🎬 Ongoing EOS.IO Video Tutorial Challenge Reminder (1 MORE WEEK) [EOSBit & BeyondBit Prizes Inside]

in eos-help •  8 months ago

REMINDER: The EOS.IO Video Tutorial Challengee has 1 more week so there is still time to submit your entries and earn EOSBit and BeyondBit rewards. The BeyondBit Reward will be adjust at the time of payout to compensate for the erratic swings in SBD/STEEM value. We encourage everyone who has basic video editing skills to give it a try, and for others to help us promote this challenges by sharing the links, ReSteeming the post, and taking part in the supporting Tokens for Tweets challenges and earn some Whaleshares.

Thank you to @BushKill and @VidaFitnessFeliz

They have created the first two EOS Video Tutorials for this challenge and both did incredible jobs bringing the tutorial process illustrated by @SteemPowerPics to life! Please take a moment to view their videos and show the posts a little upvote love to support their efforts!

📌English Tutorial by @BushKill

📌Spanish Tutorial by @VidaFitnessFeliz

There has been a lot of discussion in recent weeks over the process required to register EOS Tokens that have been purchased on the secondary markets like the Bitshares/OpenLedger DEX.

We have some really incredible team members in the BeyondBitcoin community who are always happy to help and we have talked about this during our EOSTalk Live shows, in the Bitshares Hangout after-parties, and in the Whaleshares Discord. However, we needed to create an easy how-to guide we could refer people needing further assistance to.

Recently @SteemPowerPics (SPP) created two informative step-by-step tutorials that walk people through the processes required to make sure your EOS tokens are properly registered before the June 1st lockup date. The first tutorial demonstrates how to move EOS tokens to a MetaMask wallet and set up the tokens in the wallet. The second tutorial shows how to generate EOS Keys and then register the wallet on the Ethereum Network.

We want to take this One Step Further!

This is where you come in. We're calling on anyone in the community with video editing skills of any level to create a VIDEO tutorial using the posts by SPP as your guide.

📜 Here's What You Have TO Do...

Create a VIDEO tutorial demonstrating the steps to create an approved ERC-20 Compatable wallet (MEW/MetaMask), Move EOS tokens to the wallet, Add the tokens to the wallet list, generate EOS Keys, and register that wallet address on the network - START to FINISH.

1) Your Video Tutorial Must Include the Following Steps:

  • Create a New Wallet in MetaMask or MEW
  • Transfer EOS (OPEN.EOS) to the Wallet from the Bitshares/OpenLedger DEX.
  • Add the Token to the Wallet "Tokens Tab" (using EOS Token Contract Address)
  • Confirm the EOS Tokens are in the Wallet Address
  • Generate EOS Keys
  • Register the ETH Wallet Address to the New EOS Keys (send register transaction)
  • Confirm the ETH Wallet Address and EOS Key has been Mapped and Registered

2) Upload your Video Tutorial to YouTube.

3) Create a post with your Video Tutorial embedded in it and include these tags in the post #eos-help #eos #eosbit

4) Please Upvote and ReSteem this post.
(Afterall, this is a community-building challenge.)

5) Reply below with a link to your your post, and your BTS/OL account name in the comments.

🏅 Challenge Rewards

The Best 10 EOS.IO Video Tutorials created that include ALL the required steps outlined above will earn the following rewards:

50 EOSBit - Hold on to these BAD BOYS!
50 BeyondBit (Est $57 Upvote / $200 Post Payout Value)

Our Favorite Video we become the "Go-To" tutorial we refer people to.

This is 2 WEEK challenge with 1 WEEK Remaining.

Please take your time and make sure you do not miss any steps.

🌟 We welcome videos created in other languages besides English.

👍 Helpful Links

Tutorial Part 1 by SPP
Tutorial Part 2 by SPP
MetaMask Chrome Extension
https://etherscan.io (ETH Wallet Lookup)
https://nadejde.github.io/eos-token-sale/ (Generate EOS Keys)
https://www.myetherwallet.com/#contracts (Access to the EOS Contribution Contract)

What are EOSBit?

EOSBit, like Beyondbit, started as a conversations in the BeyondBitcoin hangout series shortly after Steem was launched historically in those very hangouts. It began as "community tokens" or "tag coins". These cross-chain tokens give their holders the power to Summon a Whalevote to posts without having to pay for attention. And they are only given to people who Participate in Challenges, Win Contests and do other things of value for the community!

BeyondBit and EOSBit tokens are on BitShares! So make sure you have a BitShares/OpenLedger account to receive and send them for upvotes on your Steem posts!

HOLD on to your EOSBit!

These powerful cross-chain tokens will be very valuable in the future once EOS.IO has launched and associated DApps are brought online. We encourage you to participate in as many challenges as you are capable of and save up your EOSBit!

Join the BeyondBitcoin Communities

Please join in the discussions with us by becoming a member in ANY or ALL of the BeyondBitcoin and Bitshares communities. We have a wealth of knowledge and information waiting for you.

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EOS.IO related community and topic discussions.

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Hey, @officialfuzzy. Super excited to submit my video for your consideration. I'm happy to hear any feedback, thanks for running this.


BTS: flntwn


Hey Andrew, Thank you for taking the time to create a video tutorial for the challenge.

Hello! this is my entry to the challenge! I made one in english and one in spanish, I hope that's ok :)

My open ledger is luisferchav7 hehe

This is the english one:


Excellent! Thank you for taking the time to create these video tutorials for the challenge.


Thank you for the help!!!! I hope they become useful for the community hehe

Useful post thanks for sharing

Wish I could have participated in that :(

This is quite timely, as the thirst for crypto knowledge increases on daily basis. Well done @officialfuzzy

I'm sure with the kind of publicity this token is getting, it would surely do well in the crypto market.

Can't wait..#Anticipating

Thanks for the reminder, looking forward to learning from the tutorial.

I buy EOS when it's price soar to .5 each and I already transfer that into my coinomi wallet ETH address. Transaction bts gateway fee was is around .7 EOS token.

my permission to share yes @officialfuzzy

@officialfuzzy I registered my EOS a couple of months ago, is there a way that you know of to verify this registration?


@kyusho, I am about to post my video in the comments, check out the last section for using myetherwallet.com to check your registration. Go to the 'Contracts' page, select 'EOS: Contribution' and function 'Keys'. Then paste your ETH address and click the bottom button. If it's properly registered, it should return your EOS public key.


As a non tech type individual,I thank you... I had done this a month or so ago and always wondered if I did it correctly. According to your information it checked out... whew and thank you.


Happy to help. There's a lot more I'd like to explore with the smart contract stuff in MEW. I hope to keep producing stuff like this. This contest was just a nice kick in the butt to get moving on it.

Thanks @officialfuzzy! Great contest. Definitely resteeming this!

very informative post. in future by writing this type of post you will do well..
thanks for share ...waiting for next informative one


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