The Weekly Airdrop #15

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At EOS Detroit, we keep our finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the EOSIO ecosystem. To keep the community up to speed on the latest breaking news and updates we produce The Weekly Airdrop, an EOSIO focused research report.

If you didn’t read The Weekly Airdrop last week, you can find it here.

You can also Subscribe to The Weekly Airdrop to receive them directly by email.

EOS News

Scatter Bug Fix

It is important that you update your Scatter desktop immediately. Read More.

SecryptoLabs Launches EOS Studio

SecryptoLabs, the team that won third prize at the EOS Hackathon San Francisco with their DApp Six Degrees, just launched EOS Studio.

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Blankos Block Party Might Be the Party of the Year in 2019

Mythical Games announced their first project, Blankos Block Party. Come party with Billy Bones Blanko when the game launches! Watch the trailer preview.

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Chintai Proxy Announcement

The BP sponsors of Chintai announced that on December 3rd, the Chintai proxy will go live. [More information about the framework.

So You Want to Be a Block Producer?

EOS Detroit CEO Rob “Robrigo” Konsdorf recently presented “So You Want to Be a Block Producer?” at Conexus, in Denver CO Watch here .

Is WhaleEx the Biggest New Exchange on the Block?

On November 18, EOS-based decentralized exchange WhaleEx generated over 14 million EOS, equivalent of 64.5 million USD, in trading volume over a 12-hour period. WhaleEx is now the #1 Dapp in terms of daily transaction volume, shattering previous record of 13.8 million EOS set by Betdice on Oct 21st. This is a major milestone achieved on the 161st day since EOS mainnet launch. WhaleEx is also a step closer towards its goal to becoming the decentralized exchange with the most liquidity. Read more.

Jungle Testnet Relaunch

The original Jungle testnet, now referred to as “Jungle Classic”, has been paused and a new Jungle Testnet has been relaunched. Here’s everything you need to know.

Worbli Launch

Worbli (World Blockchain Initiative), an AML/KYC compliant EOSIO variant sister chain, launched on November 1st and EOS Detroit is very excited to be a block producer on Worbli! The portal to claim your airdropped tokens and verify your identity is now live. More information.

Telos Launch

Telos, an EOSIO variant sister chain, is set to launch soon as well. The next Go/No-Go vote is scheduled for this upcoming Tuesday December 4. Here’s everything you need to know.

New Releases

EOSIO Version 1.5.0-rc1: Release Candidate for Multithreaded Signature Verification, A State History Plugin, and Blacklist Security Enhancements.

“Going forward, new versions of EOSIO and EOSIO.CDT will be marked as ‘Release Candidates’ (-rc) when ready for first compiled release to allow for more thorough testing and documentation. After a few cycles of feedback, once documentation is completed, the release will be promoted to ‘stable’. In case of V1.5.0-rc1, it will be renamed to V1.5.0 and merged into master on the Github repository.”
-Block.One
Read more.

Events

CryptoFinance Conference and EOS BP Summit

Four members of the team at EOS Detroit flew to Oslo, Norway to attend CryptoFinance Conference and BP Summit. CEO of EOS Detroit Rob “Robrigo” Konsdorf was on the panel discussing EOS sister chains, which are alternative forks of the EOSIO reference implementation such as Worbli and Telos. We expect a large influx of new sidechain projects to come this year so stay tuned. Watch the panel here.

Blockchain Babes Who Brunch Hands On Workshop Hosted by EOS Detroit

EOS Detroit Chief Community Officer Ingrid LaFleur hosted a EOS workshop and helped local Detroiters with setting up wallets and exploring blockchain websites at the new co-working space Co.ology.

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The Future of Mary Jane: Cannabis and Cryptocurrency Hosted by EOS Detroit

Recently, recreational use of marijuana became legal in Detroit and throughout the rest of Michigan. With so many local people talking about this topic currently, EOS Detroit hosted an event to discuss the role that cryptocurrencies could play in the marijuana industry. Watch the recording of that event here.

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Hands-On EOS Workshop for Teens Hosted by EOS Detroit

Wondering how to create prosperous futures for the youth in your lives? This is how. Bring the teens you love on Sunday to this workshop on blockchain and cryptocurrency. We will explain the concept and set them up with EOS wallets.

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Stats

Price of EOS: $2.86
EOS Votes Turnout: 25.48%
EOS Voter Turnout: 7.37%
Market Cap: $2,591,227,154
Price of RAM: 0.06602158 EOS per KiB

Note: The numbers above are accurate as of 10:00 am EST on 11/30/2018.

Featured Airdrop of the Week

Airdrops are additional tokens that are distributed to EOS token holders. New projects can bootstrap a user base for their DApp while avoiding the complexity of selling tokens via the traditional ICO method. Projects may withhold founder tokens that can provide a runway for the development team. Market participants then decides the fair market value of airdropped tokens for themselves.

Emanate - A Self Governing Music Ecosystem, Built on the EOS Platform

What is Emanate?

  • Risk-free Collaborations: Artists work together over Ricardian contracts. All agreements are made in human readable terms, executed in code. Payments are split automatically via Emanate’s smart-collaborations.
  • Real-time Monetization: Every second of playtime is rewarded, can be paid instantly. A global micropayment system with fee-less transactions and no currency conversion issues. Various cash-out options.
  • Governed by the Community: Token holders vote on issues relating to the future of the platform via an open governance system. Emanate does not take profit from the ecosystem.
  • 3rd Party Integration: API/SDK for AI interactions, VR integration and more; Any software developer can have unlimited new music in their digital experiences whilst artists get paid in realtime.

Problems in the Music Industry

  • Collaboration does not flourish because of difficulty getting accurate payments.
  • Cross border differences in royalty collection rights.
  • Lack of trust between independent musicians and majors.
  • Slow payments (months or years) due to legacy systems.
  • Artists often only monetise final songs or live shows, many just want to compose.
  • There is currently little incentive for the industry to change.

Emanate’s Decentralized Solutions

  • Ledger and smart-contract based trust-less collaboration framework.
  • Instant payments across borders.
  • Transparent payments.
  • DAO governance for the ecosystem.
  • A level playing field for artists, labels, and publishers.
  • Standardised meta-data.

Roadmap

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Sources / More Information

At EOS Detroit, we keep our finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the EOSIO ecosystem. To keep the community up to speed on the latest breaking news and updates we produce The Weekly Airdrop, an EOSIO focused research report.

If you didn’t read The Weekly Airdrop last week, you can find it here.

You can also Subscribe to The Weekly Airdrop to receive them directly by email.

Please contact [email protected] to report inaccuracies.

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