-Crisis in Venezuela & how crypto can help
-Block Producers not voting in referendum
-Check out where the EOS Torch is here | EOS Torch
-REX Updates | EOS Authority
-EOS User Agreement: The final version of the EOS User Agreement | EOS New York
-ITAM Games, “Forget free-to-play, this is play-to-earn”
-The eosfinex smart contract plugin | eosfinex
-Bancor’s new unified wallet is live | Bancor
-StrongBlock closes $4MM funding round | AP News
-Samsung & HTC are bringing blockchain to the masses | Block Matrix
-Built on EOSIO, Platin and proof-of-location | EOSIO
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Stephane Bisson - EOS Nation - @EOS_Nation
Daniel Keyes - EOS Nation - @Daniel_Keyes
Luke Stokes - eosDAC - @lukestokes
Colin T. Crypto - www.colintalkscrypto.com - @ColinTCrypto
-Is the Worker Proposal System more aligned with anarcho-capitalism or socialism?
-Impressions from the conference
-DACs (Decentralized Autonomous Communities) and how to use advanced permissions and multi-signatures to customize and protect project code?
-How has the ICO investing landscape changed from 2017 to today?
-Conveniences of using EOSIO blockchains.
-Edge wallet features and Lynx wallet
-Intro to Fio Protocol - “Foundation for interwallet interoperability”.
-A different approach to EOS FUD.
Luke Stokes’ EOS Proxy: https://www.alohaeos.com/vote/proxy/lukeeosproxy
Colin T Crypto’s EOS Proxy: https://www.alohaeos.com/vote/proxy/colintcrypto
FIO: Foundation for Interwallet Operability: https://fio.foundation/
Anarchapulco website: https://anarchapulco.com/
-In depth discussion of The EOS User Agreement written by EOS New York.
-Referendum link: https://bloks.io/vote/referendums/eos...
-Initial expectations from the initial constitution
-How we got to this point in feeling it necessary to need a new set of operating guidelines.
-Motivations for writing the EUA
-Influences of Dan Larimer’s “intent of code is law” on the EUA proposal.
-Important ideas in the EUA that need to be more understood and explained to the community.
-Noteable components not necessary in the EUA: referendum, base layer arbitration, voting thresholds
-Questioning the necessity of needing 15% threshold to change the governing document.
-Voting incentives & pressures active in the interim constitution and how the EUA removes those pressures.
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EOS Titan Voting Heatmap: https://eostitan.com/heatmap
Panelists: NAME & Organization
Ashe Oro | FreedomProxy
Zane Whitener | FreedomProxy
Myles Snider | Aurora EOS
Luke Stokes | eosDAC
Michael Yeates | eosDAC
What does DAC and DAO stand for?
- Decentralized Autonomous Community (DAC)
- Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO)
- Introductions and how the panelists first became involved in the DAC space.
- How DACs can increase transparency, promote accountability and add security
- Relating how DACs are like owning "shares" in your community and having an influence based on how many shares you own.
- Brainstormed ways how a DAC might not succeed.
- Discussed the eosDAC token distribution and if the team would change how the distribution occurred.
- Larger future impacts of DACs
- Which communities do you see likely to adopt a DAC structure?
Help eosDAC get 15% voter turnout at https://members.eosdac.io/
- EOS as a store of value or a utility token?
- Importance of crafting a complete referendum proposal
- Reasoning for 15% voter participation for passing a referendum proposal
- Ways to approach handling the eosio.savings fund
- EOS Commons Development Fund proposal
- How to experiment w/ public funds while limiting the downside risks
- Fear of the eosio.savings account being abused
- Pressures for corruption of the eosio.saving fund will increase as the EOS token price goes up.
- Ways to fund community projects including: private investment, BPs allocating funds, EOS New York’s Voluntary Approach to the WPS, bounties funded via inflation with voter support.
- Ideas around voluntary inflation and how beneficial it could be to help reduce the time to market for the projects people want.
- Closing with ideas we think will increase voter turnout.
CDF Referendum Proposal: https://bloks.io/vote/referendums/wps
EOS New York’s Voluntary Approach to the WPS https://medium.com/eos-new-york/a-voluntaristic-approach-to-the-eos-worker-proposal-fund-1b2a94dad20b
Branden Espinoza | StrongBlock - https://twitter.com/brandenespinoza
Yves LaRose | EOS Nation - https://twitter.com/YBNormlJapan
Mr. DogHouse -
Thomas Cox | StrongBlock - https://twitter.com/TBCox
Sharif Bouktila | EOS Dublin - https://twitter.com/eosdublin
Myles Snider | Aurora EOS - https://twitter.com/myles_snider
Sponsored by FreedomProxy (www.FreedomProxy.org)
- Contributions of each panelist to the EOS Referendum
- Backstory of the referendum design process including early coding struggles, how to read/store the votes and how to display them.
- To control spam proposals using a fee or filtering versus letting all proposals be included.
- Existence of many custom voter interfaces that can display filtered and curated proposals instead of all of them.
- On chain comments attached to your vote.
- Override voting feature: Proxy users can individually vote for yourself on individual ideas while staying proxied.
- Abstaining from a vote while still counting towards the 15% total.
- Suggestion to enforcement to referendums in case BPs don’t execute them. Counterpoint: why change DPOS consensus away from 15/21 Block Producers since we do have the voting influence where we can vote in BPs that do execute the will of token holders and vote out those that don’t execute.
- Potential downvoting of BP feature
- Opinions on using inflation to build community projects. Discussed the idea of using smaller committees to guide voter approved projects.
- Asked for more voter proxies and BPs to publicly vote and take stances.
- Opinion polling capability by using the “Type” field to allow for simple sorting.
- The importance of creating high quality referendum proposals. - - - There is no official way to craft a referendum, but Ballotcraft is one guide to assist with it
Josh Kauffman - EOS Canada https://twitter.com/EOS_Canada
Matthieu Vachon - EOS Canada https://twitter.com/EOS_Canada
Daniel Keyes - EOS Nation https://twitter.com/daniel_keyes
Rohan Abraham - EOS Authority https://twitter.com/eosauthority
Answers to Every Question You Have About the EOS Referendum Contract:
Places you can vote & see referendum proposals:
EOS Authority site: https://eosauthority.com/polls
EOS Titan site: https://eostitan.com/proposals
On this episode of EOS.radio, we discussed:
- Origin of EOS42 as an EOS Block Producer and how the idea of the Chintai Resource Marketplace came about.
- Importance of UX/UI (user experience)
- Launch challenges, wins, improvements and other unforeseen obstacles
- Comparisons between Chintai and REX
- Chintai 2.0 improvements
- CHEX token specifics and why the "decentralized ownership" model will change the finance sector forever
- Hurdles so that non-crypto users will become future blockchain users
- Future vision of Chintai and how it has been evolving over time
- Community Sponsors of Chintai project
- The significance of passive income opportunities on EOS
Check out https://www.Chintai.io and read the Chintai 2.0 blog post
Also, if you are a liberty-minded person in the EOS community...visit https://www.FreedomProxy.org
- ECAF key change order NOT approved by BPs and thoughts about it.
- Using the account permissions functionality within EOSIO software to more securely protect your account.
- Tokenika’s “Walled Garden” approach to protecting accounts using smart contracts with pre-arranged rules and arbitration methods to ensure a transaction goes as planned without needing base layer arbitration.
- Property rights and the evolution into digital property rights.
- General uncertainty in the beginning in understanding what the interim constitution was.
- What EOS was intended to be based on Block.One’s perspective versus what could EOS be based on a voting community referendum?
- Impacts about upgrading system contracts too quickly or not at the same pace, how to effectively communicate these changes amongst the community. Understanding that existing projects can and will break due to not enough code testing and preparation taking place.
- Question for Everyone: “What does each person think is the biggest thing that will create an opportunity for new users to come in to the EOS ecosystem or what is something you are really excited about in the upcoming year?”
EOS Lost Key Automated Recovery Update: https://medium.com/@eosnationbp/eos-lost-key-recovery-status-update-f90e14fc6e47
Our EOS voter Proxy: www.FreedomProxy.org to proxy to “freedomproxy” but ONLY if you agree with us ;)
Yves LaRose (EOS Nation) - https://twitter.com/YBNormlJapan
Luke Stokes (eosDAC) - https://twitter.com/lukestokes
Kevin Rose (EOS New York) - https://twitter.com/eosnewyork
Marcin Ziętek (Tokenika.io) - https://twitter.com/Tokenika_io
Nathan James (Scatter) - https://twitter.com/Get_Scatter
- How Startoes began in the blockchain space
- Their reach within the Chinese EOS community
- Their premium name accounts purchases and how they hope to use them
- Incentivized proxy voting and “Games.eos”
- Controversy of owning two BPs
- Their view on Commerce vs Politics
Jerry (COO, StartEOS) - https://twitter.com/StarteosIO
Monica (International Community Manager, StartEOS) -https://twitter.com/StarteosIO
- Background story and the mission and ideas behind the creation of TELOS
- TELOS Implementation differences from EOS blockchain including inverse weighted voting, reduced # of tokens for controlling whale effects initially, more strict block producer requirements, and methods to enforce the rules agreed upon by BPs.
- GoodGrants offering a chance for free NET and CPU to dapps for 1 year if chosen.
- Worker Proposal Fund
- Intro to the TELOS Foundation as a DAC (Decentralized Autonomous Corporation)
- SQRL (Squirrel) Wallet
TELOS Foundation: https://telosfoundation.io/
GoodGrants Program: https://goodblock.io/goodgrant
Medium Blog: https://medium.com/@teloslogical
Beth Farnham (GoodBlock) - https://twitter.com/bethfarnham
Douglas Horn (GoodBlock) - https://twitter.com/Douglas_Horn
Rob Konsdorf (EOS Detroit) - https://twitter.com/eosiodetroit
- Referendum voting details and wallet integration to assist with referendum voting.
- DPOS is the governance mechanism and the voter referendum is the signalling mechanism.
- Strict constitution interpretations versus being more relaxed in current rule sets and being business friendly.
- Vote Buying
- Ideas on who a Block Producer should be and how the expectations for a Block Producer is shifting over time.
- Airdrop distribution variations: Genesis block snapshot vs. Current snapshot only vs. Hybrid snapshots vs. targeted and engagement based reward drops.
- Competition between EOSIO blockchains.
- Ideas on what we think will help increase the value and price of the EOS token.
Yves LaRose (EOS Nation) - https://twitter.com/YBNormlJapan
Myles Snider (Aurora EOS) - https://twitter.com/myles_snider