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This week includes:

  • Eden China Trial Election
  • The ENF Announces Additional $125K for Pomelo S2
  • Wallet+ Blue Paper
  • Everything EOS with Aaron Cox
  • #EndRant | ENF Funding: How Does It Work?
  • Dan Larimer on Fractally: Fireside Chat & Helios Spotlight
  • Oldtimers Offer Coming to EOS
  • M-Motors: Cars in the Upland Metaverse
  • EOS Support real persons
  • Weekly Mandel+ WG Call
  • Weekly EOSIO+ WG Call

Eden China Trial Election

The Chinese EOS Community has created a customized version of Eden on EOS and hosted an EdenCN trial election on March 20th. The EdenCN team has successfully forked the Eden codebase, which was initially created by Dan Larimer’s ClarionOS team, and is currently working on deploying the smart contract.

Compared to the original code, the EdenCN fork has introduced a couple of adjustments, which in the trial election will be tested by participants. One significant change is that teams can submit proposals for review before the election date so that EdenCN members can choose and run for it as a representative. The goal of the election process is to identify and fund the project with the highest chances of success and therefore bring value to EOS.

The ENF has signaled their support for EdenCN and announced to be matching the 1000 EOS prize for the winner of the trial election. Once the EdenCN smart contract is fully deployed the ENF will sponsor an additional 25000 EOS for the 1st official EdenCN election, scheduled for Q2 2022.

The ENF Announces Additional $125K for Pomelo S2 Matching Pool

The EOS Network Foundation announced an additional $125k in funding for Pomelo Grants during Seasons 2. The total contributions are now over $1,000,000, which is approximately twice as much as Pomelo Season 1. Yves La Rose announced the additional funding during this week’s EOS Fireside Chat and spoke about how this is an excellent opportunity for people who are creating public goods to be rewarded for their work.

Pomelo Season 2 is coming soon and the dates are now finalized. Applications will be accepted from March 22nd to April 11th and donations will be accepted from March 30th to April 23rd.

Get your public good grant applications ready!

Wallet+ Blue Paper

The EOS Wallet+ Blue Paper is a compilation of research into the current state of the EOS ecosystem. It identifies many improvements for wallets, SDKs, UX standards, and other pieces that comprise the user-facing portion of the network.

The EOS Wallet+ Blue Paper been crafted by the teams from Greymass and Ultra, who are some of the most experienced and knowledgeable teams developing on EOSIO. The collaborative nature of this working group allowed them to hone in on many of the most salient issues facing EOS and articulate many novel solutions.

The ENF and the sponsored working groups are now actively seeking out community feedback on such considerations. Additionally, we would like to hear the community’s thoughts and opinions on the funding proposals put forth by each of the sponsored working groups.

Everything EOS with Aaron Cox

The Everything EOS podcast is back with special guest Aaron Cox!

Aaron Cox is the architect behind the Anchor Wallet, co-founder of Greymass, an ENF board member, the first head chief Delegate of Eden, and served as the project lead of the ENF working groups.

In this podcast, Aaron discusses his experience writing the API+ and Wallet+ Blue Papers and previews what to expect in the Wallet+ Blue Paper. He also shares insight into what the focus has been at Greymass, how they’ve recently hired more developers, and their plans for prioritizing the Unicove Web Wallet.

#EndRant | ENF Funding: How Does It Work?

Yves La Rose breaks down the mechanisms by which the ENF is funded, delving into such topics as the relationship between the ENF and EOS Block Producers, how the ENF’s treasury is effectively governed by account permissions, and how the ENF’s not-for-profit status factors into grant making.

Dan Larimer on Fractally: Fireside Chat & Helios Spotlight

Dan Larimer joined the EOS Fireside chat to answer questions and speak with the community about EOS and ƒractally. Dan Larimer is the author of More Equal Animals and the founder of ƒractally, EOSIO, Steemit, and Bitshares. In this discussion, Dan and EOS community leaders shared many helpful ideas about ƒractally and EOS.

Dan also spoke in Helios Spotlight interview with Gavriel Shaw, where they discussed how ƒractally can empower communities to fund public goods and reward people for doing helpful work for their communities.

During the EOS Fireside Chat, Dan invited everyone to participate in the first ƒractal meetings every Saturday at 11am Central Time.

Oldtimers Offer Coming to EOS

Oldtimers Offer is moving to EOS and building a platform to decentralize the classic vehicle market with the help of EOS EVM & Pomelo Grants. This dapp enables people to buy, sell, rent, and auction beloved classic cars & motorcycles.

Many great development teams appreciate the mature tooling of EVM and are attracted to the highly performant EOS EVM, as well as the ability to raise funds for public goods on

M-Motors: Cars in the Upland Metaverse

Upland is a popular NFT metaverse on EOS that is mapped to the real world and is quickly becoming one of the largest blockchain-based economies in existence.

With the launch of M-Motors (short for Metaverse Motors), Upland is introducing a new transportation system that will feature vehicle NFTs, real-time travel, racing, and many metaverse ventures. Players can use their NFT cars to earn money by starting virtual businesses, such as transporting goods, offering ride-sharing, or providing other services for players in the metaverse.

EOS Support with Real People

EOS Support is a trustworthy organization started by community members to provide technical user support for the EOS blockchain. In addition, EOS Support also publishes educational content to help everyone understand and enjoy the benefits of EOS.

Any user who needs EOS Support can easily start a live chat with a friendly & helpful support agent on

Weekly Mandel Upgrade Call

Weekly EOSIO+ WG Call

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.