We’re no strangers to block production, having served as block producers or witnesses for a number of chains including Steem, Golos, Decent, Peerplays, Muse, and Karma. We've also developed a number of tools and services that enhance the user experience on these chains, including Steemcleaners, Cheetah, Guard, SteemDB, Vessel, ChainBB, Chainsync, Chainmodel, Reprint, and more.
EOS, like Ethereum when it first launched, has no enforced purpose. Like any open source software, it’s up to developers and the end users to give it purpose and utility. We think EOS has incredible potential and we know we can help speed that process up. Our commitment to voters is that Greymass has the infrastructure and expertise to serve as a world class block producer while simultaneously improving the value of the chain itself.
Below is our roadmap for EOS in 2018. We hope to build a lot more cool stuff throughout the year and well into the future, but this is the minimum commitment we’re making to everyone willing to vote us in as a top block producer.
|1||Redundant/secure block |
production servers with
failover and monitoring.
|1||Publicly available API |
and P2P servers regionally
|Q2 2018||"Desktop App"|
|1||Basic wallet that enables |
users to participate in
block producer voting.
|2||Open-sourcing of our tools |
and additional redundancy
through supplemental global
|Q3 2018||"Desktop App"|
|2||Advanced wallet features, |
such as deeper governance
interactions and smart contract
|Q3 2018||eosdb.io||2||Basic block explorer + APIs.|
|2||Publicly available API and |
P2P servers globally.
|Q4 2018||"Desktop App"|
|3||Complete integration of |
general GUI for cli (cleos)
|Q4 2018||eosdb.io||2||"Smart Explorer" allowing |
various views into different
|1||Inclusion of EOS as a prime |
dataset for graph processing
conference (target of publishing
a poster or paper).