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What happens in a scenario with too many altcoins in existence and not enough bitcoin buyers? Does the entire crypto market fail? a lot of alt-coiners don't seem to understand the risks associated with these altcoins...

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The $EOS Network has successfully completed its consensus upgrade to @AntelopeIO Leap 3.1

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A range-break from Bitcoin could trigger buying in ADA, ATOM, FIL and EOS this week

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A range-break from Bitcoin could trigger buying in ADA, ATOM, FIL and EOS this week

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EOS Price Analysis August 2022

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WARNING: Aptos and Sui are VC controlled shitcoins. Retail will get rekt.

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Isn't ICP a *clear* evolution of blockchain technology, am I missing something?

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What does Coinbase do with all of our dust?

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EOSQUID stealth launched now ~3K$ Marketcap, EOS Rewards on the Binance Smartchain, big gem and great dev!

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EOSQUID Stealth Launch Today 08:00 UTC, the new squid game token, EOS Reflections on the Binance Smartchain by simply holding | Based Dev and team behind the project!

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Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, ETH, BCH, AXS, EOS

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EOS Price Analysis July 2022

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Confusion reigns as Vitalik Buterin praises EOS while slamming Ethereum

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Confusion reigns as Vitalik Buterin praises EOS while slamming Ethereum

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Vitalik Buterin praise EOS while slamming Ethereum

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540% profit in a bear market! How?

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Cardano Founder Reacts to Vitalik Buterin’s Derogatory Comment on EOS: "V, You OK?"

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Vitalik: EOS is Ethereum On Steroids. The name reflects the fact that the core team learned from Ethereum's amateurish naivety and idealism, and built out a team of professional top-talent software developers that created a smart contract platform with much higher scalability and speed.

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Most people lose all their money in a bear market

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How altcoins are faring since bitcoin has been going sideways

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How have altcoins fared since btc started going sideways?

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Is buying EOS like buying Bitcoin at a discount? | CryptoSlate

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Take this downtime to learn a blockchain programming language.

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2018 - A trip down memory lane of one of the wildest and weirdest Crypto years in history.

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Hypothetical question to you but real to me - Life savings + 4x = What coin?

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Opinions on EOS?

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Help me invest €25k in crypto Reddit

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Blockchain-based Social Media Platforms

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[AMA] I've found D/DoS flaws in 20+ blockchains - ask me anything

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Have you noticed that ADA is the best performing major asset during bullruns?

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Binance.US discontinuing staking

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This just caused the Electro Optic (ASX:EOS) share price to soar 14%

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2017-Era Layer 1s Are Showing Signs of Life. EOS, Zilliqa, and Internet Computer look primed for an upward impulse as multiple technical indicators turn bullish.

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another good day. Banana became 13% more delicious while Vechain and EOS each gained 20%.

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The worst thing about crypto being a cult is how shit we're all are at recruiting people

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All the 'dead' 2017 coins are pumping and it's weird

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Benefits Of EOS

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Im trying to get into crypto but Kraken Customer service are making it a real turn off

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We're in a bear market regardless of news

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Sentiment on Ren, BAT, EOS?

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"It's not a loss until you sell" reeeally isn't as smart as you think it is

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I really wouldn't want to hold altcoins right now

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CoinDesk 20: AVAX, LUNA, MANA, SHIB Are In; Bitcoin Money, EOS, ETH Traditional, Filecoin Are Out

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Is there really an Ethereum “killer” or its just empty talk

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Coindesk 20: AVAX, LUNA, MANA, SHIB Are In; Bitcoin Cash, EOS, ETH Classic, Filecoin Are Out

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Inside the blockchain developers’ mind: Can EOS deliver a killer social DApp?

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[OC] I've made an analysis tool for cryptocurrency source code. Here are the results for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Solana, EOS.

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[OC] I've made an analysis tool for cryptocurrency source code. Here are the results for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Solana, EOS.

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Larimer Scam Cycle Evolved & Why You Should Stay Away From EOS and Anything Associated With Dan Larimer

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Weiss Ratings is running an ad campaign on YouTube to get you to sign up for "insider info." I'm here to tell you why you can't trust them.

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Larimer Scam Cycle Evolved & Why You Should Stay Away From EOS and Anything Associated With Dan Larimer ADVICE

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So, did you buy the dip again?

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META KISHU inu Obtain rewards for holding and NFTs in P2E games

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Stop Listening To Billionaires

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I am sure you guys are worried about Bear or Bull. So here is my strategy which helps me not really care which direction.

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Shorting dying coins and longing Eth & BTC

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Grayscale Investments Confirms Consideration of New Products in VeChain, IOTA, EOS

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I fed an AI the names of the current top 25 cryptocurrencies and made it predict the rest of the top 100

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The age of a coin, 13 of the top 30 coins (lets also exclude BTC/ETH, Stable coins, and memecoins) are from 2019 onwards.

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anyone else losing faith in SOL?

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Top 7 Crypto Dumpster Dives! Cryptocurrency Panic Buy Picks - SOL, DOT, LINK, KAD, MATIC, ALGO, EOS

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HODL culture is a very dangerous cult (esp. for altcoins), please stop doing this to people and let them take profit whenever they want. There is nothing wrong with taking profit when you're 30% up. Not everything has to be up 5000% for you to approve of someone else's unHodling

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Dan Larimer returns to EOS Foundation to rebuild after Block.One axed

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CRO and LRC are just a repeat of EOS and LTC

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Chainlink is trash, prove me wrong.

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Remember Nano, this sub's (former?) favorite coin? It left the top 200 for the first time since 2017 today

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Is Cardano Running a Delayed EOS Type Scam / Dump?

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Question: About some Alt coins

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Economics of Cross-chain DEX with Sifchain.

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recommendation of a new project

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Is an EOS revival possible !?

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Even projects you believe in can fail. Please don't deceive yourself. Invest responsibly. Don't let the high of a long bull market distort your decisions. Crypto is still an extremely risky investment and no one has a crystal ball to predict the future, even your favorite YouTuber. + A little story

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Now name some of the big ones from 2018 (Waltonchain, EOS, BCN) that didn’t work out

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>I understand your not forced but practically you are because of amount of eth needed (cost) and risk of slashing pretty much guarantees you will not run one yourself but seek out other entities. What if rocket pool screws up, what if lido is hacked and loses keys. If a stake pool loses their keys you lose your coins. This has already happened lookup Stakehound and Fireblocks. The risk of slashing is why people should *not* seek out other (especially large) entities. The only time someone is slashed is for attacking the network, so the only way you can ensure you aren't is by *not* using centralized validators. The smaller your validator or the more decentralized *the set of* is the less risk you're taking on. *What if* Rocket Pool screws up? Their protocol isn't validating blocks. Lido doesn't have keys to lose, IIRC they've decentralized at each step and stepped away from the 6/11 multi sig that used to be in place (which was stronger than Cardano's current multisig for reference). The smart contracts are simple and have been audited probably as many times as the Beacon deposit-contract itself. Users holding the liquid tokens aren't at risk of slashing since the validator pool is massive so one entity getting slashed is miniscule, and because validators are required to put up collateral in case of slashing so liquid token holders aren't penalized by a bad staker. >>I picked 2024 because it was in a discord message sent from one of the Eth core dev's on discord. So don't plan on being able to unstake anytime soon. That one dev who isn't working on withdraws is being shat on by every dev who is working on withdraws, which is worth noting. Don't let 1 person speak for an entire decentralized community. The people working on it say soon. >>If you look at delegated Proof of Stake from Cardano, EOS, Tron you have a working model where you funds stay in your wallet. There is no need to risk slashing to make it work properly and you can get far better decentralization. *Delegating isn't staking*. You are voting on the delegate who is staking. I find it extremely disingenuous to call *voting* on a delegate any legitimate form of *staking*, or else the predictions tournament held here is staking too and so are airdrops. dPOS is always going to be bad for decentralization, so much research has gone into this and there's not any non-altruistic endgame. The whole idea *is* everyone necessarily deposits into centralized pools, how can that go right? There's nothing preventing delegates from bribing the community, forming cartels, or colluding to <51%, then users are stuck since a protocol change can be implemented before the majority not paying attention take notice. It relies on *all* people caring about a pure democracy, which is a pipe dream else entities like Binance wouldn't have 60+ full ADA delegates. >For a "not your keys not your crypto" community they sure seem to be happy to give up their coins to centralized actors. Why is Lido popular because people actually want liquid staking. Lido is decentralized and you can hold your liquid tokens in a hard wallet, but I agree - people need to witness a slashing event before they realize what's at stake and why decentralization is key. Since MtGox people have gotten pretty lazy, and I don't think Celsius blew up until after most stake was already locked up, nor were any decentralized staking alternatives available. Once withdraws come a lot of people will reshuffle. I'm just not a fan of dPOS. I am barely ok with POS but so far I'm fine with Ethereum's decisions since they are also barely ok with (most iterations of) POS as well so are making very well researched moves. dPOS had been tried already and didn't work out like people hoped and I don't see any technical purposal to avoid the pitfalls that come along. I'd rather use Solana or any semi-centralized chain over dPOS because at least the few 'delegates' have something real at stake there.

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#Proof-of-Stake Con-Arguments Below is an argument written by MrMoustacheMan which won 1st place in the Proof-of-Stake Con-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Reusing from [my previous entry here](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/pfoke5/rcc_cointest_general_concepts_pos_conarguments/hd7dme2/). > > *Disclosure: (assuming Ethereum successfully transitions to PoS) ~50-60% of my current portfolio is in PoS coins, not including tokens that run on those chains* > > #PoS Con Argument > > Just a note that there are [lots of variations](https://www.finyear.com/photo/art/default/31320255-29572660.jpg?v=1551793721) on the Proof of Stake consensus model - e.g., [Proof of Staked Authority](https://github.com/binance-chain/whitepaper/blob/master/WHITEPAPER.md#consensus-and-validator-quorum) (BSC), [Pure Proof of Stake](https://www.algorand.com/technology/pure-proof-of-stake) (ALGO), Bonded Proof of Stake (ATOM), Delegated Proof of Stake (EOS), Liquid Proof of Stake (XTZ), Nominated Proof of Stake (DOT) etc. Different implementations have different tradeoffs, but I'll try to keep the main arguments general. > > ##Wealth and control > > - As other con arguments mention, PoS consensus favors big players and can [lead to centralization of wealth and control](https://medium.com/stakin/centralization-of-stake-in-pos-f7ccb8f8254). > > - In the absence of staking pools or delegators, the necessary capital required to self-stake (+ hardware costs) can exclude smaller participants: > > - [If you got in early, then you have a larger stake - and your position is basically guaranteed since you had a head start in earning rewards](https://www.coinbureau.com/blockchain/proof-of-activity-explained-hybrid-consensus-algorithm/#Introducing_Proof_of_Stake). > > - If you have a bigger stake you're probably in a position to hoard it, accruing compound interest and solidifying your position as a whale. > > * Airdrops are great, but if they're based off a snapshot of staked holdings ('stakedrop') then the rich get richer (some projects have tried to make [fairer distributions](https://medium.com/osmosis/osmo-token-distribution-ae27ea2bb4db), but [whales gonna do whale things](https://np.reddit.com/r/cosmosnetwork/comments/q8y550/centralization_issue_in_juno/)). > > - The bonding/unbonding periods of some protocols disincentivize participation from less wealthy users who may need to keep their assets liquid in the face of market volatility (i.e. opportunity cost). E.g., ATOM has a 21 day unbonding period. > > - Even if you delegate your stake to validators, there is a centralization of power/wealth: > > - The lack of incentive for smaller participants to be active in the voting process undermines the system's democratic intentions: > > > "[This leaves the door open for the whales to have a more direct influence over the network, especially if they are also able to take control of masses of smaller votes via proxy.](https://www.coinbureau.com/education/delegated-proof-stake-dpos/#Disadvantages_of_DPoS)" > > - Entrusting validation to a small group of participants introduces trust into the equation - delegates could form cartels making the blockchain less decentralized and less resilient to attacks. > > - Cartels aren't just a theoretical issue - historical examples include **EOS**, which has a [vote buying system](https://research.binance.com/en/analysis/eos-governance) leading to [accusations of cartels bribing an exchange](https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2018/10/04/vote-buying-scandal-stokes-fears-of-eos-governance-failure/) and **LISK** which had a [cartel](https://np.reddit.com/r/Lisk/comments/8dwwqa/delegates_or_delegateyou_decide/) likened to [the mafia](https://medium.com/coinmonks/lisk-the-mafia-blockchain-47248915ae2f). > > - Various examples of centralization on more notable chains include: > > - **ADA**: [Binance has 12% of the total stake](https://adapools.org/groups). As /u\/Eagle-Pool explained in [this post](https://np.reddit.com/r/cardano/comments/muf1ap/why_staking_your_ada_with_binance_is_a_bad_idea/): > > >"Cardano created [Enterprise Wallets](https://docs.cardano.org/en/latest/learn/types-addresses.html) that were meant to be used by exchanges that shouldn't carry stake rights. Clearly, Binance isn't using those since they've created so many pools. If they participate in Catalyst voting, they have enough Ada to make or break any project." > > - **ATOM**: [CEXs \(Binance, Coinbase and Kraken\) hold ~17% of the staking power](https://www.mintscan.io/cosmos/validators). > > - **BNB**: [21 validators and if you want to be one you'll need a minimum 10,000 BNB](https://docs.binance.org/smart-chain/validator/Parameters.html). Meanwhile, [Binance owns ~80% of BNB](https://www.coincarp.com/currencies/binance-coin/richlist/). > > - **ETH**: running your own [validator requires 32 ETH](https://github.com/ethereum/annotated-spec/blob/master/phase0/beacon-chain.md#gwei-values). [~20% of validators belong to whales and centralized exchanges.](https://beaconcha.in/charts/deposits_distribution) > > - **DOT**: would recommend the [DOT Con Argument thread](https://np.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/og2peh/rcryptocurrency_cointest_top_10_category_polkadot/) for specifics on the confusing election and nomination aspects of the governance system. [The minimum required stake needs to be higher than the least staked validator](https://wiki.polkadot.network/docs/faq#what-is-the-minimum-stake-necessary-to-be-elected-as-an-active-validator), currently [1.6M DOT](https://ipfs.io/ipns/polkadot.dotapps.io/#/staking/targets). > > - Lastly, there's also centralization to consider given validators' reliance on infrastructure providers like AWS, [Bison Trails](https://bisontrails.co/protocols/) or [Infura for ETH](https://coinmarketcap.com/alexandria/article/ethereums-infura-iating-outage-revives-decentralization-concerns) and software clients ([like Geth for ETH](https://medium.com/coinmonks/how-eth-2-0-could-resolve-the-long-running-centralization-debate-c416b394e54c)). > > > > ###Subjectivity > > - This may be a bit more technical, so bear with me. > > - There is trust involved not just when delegating to a validator, but also at a more fundamental level - how PoS nodes connecting to the network 'learn' what the 'truth' is, i.e. how to sync and validate the correct chain: > > - PoW networks like Bitcoin's are **objective**: [when a new node comes online it can determine the 'truth' based off the protocol and the history of previous blocks](https://blog.ethereum.org/2014/11/25/proof-stake-learned-love-weak-subjectivity/). > > - On the other end of the spectrum is a network like Ripple, which is **subjective**: [all the nodes are sort of doing their own thing to determine what the truth is. The network thus requires nodes to have reputation, otherwise anyone could spin up a bunch of nodes to take over](https://blog.ethereum.org/2014/11/25/proof-stake-learned-love-weak-subjectivity/) (i.e., [Sybil Attack](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sybil_attack)). > > - PoS falls in the middle, it's '**[weakly subjective](https://academy.binance.com/en/glossary/weak-subjectivity)**': [when a new node comes online it has to find someone to tell it what the truth is so it can sync up. Reliance on a trusted third party thus adds a small but non-zero amount of risk not found in the PoW security model](https://blog.ethereum.org/2014/11/25/proof-stake-learned-love-weak-subjectivity/). ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/r6voht/general_concepts_round_pos_conarguments_december/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Proof_of_Stake) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds. Since this is a con-argument, what could be a better time to promote the Skeptics Discussion thread? You can find the latest thread [here](/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/xsqkga/monthly_optimists_discussion_october_2022/).

>I understand your not forced but practically you are because of amount of eth needed (cost) and risk of slashing pretty much guarantees you will not run one yourself but seek out other entities. What if rocket pool screws up, what if lido is hacked and loses keys. If a stake pool loses their keys you lose your coins. This has already happened lookup Stakehound and Fireblocks. The risk of slashing is why people should *not* seek out other (especially large) entities. The only time someone is slashed is for attacking the network, and the only way you can ensure you aren't is by *not* using centralized validators. What if Rocket Pool screws up? Their protocol isn't validating. Lido has no keys to lose either, withdraws come out of a smart contract. Users holding the liquid tokens aren't at risk of slashing since 1 the pool is massive and 2 validators are required to put up collateral in case of slashing. >I picked 2024 because it was in a discord message sent from one of the Eth core dev's on discord. So don't plan on being able to unstake anytime soon. Lol and that one dev is getting absolutely shit on by every other dev who's actually working on withdraws. So don't plan on 1 person speaking for all of Ethereum. >If you look at delegated Proof of Stake from Cardano, EOS, Tron you have a working model where you funds stay in your wallet. There is no need to risk slashing to make it work properly and you can get far better decentralization. That isn't staking. You are voting on a delegate in dPOS and the delegate is staking. There's nothing at stake as the user here so I find it extremely disingenuous to call voting on a delegate any form of *staking*. dPOS is bad for decentralization any way you slice it. There's nothing preventing delegates from bribing the community or forming cartels, or centralizing to <51%, then users are stuck like that indefinitely. >For a "not your keys not your crypto" community they sure seem to be happy to give up their coins to centralized actors. Why is Lido popular because people actually want liquid staking. Nothing wrong with Lido, they're decentralized. I agree though people cozy up to centralization too much, it's plaguing all crypto right now. It's been a minute since people were shown why that's the easiest way to lose all your coins. People will learn after the first large slash.

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EOS has been down for a significant amount of time at least once. I think it was in 2018.

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If you look at delegated Proof of Stake from Cardano, EOS, Tron you have a working model where you funds stay in your wallet. There is no need to risk slashing to make it work properly and you can get far better decentralization. For a "not your keys not your crypto" community they sure seem to be happy to give up their coins to centralized actors. Why is Lido popular because people actually want liquid staking. I understand your not forced but practically you are because of amount of eth needed cost and risk of slashing pretty much guarantees you will not run one yourself but seek out other entities. What if rocket pool screws up, what if lido is hacked and loses keys. If a stake pool loses their keys you lose your coins. This has already happened lookup Stakehound and Fireblocks. I picked 2024 because it was in a discord message sent from one of the Eth core dev's on discord. So don't plan on being able to unstake anytime soon. https://twitter.com/StakeWithPride/status/1570455656804782081?s=20&t=HzJnXu34lUZz\_OtssTftHA

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The largest staking pool on Ethereum has over 40% of stake. Largest stake on EOS is around 3%. Neither is particularly functionally decentralized, but plenty enough for practical purposes. In the way you mention, number of validators, you’re right, but it’s more complicated than that. As far as power distribution it’s reasonable to argue dpos is less susceptible to Pareto principle power (far from perfect but nothing is). I think it’s a reasonable enough argument that I think people shouldn’t discount dpos chains, especially considering the level of centralization of other solutions (bsc, Solana, and many others all VC backed with most stake going to VCs or insiders)

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EOS is dPOS - how is it more decentralized than ETH in POS? EOS had 21 block producers last I checked. Has that changed? ETH has over 400,000. EOS was last cycle's ADA. It's beneath everyone's radar because all the issues it had with centralizing dPOS.

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For those discouraged at the apparent failure of another blockchain project that hopes to solve the scalability trilemma: at 800 swaps per second, EOS TrustEVM is >2x faster than Solana EVM, and the EOS network at 4k max tps has had no downtime in the four years since it launched. And as far as proof of stake systems go, EOS block producers are more decentralized than ETH validators. DYOR but EOS has been beneath most people's radar for a while so I thought I'd mention it

last time I checked it was #7, ahead of Cardano, Algo, EOS, Elrond - all combined https://www.reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency/comments/w3z155/top\_10\_defi\_tvl\_grouped\_per\_project\_21072022/?utm\_source=share&utm\_medium=web2x&context=3

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Looks at litecoin, failed to reach ATH Looks at BitcoinCash, failed to reach ATH Looks at EOS, failed to reach ATH Looks at Zcash, failed to reach ATH Looks at Dash, failed to reach ATH Looks at OMG, failed to reach ATH Looks at POLY, failed to reach ATH **Stopped checking charts so many failed to reach ATH**

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My dear EOS and NEO, I was convinced that they will kill ETH. Guess who's went down like 60-70% on his stupid investments?

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The constant look for enemies and playing victim afterwards is probably a mix of his narcissistic ego, combined with the need of looking away from what Cardano actually delivers, and being miles away from Chuck has promised. Sure, we could argue he is harmful, technically he is, but good luck trying to convince a narcissist. He created also an echo chamber around him, with people having no other choice than supporting him, due to ADA bags they are holding. After all, crypto is still sentiment and narrative driven, and once that narrative breaks nothing will support ADA from ending up like EOS, IOTA and other 2017 projects. I see it breaking over time, he is just lucky in the sense that most of current ADA holders joined 2021, don't know him very well, and are still patient

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#Tether Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 2nd place in the Tether Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Tether (USDT) is a stablecoin that has it value fixed to the US Dollar, which means that it is designed to always have the value of 1.00 dollar. It it claimed by the organisation behind Tether that they will keep a dollar in reserve for every Tether that is created. It was created back in 2014 on the Bitcoin blockchain as RealCoin and was rebranded to Tether in 2016. Sinc then it has reached a market cap of $70B and it is found on many blockchains like Etheruem, EOS and Algorand. Tether is the most widely used stablecoin and is available on many exchanges and in many different trading pairs. Compared to the other available stablecoins it certainly is the most flexible one. > > Stablecoins are mostly used as a hedge when the crypto markets are going down but when traders want to avoid the fees of turning their crypto into fiat. Although the value might vary slightly around $1.00 it has so far always recovered. The larger the market cap the lower the volatility that is expected, which is exactly what you would desire from a stablecoin. > > The claim that USDT is fully backed by dollars has led to many different lawsuits. As of late the Tether Foundation has offered an insight in the backing. It was stated the USDT is backed by \~$0.74 in both currency and commercial papers. This would put Tether in the top 10 of holders of commercial papers worldwide according to JPMorgan. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/ru2m25/top_10_tether_proarguments_january_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Tether) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#USDT#EOS

#Tether Pro-Arguments Below is an argument written by Shippior which won 2nd place in the Tether Pro-Arguments topic for a prior [Cointest](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_policy) round. > Tether (USDT) is a stablecoin that has it value fixed to the US Dollar, which means that it is designed to always have the value of 1.00 dollar. It it claimed by the organisation behind Tether that they will keep a dollar in reserve for every Tether that is created. It was created back in 2014 on the Bitcoin blockchain as RealCoin and was rebranded to Tether in 2016. Sinc then it has reached a market cap of $70B and it is found on many blockchains like Etheruem, EOS and Algorand. Tether is the most widely used stablecoin and is available on many exchanges and in many different trading pairs. Compared to the other available stablecoins it certainly is the most flexible one. > > Stablecoins are mostly used as a hedge when the crypto markets are going down but when traders want to avoid the fees of turning their crypto into fiat. Although the value might vary slightly around $1.00 it has so far always recovered. The larger the market cap the lower the volatility that is expected, which is exactly what you would desire from a stablecoin. > > The claim that USDT is fully backed by dollars has led to many different lawsuits. As of late the Tether Foundation has offered an insight in the backing. It was stated the USDT is backed by \~$0.74 in both currency and commercial papers. This would put Tether in the top 10 of holders of commercial papers worldwide according to JPMorgan. ***** Would you like to learn more? [Click here](/r/CointestOfficial/comments/ru2m25/top_10_tether_proarguments_january_2022/) to be taken to the original topic-thread or you can scan through the [Cointest archive](/r/CointestOfficial/wiki/cointest_archive#wiki_Tether) to find arguments on this topic in other rounds.

Mentions:#USDT#EOS

Hey now, most knew EOS was a centralized shit coin by Larimer. NEO broke my heart into pieces tho.

Mentions:#EOS#NEO

I remember the hundred or even thousands of "rate my crypto portfolio" posts ... and replies with the weirdest suggestions. "needs more EOS", "LSK will replace Eth", "Neo!", and.. and... and...

Mentions:#EOS#LSK

In 2017, so many crypto's were hailed as "the future of crypto" and "revolutionary tech". Thinking about OmiseGO, WaltonChain, Vertcoin, EOS, Ark Coin, Nem, Rai Blocks, Neo, Stratis, etc. People were shilling these shits left and right. Yet most people who got in post-2020 don't even know these coins exist. The only ones that reached their ATH's again are BTC, ETH, ADA and I think XRP So make your own conclusions.

No it isn't lol. ALGO had it's run from 0.28$ to 2.4$ back in 2021. Look at any other coin from 2018 like EOS or NEO. All these ETH competitors have one bull market run than fade into obscurity.

EOS XLM because cheap txn fees

Mentions:#EOS#XLM

Delegated proof of stake was used by STEEM and EOS and within dPoS you need to be elected by the stake holders to be able to effectively run a block producing node. In Cardano anyone can run a block producing node without any necessary permission of others. This is identical to Ethereum. The difference of Cardano to Ethereum is the native built in possibility to delegate your coins instead of staking them on your own node. In Ethereum you need to use a smart contracts which is an additional risk. So in the end Cardano is proof of stake without any doubt.

Mentions:#STEEM#EOS

Ballish until not. Some might argue cosmos should be classified as a security. I’m pretty sure they list ATOM. The same could be said for EOS. Let’s wait for the SEC to come out with a clear ruling and then let’s see if he eats his words.

Mentions:#ATOM#EOS

But they said EOS was the ETH killer…

Mentions:#EOS#ETH

That’s comparable to EOS’s trust EVM. Before optimization, it’s achieving 800 swaps per second, and I’ve heard it suggested that the production numbers will be up to 2x testnet speeds

Mentions:#EOS#EVM

You mean the thing other blockchains call "staking rewards"? Some BPs offer them, others don't. Some add enough value that they don't need to. EOSUSA is just some dude in Texas who has a bunch of bitchin hardware, they produced their first blocks today after being a paid standby for somewhere around 4 years. EOS is definitely engineered for maximum performance though, hence the high barrier of entry for block production nodes. Plenty of ways to get rewards in the system otherwise, through Pomelo (gitcoin-type thing), Eden (experimental governance layer) and direct grants.

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Block1 did, and as a result the community forked the Github and is using the network itself to fund development. They've already achieved IBC and created the best EVM on the market (>2x faster than Solana), both of which were promised but never delivered on by Block One. EOS has more going on than ever before, even if people aren't paying attention now that John Oliver isn't dunking on it

Mentions:#EVM#EOS

The best staking option I can recommend is the one from Telos network. You stake your TLOS for REX (Resource Exchange), also used by the EOS blockchain. It is the stable and highest APR for years now, it's 13.6%. It's higher than Solana's, Matic's or Avalanche's, no downtime at all, and you can withdraw anytime after the given 4-day minimum lock. Easy, just go to Staker (dot) Net. Telos is one of the fastest layer-1 blockchains with only an almost near-to-zero transaction fee on its EVM network and totally zero fee on its native network. Learn more at Telos(dot)Net. 😉

Mentions:#TLOS#EOS#EVM

I didn't realise EOS still had much going on. Did they not essentially screw all the early investors? I can't remember what it was that happened, so don't get mad if I'm way off!

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EOS. The Ethereum killer

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What's wrong with EOS?

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Hihi EOS

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This is the tokens I personally invested in: DASH, EOS, FTM, EVER, 1INCH

MATH - MATH is an Ethereum token for MathWallet, a multi-platform (mobile/desktop/extension/hardware) universal crypto wallet that enables storage of all BTC, ETH, Polkadot, Filecoin, EOS, Solana, BinanceChain, Cosmos tokens. MathWallet also features cross-chain token exchanges and a multi-chain DApp store.

> See Loopring or Fantom... See also EOS

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Rate my portfolio: TRX, XRP, LUNC, LUNA, BSV, SHIB, SFM, ETC, EOS

IOTA, EOS, Verge. There are lots of examples. These were hyped in 2017-2018. EOS was top 10 and the "Ethereum killer". They have all been fading away over the last 5 years.

Mentions:#EOS

Uh Yea.. Vitalik shift is seriously old hat... when it comes to PoS... now it's a "breakthrough"..? When in reality those other PoS cryptos are years ahead effectively in this type of blockchain experience. I can name more than a few PoS cryptos that have been around for years... and at least a few that have been in the top 10... Cardano .. Tezos .. ALGO .. EOS .. and uh Peercoin (2012).

Mentions:#ALGO#EOS

Delegated proof of stake was used by STEEM and EOS. In dPoS one needs to be elected to run a block producing node which is not the case within Cardano where anyone can run a block producing node and so Cardano is proof of stake. Cardano is not different from Ethereum, since the entry level for a block producing node is high according to the necessary amount of coins to successfully create blocks while Cardano adds the possibility to delegate your coins on the base protocol instead of being in need for a smart contract to do so.

Mentions:#STEEM#EOS

Delegated proof of stake was used by STEEM and EOS. In dPoS one needs to be elected to run a block producing node which is not the case within Cardano where anyone can run a block producing node and so Cardano is proof of stake. Cardano is not different from Ethereum, since the entry level for a block producing node is high according to the necessary amount of coins to successfully create blocks while Cardano adds the possibility to delegate your coins on the base protocol instead of being in need for a smart contract to do so. Theoretically you can even run a block producing node with a few dollars on Cardano but then you need a lot of delegated coins.

Mentions:#STEEM#EOS

>There's a reason why Cardano was built the way it is, and that's to maximize network security. It would have been easy for the Cardano devs to build something like the Ethereum proof of stake system, but that was deemed as too insecure. Nah, the real reason is that DPOS which Cardano uses was already developed and researched extensively by previous projects (EOS, TRON etc), so implementing into Cardano’s project meant a bit of tweaking. One of reason why ethereum POS development has been so slow is exactly to avoid DPOS, because is considered that pure POS is more secure.

Mentions:#EOS

The same can be said for most all top chains. Just because the original developer of a chain still exists does not mean they will continue to or need to. Most can easily be removed. It's really up to the community of any legit chain to either accept or disapprove the actions of any creator. Also, Bitcoin absolutely has their "Musks" of the community. See Adam Beck and others. Look at EOS. [Block.one](https://Block.one) was a god awful company that all but gave up on EOS. Now the community has taken back direction over the chain and has given the cold shoulder to [Block.one](https://Block.one). The network is still operating and continuing to improve. Not that anyone cares about EOS, but that is not my point. It's building and improving while blocking the original entity that created it. I believe the community has even pushed to burn all the tokens in [block.one](https://block.one)'s wallet, but I don't know if that proposal ever passed. This was all possible for the community while EOS undisputedly uses one of the weakest setups decentralizing out their network authority. Every chain will always have core community members that can exert controlling influence over the direction of that chain. Even Bitcoin. Another example is how much Cosmos has changed in leadership and key developers over the years. Different setups of decentralized networks all offer their own pros and cons. Bitcoin has a pro that it currently doesn't appear to have leadership on the surface, but a massive con would be the fact that an insane amount of network authority is controlled by privileged group of wealthy miners. Those miners are becoming more privileged and select as the network becomes harder to mine. Worse yet, Bitcoin rewards are only distributed to these privileged few and then dumped on the heads of everyone to pay for energy costs. Not to mention if their was ever a global crackdown on mining, Bitcoin miners can't hide while keeping the network properly secured. They use too much energy. You can secure most staking networks with a laptop. Again, pros and cons to each setup.

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tldr; Google Cloud and Binance’s BNB Chain have partnered to promote the development of Web3 and blockchain startups. The partnership will provide credits for access to Google Cloud, plus technical support and mentorship. Google has previously partnered with other blockchain projects, including Hedera, Ontology, Theta Network, and EOS. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#BNB#EOS#DYOR

Nope, nope and nope, they’re the next XLM/IOTA/EOS.

Mentions:#XLM#EOS

I’ve been waiting for this sub to get on-board with Cosmos for some time now and I don’t think it’s long until folks will be. Whether you realize it and whether you like it or not Cosmos is slowly taking over the blockchain space. Polkadot and Kusama have cross-parachain communication thanks to Composable Finance building IBC support. NEAR is nearing completion of their IBC connection. Algorand has decided it’s worth discussing IBC implementation now that they have state proofs. Cardano will be bridged to Cosmos via Milkomeda EVM chain and Sifchain Peggy bridge. Even the long forgotten EOS is now looking into how they can implement IBC. There are also more chains than people realize that run on Cosmos tech; like Binance Chain, Crypto\.com/Cronos, Polygon, Thorchain and more. Cosmos is everywhere.

Mentions:#NEAR#EVM#EOS

I didn't see it mentioned but EOS was a top 10 (or close) coin, had the largest ICO raise ever of like 4 billion and they were deemed a security. They just paid the fine and moved on to be a stagnant project with high hopes and hype. Most companies would just pay the fine (makes the most financial sense) but Ripple is taking a stand. I think they caught the SEC off guard since every other crypto they deemed a security rolled over for them.

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Guys, I have a confession to make. Last night I shorted EOS and god damn it went up 20%. I shat my pants all night long, couldn’t sleep and was overleveraged and had to keep puttin’ it to not get liquidated. I managed to get out of that short with a small profit, but damn, I got fucking out. The range of emotions, everything, I wouldn’t recommend leverage to anyone. DCA and you can sleep at night.

Mentions:#EOS

> The founder has even had soft-fork proposals rejected. Don't see Vitalik doing that Vitalik has had MULTIPLE EIPs rejected. Please get a brain. Because yours clearly isn't working. The current scaling roadmap wasn't even pioneered by Vitalik and EIP 4844 which is meant to scale Rollups also wasn't pioneered by him. >And as I said, it's a project built ONTOP of existing work nobody will likely care about in a few years. They're not comparable. Communities are however. What you 'give a fuck about' is your own concern, you can deny this reality if you please. Communities come and go. There was an EOS community. Now they're fragmented. There was a Litecoin community. Now I barely hear about them. On chain activity >>>>> Some Subreddit. >Anything that's not PoW is pretty much always permissioned, entry to control depends on someone else giving you permission - that's why it was such a big deal when PoW was figured out in 2009 for this purpose. And non-PoW includes bank of america, databases, PoS, premines, and everything like it. Who has to give you permission to validate in Ethereum PoS? >Ergo's distribution will continue to improve but the main difference is they were all obtained via mining. Every single one is on-chain, tracked and controlled by smart contracts. The foundation takes the smallest fee of any SC platform, and is community-ran (The founder has even had soft-fork proposals rejected. Don't see Vitalik doing that). And yes, if ETH had done that it would've been a lot better. All Ethereum can be tracked on chain. Just like every other public blockchain. >Only 376 holders control 33 percent of the circulating ether supply, a May 2019 report found. This is literally including smart contracts which is so disingenuous it's not even funny and is also older than my source.

Mentions:#EOS#SC#ETH

Interesting that both EOS and Cardano have fallen victim to the same sort of issues / criticism.

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Anyone knows what’s the deal with EOS now?

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Do y’all think solana will end up like EOS

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Solana network is already supported by big exchanges like Coinbase, FTX and Binance. One can move their USDC around with almost zero fees. Nothing like Tron or EOS.

Mentions:#FTX#USDC#EOS

The only other "blockchain" that did this was EOS, and they are the exact same kind of charlatans as Solana.. really no surprises there. Both glorified databases run by a bunch of shady teams

Mentions:#EOS

Pointing primarily at EOS lol. Biggest hyped coin to destroy eth and it got pummelled into non existence.

Mentions:#EOS

On the 24 hr chart, Eth classic is up 14%, Defichain is up 14%, RVN is up 7%, BCH is up 5%, EOS is up 3%, ICP is up 3%, Cel is up 2.5%, Cake is up 2.2% and a few other alts are up small amounts too. Compared to those, Ethereum is up around 1.9% on the 24 hr chart

Why in the name of god would you buy EOS?!!! DONT BUY THIS PIECE OF CRAP!

Mentions:#EOS

Lol EOS? That’s a name I’ve not heard in a long time

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EOS? Lol

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EOS gained 25% past month, hardfork is coming this month, rebranding is coming, community kicked block one out… so Block One is maybe dead… EOS not yet.

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Comparing Cardano to EOS is far from any reasonable argumentation. And I am not sure if BTC is a safe bet: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@adambalm/the-truth-about-who-is-behind-blockstream-and-segwit-as-the-saying-goes-follow-the-money

Mentions:#EOS#BTC

NEO, XLM, EOS and so on.

Mentions:#NEO#XLM#EOS

EOS is definitely up there. It's strangely bizarre that their cryptocurrency runs and works insanely well still in comparison, but their project is dead in the water, seems like they finished their product then completely abandoned it.

Mentions:#EOS

Let’s see…EOS, NEO, FunFair 😆, Civic, GBYTE, Golem, Polymath, etc. Everyone goes though their alt-phase, mine was comically awkward in retrospect

Investing 20 ETH in EOS…

Mentions:#ETH#EOS

I trust only Bitcoin and Ethereum. Too many projects in the past were supposed to be x-coin/token killer, for example EOS. Don't get hyped by some developer or whale.

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EOS peaked just after the crash, but had a lot of hype and was supposed to be the ethereum killer.

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Surprised nobody mentioned EOS

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The same Saylor who told people to sell their houses and take loans to buy BTC at 30-69k dollars? The same Saylor who was already investigated in the past? I know quite wealthy people who already sold their BTC for something else BECAUSE they just see how endless indoctrinated/uneducated parts of BTC maxi community are, especially things like even considering Saylor as one of their "BTC faces", together with the another shady BTC maxi Cory Klippsten who was shilling EOS few years ago, or Pompliano who was shilling another failed platform. Ultimately, markets are forward thinking, serious investors are observing the entire development of BTC, also considering the behavior of the community. The approval for shady personalities already had negative effect on price and development, no doubt about it, and it will continue in the future, but it is gradual process. Unless something about the BTC culture changes.

Mentions:#BTC#EOS

Yes. To see the future of your bags look at graphs of all the alt L1s from 2017 - EOS, NEO, XLM, etc

Mentions:#EOS#NEO#XLM

OMG xD that got me xD checking the whitepapers of EOS

Mentions:#OMG#EOS

99% of people don't know how to do their own research, and about 50% of the time, thay research doesn't matter. About have of crypto volume is faked wash trading, and 95% of NFT volume is. The success of a project depends a lot on whether the founders, and whales choose to wash trade, and participate in hype pumps. The coins that have little no none of this, get way more attention and investment, while projects that take the higher road are called "dead' projects even though they have a supperioir blockchain. Just look at EOS. It was one of the best performing cryptos for years, in the top-10 for a long time. After investigating their ICO Years later, it's apparent the early price action was complete manipulation, and lighter manipulation has been happening since. When doing research on an early crypto project, yournstarting premise shoukd be that that 12 years of these markets is not a long time, ponzis have lasted longer. There is absolutely no.way to tell the long term viability of this entire industry. That the current price of every crypto, has future use priced in already, even though it is far from a sure thing, and probably.more unlikely than likely. You should realize Any coin that has potential to 1000x, does not have enough history to even know if it will be around in a year. The more established ones like btc will never 1000x. You should always start with the fact that the project your jmbesting in, more than likely will not be there in a few years, and could potentially be a scam. It's like investing in a start up that has not proven profitability. Yoh also have to remember crhpto is experiencing its first recession. The markets have been in a bull market for btc entire existance. We have no idea how it will perform in a depression, but since its obviously a risk on asset, it will more than likely preform poorly. You keep things like this in mind, you will draw the co conclusion that this is an incredibly risky market, and it's irresponsible to put more than a very small fraction of your money into any project. Just because BTC has performed this way for 10 years means almost nothing. 10 years is a blink of an eye. Amazon took over 10 years to reach its 2000 ATH. Recognizing these realities is what has allowed me to make money in crypto for years now, without ever taking a big loss. I may not be a millionaire, but I'll consistantly continue along money while immature investors will become millionaires from a project, only to lose it all in Celsius or something similar.

Mentions:#EOS#BTC

tldr; Drife aims at disrupting the existing business model by making ride hailing more efficient, transparent, and fairer. Unlike centralized ride-hailing apps, Drife is designed to take no commissions from the drivers. Drife only charges fees once a year as charges for using the application. It's built on the EOS blockchain and is focused on giving controlling power back to people that create value. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

Mentions:#EOS#DYOR

this is not an advise or how you should to invest. But I am going to say you is that seeing XRP, ADA, SOL, SHIB, EOS, APECOIN, ICP on the top 100 I understand that people are ilogical and we move and put money by emotions not because we are some kind of smart people. The smart ones bought BTC when a Pizza cost 22k of BTC or the guy how spend 135$ and get 1k of BTCs and now is leaving in a Luxury flat and still have BTCs. We are just trying to make some money and everyone follow their strategy. I believe in the love for the king of memes and the stupidity of the ones who want to become rich quick, at least this is my bet.

> Bitcoin, BNB, EOS, QNT and CHZ are flashing bullish technical analysis setups which could lure buyers if the wider market enters a relief rally this week. Amongst others, I'm not too convenient with QNT. I'll rather replace it with QANX which is a Layer 1 quantum-resistant hybrid blockchain.

Not that I know off, but if you look at the bearmarket EOS (and Chilliz) are the only 2 coins who appear to be unaffected by the market. Filter last 7d on % increase and you'll see. Hence the question.

Mentions:#EOS

I've been seeing EOS mentioned here lately, but a while back the chain seemed really dead. Is there anything going on with the project lately?

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