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Introducing the EOSIO Webinar Series

July 8th, 2019

The Block.one Developer Relations team is pleased to announce a new learning opportunity for Developers: the EOSIO Webinars Series. These free, live, online events will give seasoned developers as well as newcomers a chance to learn new skills and keep up-to-date with the latest features and capabilities of EOSIO. Members of the Developer Relations team…

EOS Virtual Machine: A High-Performance Blockchain WebAssembly Interpreter

June 28th, 2019

In Washington, DC at the #B1June event, announcements related to EOSIO™ focused on improved performance and security of the platform. From integration with web standards like WebAuthn, to the announcement of the EOS Virtual Machine (EOS VM), EOSIO 2, the next major version of EOSIO, will further our goal of the mass adoption of blockchain…

EOS DApp Analysis Finds 75% Bot-Generated Transactions; Do Tron and Ethereum Practice the Same?

June 11th, 2019

The reports of  ‘fake trading volume’ on cryptocurrency exchanges were seen as a deceptive practice employed by the Exchanges to increase the marketability of their Exchange. The method is harmless as it mainly involves ‘wash trading,’ however, the volume data accentuates the actual volume and is unethical as well. Recently, a report on Dapps (Decentralized…

EOSIO Labs™ Release: WebAuthn Example Web App for EOSIO YubiKey Support

June 7th, 2019

This past weekend in Washington, DC at the B1June event, we announced EOSIO 2 updates on the horizon, which we hope will bring enhanced performance and support for the latest web authentication standards to EOSIO™. EOSIO 2, the next major version of EOSIO, will make using blockchain applications even easier for the masses. Continuing in the…

EOS #B1June Announcement: Has Block.one CEO left Another Clue about the Secret?

June 1st, 2019

The Block.one, #B1June Announcement is almost here, and he crypto-community is hyped about it. According to popular opinion, two possible announcements could be made. First, it involves a social media platform on the EOS blockchain. The platform would secure the privacy of individuals on the network and would enable seamless transfer of value as well….

EOSIO Labs™ Release: iOS and Chrome Extension Authenticator Reference Applications

May 29th, 2019

Last month, we introduced EOSIO Labs™, an initiative centered on open innovation. Through EOSIO Labs we can contribute to the conversation around the future of blockchain technology with thought leadership, tools, and software. From the Assert Manifest Security Model to the Universal Authenticator Library, and our most recent release, the EOSIO Explorer, this initiative is…

EOS Gains Over 15% As Block.one Build Anticipation for #B1June Annoncement

May 28th, 2019

EOS broke $8, gaining over 15% in the past 24 hours. The price of EOS at 4: 00 Hours UTC on 28th May 2019 is $7.9. The market capitalization of the entire cryptocurrency market rose by around 10% on Monday 27th May 2019, but have retained the gains after that. However, EOS has gained higher…

EOSIO Labs™ Release: The EOSIO™ Explorer

May 21st, 2019

Block.one is pleased to announce the release of EOSIO Explorer, a new web-based graphical user interface to improve the developer experience of interacting and monitoring EOSIO-based applications and networks in development. Previously, developers would have to use a command-line based toolchain that, while functional, is less user-friendly and more difficult for developers who prefer a…

EOSIO™ Software Release: Native SDKs for Swift and Java

May 17th, 2019

New Open Source Tools to Create First-Class Mobile Experiences on EOSIO™ In a very short period of time, we’ve witnessed an explosion of innovative EOSIO web applications due in large part to libraries like EOSJS. EOSJS, with over 5,000 weekly downloads, provides JavaScript developers with the tools they need for interacting with EOSIO blockchains, and for…

EOSIO Labs™ Release: The Assert Manifest Security Model

May 10th, 2019

Last month, we announced EOSIO Labs™, an initiative through which we have begun innovating in the open with regards to the future of blockchain technologies built on EOSIO. Our first release under this initiative explored the future of private key management and its implications on security and key management — the Universal Authenticator Library (UAL). This post continues…