#BuiltOnEOSIO: Wizards.one Marks its Territory on the EOS Battlefield

October 31st, 2018

The team behind LetItPlay have built a CryptoKitties-style game involving CryptoWizards — and a trading system that can be replicated and scaled, says CEO Andrey Durakov How would you describe your DAPP? Andrey Durakov: Wizards.one is a game involving CryptoWizards, colorful digital characters that can be bought, collected, and auctioned. But ultimately they exist to fight each other…

Announcing Elemental Battles — Block.one’s

October 18th, 2018

Announcing Elemental Battles: Block.one’s New Tutorial for On-boarding Aspiring Blockchain Developers New release makes learning EOSIO easy for anyone who can use JavaScript and C++ Today, Block.one is thrilled to unveil Elemental Battles, an exciting new toolkit that will inspire and on-board a new generation of blockchain developers by simplifying the learning curve for EOSIO beginners….

#BuiltOnEOSIO: Canada’s Eva Takes Ride-Sharing Local

October 18th, 2018

Co-operative model could mark a new blockchain-based iteration of the sharing economy One of the phrases most commonly touted by blockchain developers is “decentralization.” The team behind Eva, “a co-operative ride-sharing application” built on the EOSIO blockchain protocol, are certainly enthusiastic about that concept. But there’s another guiding principle that seems just as fundamental to Eva…

EOSIO Version 1.4.0

October 18th, 2018

EOSIO Version 1.4.0 Release: Deterministic Snapshots, Cloud Server Performance, and updates to the EOSIO Contract Development Toolkit Today we are pleased to announce the next version of EOSIO, V1.4.0. We have also addressed a major update to the EOSIO.CDT, which you can read more about below. For EOSIO V1.4.0 you can view the detailed release…

Calling Technical Mentors for the EOS Global Hackathon in San Francisco

October 11th, 2018

It’s that time again. Following the huge success of Block.one’s EOS Global Hackathon events in Hong Kong, Sydney and London — where teams showcased their creative blockchain-based solutions and the top three from each hackathon walked away with cash prizes and the chance to compete in the Grand Finale, in Cape Town, for US$500,000 — our next stop is…