00:27 All cryptocurrencies down today, EOS not on blocktivity yet
The crypto sphere is all down today, so please don't take too much concern over this. If you care about crypto currencies and you've been here for a while now that you know that this is nothing new.
I would be using blocktivity, obviously, but EOS is not on there quite yet, because it has no actual live chain.
Let's look at the different crypto currencies as you can see, most of them are down more than Bitcoin. This is because most people who are afraid they try to go to what they think is the safest, which is Bitcoin since Bitcoin has been here since the beginning. So that's what most people think.
02:22 Let's Talk EOS Forums on Chainbb
Eostalk.Io is a blockchain based forum right now, thanks to @ Jesta's chain BB, we have our own forums based on their code and we actually run it off of the Steem blockchain and we will be able to actually incorporate other chains potentially in the future.
We also have these amazing tokens that we give away called EOSbits, Beyondbits and whale shares. These are the first cross chain tokens in the world and they're going to have value propositions.
04:23 Official updates, EOS.io Dawn 3.0 now Github master branch
They're a little bit behind schedule on this but not very much.
The prior master will be renamed “dawn-2.x” and will continue to be available as a non-master branch.
Community developers will notice that the next time they “git pull” from Master, they will obtain the new Dawn 3.0 code.
The current public TestNet at “https://testnet1.eos.io” will continue to run the Dawn 2.x software until the release of the Dawn 3.0 Testnet, and will then be retired.
Additional new features in the Dawn 3.0 Alpha Release include:
- deferred transactions,
- staking pools,
- a new currency contract, and a
- new emerging token standard.
08:00 Official updates, EOS name and Logo use
The only thing that I can think of from this standpoint is that that block.one is coming out and they're concerned that maybe they will have people pretending to be them to get people to come to events and that they want you to be very careful to Make sure that you are actually ensuring that somebody from block.one team is approaching you and not somebody else.
11:23 Beyond Bitcoin newsletter
We do we've been here since the very beginning of the technology that is leading to us. We were here since since bitshares. I was there before bitshares even existed.
12:49 Current competitions and challenges
EOS meetup challenge 100 EOSbits
14:28 EOS.io Video tutorial - process registering EOS tokens from 2nd hand market
50 EOSBit - Hold on to these BAD BOYS! 50 BeyondBit (Est $63 Upvote / $225 Post Payout Value)
18:42 Please post on EOStalk.io
I'm trying to help block one and their team to do all these things to kind of help out, because I know that they're technically not supposed to put a lot of funding into this stuff. However, we as a community can come together without having to require block one to do anything but talk to more people like Everipedia and get them to share drop on EOS.
I'm also going to have a site where you can actually email us and let us know about different things that you're doing
20:44 Guestbook idea discussion for EOS Meetups
- People would arrive at the Meetup they'd sign a physical guestbook and there would be somebody there who would make sure by maybe just looking at their ID.
- You can actually record the crowd, make sure that people see that it's the real crowd.
- Either they can distribute these tokens to the attendees and keep some for themselves or we distribute tokens to them and their attendees.
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