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This week includes:

  • EOS EVM Launch Event + AMA
  • ENF Quarterly Report
  • Pomelo Trust Bonuses
  • ƒractally on EOS Brainstorming Sessions
  • Weekly Mandel Upgrade Meeting
  • Greymass Progress Update
  • The Next Era of Eden Begins
  • EOS Represented at Multiple Online Events w/ Chinese Media

EOS EVM Launch Event + AMA

The EOS EVM is live on Jungle Testnet and the ENF will host an EOS EVM Launch Event + AMA on Twitter Spaces!

The EOS EVM with full RPC compatibility will greatly help attract & onboard new developers, dApps, and end users to EOS by enabling all of the existing Solidity based contracts, tooling, SDKs, and code libraries to be interoperable with EOS. To celebrate this monumental milestone and help everyone learn about the most performant EVM on the market, the ENF will be hosting an EOS EVM Launch Event + AMA on Twitter Spaces on April 19 at 13:00 UTC featuring keynotes from the ENF and core EVM+ contributors.

During the EOS EVM launch event, ENF and the EVM+ working group will provide community members and developers with detailed information regarding the future development of EOS, as well as details about the EVM and its technological advantages, plans for attracting DeFi and GameFi, ecosystem development timeline, product range, network architecture, technical features, performance statistics, and much more.

Additional details about the EOS EVM testnet will also be announced as well as the incentive structure for EOS ecosystem developers. The event will also close out with an AMA that will allow the EOS and wider blockchain community to ask questions about the most performant EVM on the market and its plans for the rest of 2022 and beyond.

Join us on April 19 at 13:00 UTC for the EOS EVM Launch Event + AMA!

ENF Quarterly Report

Each quarter, the EOS Network Foundation provides an overview of its activities, grants, and financial expenditures in a detailed report.

The ENF grew rapidly in the first quarter of 2022. In addition to more than doubling its core team size while also securing senior developer talent as its own internal engineering team, the ENF greatly increased it’s output for the betterment of the EOS ecosystem as a whole. Some highlights of the report include:

  • The EOS Network Foundation has been releasing a steady stream of content on social media and it’s audience is growing rapidly
  • Four Blue Papers with over seventy-five proposals were published to consolidate knowledge, research, collaborate, and innovate towards a unified vision to enable EOS to deliver on its full potential.
  • After funding various working groups to publish the Audit+, Core+, API+, and Wallet+ Blue Papers, the ENF offered bounties for constructive feedback in the Blue Paper Community Feedback Initiative.
  • The EVM+ working group expanded to include EOS EVM product team, which will focus on developing the business cases for the EOS EVM as well as its economics, marketing, and onboarding strategies.
  • The Yield+ group working group was established and is creating a Blue Paper with research & proposals to attract, incentivize, and grow DeFi protocols & liquidity for both native EOS and the EOS EVM.
  • The Recover+ working group was established and is creating a crisis management framework for EOS with emergency smart contracts, protocols, and best practices guides for support immediately after exploits.
  • The EOSIO+ working group was established and a coalition of EOSIO blockchains assembled to take over the development of the EOSIO protocol core code with combined $8 million annual budget
  • The ENF funded the matching pool, direct funding contributions, and the on-going development of Pomelo to help foster public goods on EOS
  • The ENF began a partnership with OCI to develop & implement the Transaction Lifecycle proposal outlined in the API+ Blue Paper
  • The ENF contracted Daniel Larimer and his engineering team at Fractally to deliver several new features to the EOS codebase as part of the Mandel
    Release, which was established as a fork of EOSIO 2.0.
  • The ENF signed an agreement to begin a partnership with OCI (Object Computing Inc) to develop & implement the Transaction Lifecycle proposal outlined in the API+ Blue Paper
  • The ENF established a working agreement with Bywire to devise Market+, a strategic research-led communication plan to better understand the market, improve sentiment, and create great narratives to help grow EOS
  • The ENF is supporting WordProof as its matching partner for the EIC Accelerator Program to empower internet users & content creators with tools that make it easy to timestamp website data to EOS
  • The ENF established a working contract to foster the growth of EOS Support, an organization started by community members that provides technical support services for EOS users, customers, and developers

The overall spending from the ENF during the first quarter of 2022 was approximately $5m. You can see an overview of the ENF’s financial expenditures and exciting plans for the remainder of the year in the report.

Read the full report for a detailed overview of the ENF’s activities, grants, and financial expenditures during the first quarter of 2022.

Pomelo Trust Bonuses

Pomelo Season 2 is ending this week and the EOS community is funding many exciting public goods!

You can now log in to to support exciting projects that you love and amplify your donations with the power of quadratic funding. Public good creators have raised more than 12 thousand EOS from over 700 unique donors so far. One hundred and fourty grants for public goods were approved in Pomelo Season 2,which is almost twice as much as Season 1. In total, Season 2 is distributing over $1,000,000 to approved grants, which is also about twice as much as Season 1. This is an excellent opportunity to support exciting projects that you love and help reward people who are creating public goods for the EOSIO community.

You can gain a trust bonus to maximize the power of your contributions by verifying your identity with Port, Github, Google, Apple, Discord, and/or Weibo. Port is an EOS application that enables you to verify your EOS account with the embedded NFC chip in your passport without revealing your personal information. You can increase your trust bonus by verifying your identity with multiple platforms. Supporters of public goods are encouraged to verify their identity with multiple platforms to further amplify their contributions and help ensure that funding goes to the most helpful public goods for the benefit of the community.

Public good grant owners are encouraged to tweet a description of their approved grant and tag @PomeloGrants & #PomeloGrants to increase exposure for their public goods. Public good grant owners can also promote their project and community members can learn about public goods in Weekly Fireside Chats on the EOS Community Discord, Pomelo Pitch Deck episodes with GenerEOS, and Tencent Meetings on WeChat. Grant owners can apply to promote their project on these platforms here.

Diamond Pomelo NFT blends are now live and your Pomelo NFT collection now shows up on your public profile on You can purchase Pomelo Season 2 NFTs on AtomicHub or All funds raised will be added to the matching pool to help fund public goods on EOS. Learn about Pomelo Season 2 NFTs in this infographic, article, or interview.

Pomelo grant donations will be open until April 23rd. To support projects, submit grants, or learn more about the Pomelo crowdfunding platform, please visit You can also ask questions and learn more about Pomelo during the EOS Community Fireside Chat in Discord every Wednesday at 19:00 UTC.

ƒractally on EOS Brainstorming Sessions

EOS community members are meeting every week to discuss proposals to implement ƒractally on EOS and further empower EOS with fractal governance.

The group aims to create a detailed proposal that specifies how to gradually implement ƒractally on EOS and satisfies EOS community members in all cultures. Members from the EOS Community can propose to add ideas to the ƒractally on EOS MindMap to help create a proposal for ƒractally on EOS. The EOS Bees are offering a reward of 100 EOS per week to community members who propose ideas that are voted onto the MindMap by meeting participants. You can listen to the recordings of all ƒractally on EOS Brainstorming Sessions on the NovaCrypto YouTube channel.

This week, the group discussed a detailed proposal from Jesse to fund three prime ƒractals (English, Chinese, and Korean) according to the quantity of mutual respect between each ƒractal and a proposal from Tadas to fund specific projects with ƒractals. In recent meetings, the group also discussed raising seed funding for ƒractals, applying for funding via the ENF Grant Framework, bootstrapping ƒractally with Pomelo, and creating an EOS ƒractal to foster public goods for EOS.

ƒractally Brainstorming Sessions recur every Monday on an alternating schedule to accommodate community members in all timezones and everyone is welcome to attend. The next ƒractally Brainstorming Session is scheduled for April 18th at 19:00 UTC.

Weekly Mandel Upgrade Meeting

Twelve EOS community leaders met for the ninth Mandel Upgrade Meeting to share the latest news and updates regarding the upcoming EOS Mandel Consensus Upgrade. EOS previously operated with the EOSIO software developed by Block One for the past several years, but now the EOS community is developing the Mandel core software independently.

During this short video, the participants shared updates about upgrading Jungle4 API nodes to Mandel 3.0.5-rc1, transaction lifecycle features being developed by OCI, and Mandel development plans with three senior level EOSIO engineers recently hired by the ENF.

You can read the summary notes for this meeting and find summaries & recordings for all Mandel Upgrade Meetings in the Mandel Github repository.

Greymass Progress Update

The Greymass team published a progress update summarizing the many exciting projects that they’ve been building over the past few months.

After a lengthy hiatus from their projects to work on the Blue Papers, the Greymass team is back to focusing on refining smoother experiences with Anchor, innovating account creation services & more with Unicove, expanding data centers with new hardware for public APIs, and growing the Greymass team with many talented people.

In addition to these updates, the Greymass team also published & described some analytics to provide a sense of the trajectory of their projects. The metrics for account creations, Anchor installations, and Unicove traffic are showing steady long-term growth and the team expects that the rate of growth will increase as they start releasing more updates & new features.

The Greymass team is very excited to continue building great technologies and products for the benefit of the EOSIO ecosystem.

The Next Era of Eden Begins

The second official Eden Election took place on April 9th and EOS community members expressed great enthusiasm for the next era of true democracy on EOS with the process defined in More Equal Animals.

Approximately one hundred Eden Members met on live video calls to choose leaders and allocate funding for the benefit of EOS. Participants were randomly placed into twenty-five groups of approximately five people and each group discussed for up to an hour to choose a delegate from their group. Altogether, the community selected twenty-four Eden Delegates to help lead the community and allocate funding for EOS. The Eden Delegates then repeated the same process to select five Chief Delegates who will receive a greater amount of funding and help lead the community on weekly Chief Delegate Meetings.

The five newly elected Chief Delegates are Brock Pierce, Chuck MacDonald, Edgar Fernandez, Gracie Lau, and Michael O’Sullivan. Edgar Fernandez was selected as the Head Chief via sortition and is scheduled to receive the highest amount of funding, though the amount of funding could change in the future if the new Chief Delegates ratify the bylaw changes proposed by the previous administration. There is almost 200k EOS in the Eden treasury that will be programmatically disbursed to Eden Delegates every month.

You can listen to each Chief Delegate express their gratitude, excitement for EOS, and plans to empower the Eden community in the moments after the Chief Delegates were elected on the Eden Election Day Stream. Brock Pierce spoke first about his deep conviction for EOS, plans to bring awareness & media attention to Eden, and a council he is forming to help allocate Eden funding.

Chuck MacDonald shared a detailed three part platform to empower communities with an easy-to-use Eden dApp, intrinsically valuable NFTs for Eden members, and community owned funding pools to help delegates allocate funding for the benefit of EOS. Chuck also shared many more details during an interview with NovaCrypto.

Michael O’Sullivan, CEO of Bywire News, spoke about telling the story of EOS and remunerating content creators who create great content about EOS. Gracie Lau, who is also a Chief Delegate of Eden China, spoke about improving the governance of EOS with community driven experimentation and sharing the learnings across Edens in various cultures. Edgar Fernandez, co-founder of EOS Costa Rica, spoke about integrating more tools for Eden and providing technical expertise to help the community execute great ideas and expand Eden to many blockchains.

Yves emphasized the need for Eden Delegates to iterate quickly with bold action and many more EOS community members shared passionate, inspired, and insightful speeches throughout the nearly six hour Eden Election livestream. Voting statistics and video recordings from each room can be found on the Genesis Eden website.

The next official Eden Election is scheduled for October 8th and the community is excited to further empower EOS with fractal governance. If you are not an Eden member and are interested in participating in future elections, you can contact a friendly EOS Support agent to learn more.

EOS Represented at Multiple Online Events with Chinese Media

The news about the EOS EVM launch on the Jungle testnet has brought extensive interest and discussion in the EOS Chinese community. In the past week, a number of well-known Chinese blockchain media invited members of the EOS Network Foundation as a guest on several Twitter Spaces events.

On April 13, 7 O’clock Labs invited representatives from 5 popular public blockchains to speak including EOS, Avalanche, Dfinity, Oasis, and Waves. Dafeng Guo, a member of the board of directors of the EOS Network Foundation, was invited to attend this event which attracted 230+ users.

On April 15, Martin, a representative of the EOS Network Foundation in China, was invited to participate in the Odaily Planet Daily online AMA event for in-depth discussions on topics such as Web3. The event attracted 500+ users and in the Q&A session many users showed interest in the future development of EOS and the trend of EOS EVM.

EOS Network

The EOS Network is a 3rd generation blockchain platform powered by the EOS VM, a low-latency, highly performant, and extensible WebAssembly engine for deterministic execution of near feeless transactions; purpose-built for enabling optimal web3 user and developer experiences. EOS is the flagship blockchain and financial center of the EOSIO protocol, serving as the driving force behind multi-chain collaboration and public goods funding for tools and infrastructure through the EOS Network Foundation (ENF).

EOS Network Foundation

The EOS Network Foundation (ENF) is a not-for-profit organization that coordinates financial and non-financial support to encourage the growth and development of the EOS Network. The ENF is the hub of the EOS Network, harnessing the power of decentralization as a force for positive global change to chart a coordinated future for EOS.