EOSweekly: Edenia Web3, Pomelo S2, Fractally News
Edenia and Web3
What is Web3? If the internet got off the ground with email and came into it’s own with media applications (e.g. smartphone videos), Web3 must be something special. Indeed, what blockchain technology has to offer the world can transform how we live. Edenia backs EOS Costa Rica, among the most respected developers within the ecosystem. It’s mission:
Let’s build a more efficient and reliable web3.
Pomelo Season 2: Improvements and Stuff
Excusable only if you’ve been under a kimberlite, are you aware that Pomelo crowdfunding on EOS kicks off season 2 in a couple of weeks? By the way, ‘kimberlite’ is among the new NFTs whose sales will contribute to the matching pool. Daniel Keyes gave an overview of some new stuff during this week's fireside chat. He discussed improvements for:
The approval process
In addition, Daniel introduced Trust Bonuses, and the opt-in feature for proposal continuation across seasons. If you like to know more about Pomelo NFTs, visit the EOS Nation blog post Pomelo NFT Series – Season 2. The opening dates are March 22 for applications and March 30 for donations.
Introducing the Fractally News Channel
It’d be an understatement to say that Fractally hit the ground running- more like the community has the Moon in its sights. Over the past couple of weeks, Fractally held its first couple of meetings. In this short time, the technology demonstrated substantial improvement over what EdenOS used for past elections. The new Fractally news channel further illustrates excitement around the fast growing community. Note that while EdenOS will eventually extend to applications beyond EOS governance, Fractally takes off as blockchain agnostic from the start. Everyone who wishes to know more and contribute is welcomed to join the Weekly Standup Meetings.
Eden Capital Blue Paper Feedback
A couple of weeks ago the EOS Network Foundation announced a community feedback initiative for the working group blue papers. Qualifying entries can earn anywhere from 100 to 2000 EOS. Eden Capital stands out this week. The team proposed three ideas:
The first, encourages long-term staking and targets strengthening the “ecological development” of the mainnet by making it more reasonable for new block producers to enter the top 21. The second tackles the disparity between the linear 1% inflation rate rewarded to BPs. This proposed solution determines:
In order to enhance the overall ecosystem value, the reward of BPs should be a curve relationship with the EOS price.
The title of the third feedback proposal speaks volumes as it revives the idea of ‘one EOS, one vote’ through the addition of 2+% inflation. Also note that Jess Jaffe (of EOS Bees) published a feedback proposal: An Onboarding and Referral System for EOS.
EOS Second Quarter Boost from Bullish Public Launch?
OK, so hold your horse. Yes, B1 has fallen out of favor (to put it mildly) with the mainnet community. And yes, the ENF has a legal action against B1. Does this mean that B1 will let all its EOS holdings rot? Or will Bullish cater to opportunism (maybe even greed) toward greater valuation? Bloomberg is as mainstream as it gets. While the article merely mentions EOS among Bullish’s basket of currency, there’s still a lot to be hopeful about. B1 is intimate with EOSIO. It used the tech to build Bullish. The team recognizes the potential of low cost, fast transaction speeds alongside a U.S. regulator recognized cryptocurrency. If nothing else, it demonstrates the type of PR deserving of a once top 5 crypto.
LIVE (Real Person) Support
One’s introduction to blockchain technology can be challenging in many ways. EOS and EOSIO sister chains offer real applications that are relatively easy to use. Still, sometimes having someone by your side to help you get over even mere perceptual challenges can be a godsend. This is one of the reasons why EOS Support was created. In the team’s latest post, How to get EOS support from a real person, the reader is introduced to the team’s mission. Getting started links are on this post as well. While still rather new, there’s already some good information for those starting their EOS journey, as well as a one-stop resource. Also, check out what Bywire News presented this week as ‘must have’ EOS dapps.
Wow! We have come a long way. This is the fractally realization as the second EdenOnEOS election approaches and Pomelo Season 2 gets underway. Imagine, if a single election can lead and inspire all that’s transpired over a few short months, what a second election running on fractally tech might yield. Macroscopic vision… yes, the ENF demonstrates that by introducing International EOS News:
The above excerpts are from Everything EOS Weekly Report. (Note: the veteran team’s report has been included in past weeks COMMUNITY CHATTER sections.) The ENF head samurai fielded ideas for Fractally during a recent fireside chat. Have you liked the weekly rants? Here’s your chance to record one and win some EOS to boot. In an interview, Jesse Jaffe on NovaCrypto discussed the importance of rants to inform as well as for marketing. Stay up to date with Eden members recaps channel and visit EdenOnEOS for Chief Delegate meetings and EDEN Clips like:
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In addition to regular community engagement rewards, giveaways, and poker, tag me (MachnBirdSparo) in Discord gen-chat for Finney trivia. There’s EOS Finney Coins in it for you. Also, check out EOSwriter Podcast Episode 3.
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