EOS is yet another Ethereum competitor that uses a “Delegated Proof of Stake” (DPOS) system, which supposedly improves on the regular PoS system because users can delegate their voting rights to others in the network in order to decrease transaction verification times and make the network run more efficiently.
EOS also separates read and write actions to increase speed and enables public and private blockchains to communicate asynchronously. Instead of long addresses, users of the platform can also create account names, and those accounts can have different permission levels.
With EOS, you can also roll back changes to fix serious bugs if a supermajority of users agree to the changes. Presumably, this is done to avoid the same situation that created Ethereum Classic and the new Ethereum fork.
Max Supply: 1,006,245,120
Circulating Supply: 900,000,000
Total Supply: 906,245,118
Cryptographic Algorithm: –
Issue Date : 2017-07-02
Source Code: https://github.com/EOSIO
Issue Price: $0.990000
White Paper: EN
Consensus Protocol: DPOS
Explorer 1: http://eosflare.io/
Explorer 2: http://eospark.com/
Explorer 3: https://bloks.io/
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