ETH into the ICO and redeem there.
Other wallets dont have advanced enough functions to be able to make tokens visible and usable right away. More info will be disclosed after launch but just stick to
In this series of posts, We will present current feature set that eSteem is offering. And details and usage of presented features. Each post will include gif animation and its explanation to guide reader through the process of using it. Note that these features are being improved constantly, you might notice some changes/addition in future releases.
For those who find eSteem related post first time and don't know what eSteem is: It is mobile and desktop application for Steem! eSteem is offering some of the unique features (Bookmarking, Post Drafts, Image upload/capture, Personal Gallery, Notifications, many more) for mobile users! Evolution of eSteem desktop app is under development.
eSteem supports multi-currency where you can see post rewards in any currency you l
The token trades on exchanges since longer time and network is in early alpha for this moment.
Current season of amazing show Sillicon Valley - a comedy about creating unicors in the hearts of VC world - is exactly about new idea of our heroes, the decentralized internet. I dont want to put spoilers here but if you never seen this show ASAP ride by seasons 01 and 02 to land on our beloved 03 where soon i feel we will meet blockchain. Richard says:
What if we use all those phones to build a massive network? We use my compression algorithm to make everything small, efficient, move things around. And if we could do it, we could build a completely decentralized version of our current internet with no firewalls, no tolls, no government regulation, no spying. Information would be totally free in every sense of the word.
Bitcoin has already been refered in previous epi
Centralized or privatized intelligence serves only the interests of a small group of executives and shareholders. In contrast to a central or private intelligence, however, decentralized intelligence will be publicly available and also serve the public interest. Not to be confused with public intelligence groups like @phibetaiota, however, decentralized systems will be entirely based on blockchain or blockchain-esque technology. Blockchains allow the sharing of critical pieces of intelligence data with the entire world while also protecting it from tampering, censorship, destruction and of course, centralized
Din's Fire (after the Goddess of Power in the Legend of Zelda series), my objective is to create the first ever open-source DIN - decentralized intelligence network - built on blockchain technology. The core of Din's Fire will utilize ChainBB and the
If we look at some of the most popular online platforms that currently exist, it's evident that most of the platforms are nothing more than simply centralized services that absorb the value that their users generate for them. Users who are active on the Facebook platform are literally the reason that Facebook is able to make so much money, and no one seems to question where all of their revenue comes from. The users of the platform create all of the value that the platform has, and without the users the platform would legitimately be useless. The concept of 'Don't post for free' is so powerful, because the true adoption will likely take place once individuals flock to the Steemit platform for the reason that they fundamentally agree with what it stands for rather than just a met
As you know I've been a member here since May 2016! I wanted to make this short post as part of motivation to newcomers and also part of showing how being consistent paid off at the end.
I've been here grinding for over a year now, started out with nothing but a lot of time on my hands. I was lucky to stumble on the site before the big pump of last year up to $4/Steem and stayed around during the whole decline in price. While many were leaving and giving up on the platform because of it, I myself knew that it was only a matter of time until the price would pick up again.
I had seen this happen before in so many other cryptocurrency communities.
The volatility and constant decline in price are a big factor for people losing interest, but its not the biggest one. As many of you nowadays are aware of fake-news and propaganda, this didn't exclude crypto communities, I'd say it was even worse here because of the anonymous nature of payments. I saw it happening with Ethereum, the worst was after a
In part one we talked about the possible creator of Bitcoin. It can be seen here:
*Again I want to reiterate that these are just my thoughts and not necessarily fact. No one knows for sure who Satoshi Nakamoto is or who he represents.
At the end of the post I postulated that the possible creator could be a government and the likeliest government in my opinion would be the government of the United States.
For one it solves the question as to how one individual could have created such a historic an technically impressive feat all by himself, in his basement.
And secondly, it also solves the q
The technology likely to have the greatest impact on the next few decades has arrived. And it's not social media. It's not big data. It's not robotics. It's not even AI. You'll be surprised to learn that it's the underlying technology of digital currencies like Bitcoin. It's called the blockchain. Blockchain.
Now, it's not the most sonorous word in the world, but I believe that this is now the next generation of the internet, and that it holds vast promise for every business, every society and for all of you, individually.
You know, for the past few decades, we've had the internet of information. And when I send you an email or a PowerPoint file or something, I'm actually not sending you the original, I'm sending you a copy. And that's great. This is democratized information. But when it comes to assets -- things like money, financial assets like stocks and bonds, loyalty points, intellectual property, music, art, a vot
New concepts for cryptocurrencies are emerging like the website Steemit.com where content creators and curators are rewarded with cryptocurrencies.
Dan Dicks of Press For Truth breaks down what Steem Dollars are, how it's possible for them to exist and how you can get your hands (or computer) on some!