EOS is an open-source blockchain platform, distributing the tools developers need to create, grow, and enhance their ideas and infrastructure.
EOS liberates developers to align what they build with what they imagine. Bringing together programmable architectures, versatile blockchain infrastructures, and custom smart contracts, the EOS Network helps developers coordinate, permit, execute, and deliver as they see fit.
With transactions that combine state-of-the-art speed, lower costs, and minimal latency, EOS allows developers to do more, and waste less, by effortlessly optimizing and integrating digital resources.
Anyone can onboard, scale up, and flourish with EOS, from blockchain beginners to the cream of the coding crop, thanks to assistance from on-call EOS experts, and an ever-expanding toolkit, product base, and educational library.
The EOS Network defends your data with end-to-end authentication and preeminent blockchain and web security verifications standards, and a robust yet flexible permissions range permitting developers to coordinate their products with necessary regulatory and compliance frameworks.
Rather than burdening individual users with pesky transaction fees, on EOS, the network covers these costs. Those who stake tokens are ensured access to a proportional share of ecosystem resources, to socialize both the gains and costs of the EOS Network.
EOS Network Foundation Working Groups focus on R&D for specific aspects of EOS. Their research covers current EOS projects/products, along with recommending improvements and additions to keep and sustain EOS as the state-of-the-art blockchain.
Providing access for the next generation of EOSIO-powered apps
Developing software that allows applications to run on EOSIO
Working with software to integrate EOSIO info external applications
Providing an overall framework for security analysis tooling and contract audit for EOSIO-based applications
Deploying the Etheruem Virtual Machine (EVM) on EOS
Developing mitigation strategies, emergency response protocols, and best practices for hacks and exploits
Increase opportunities for dApp developers to be rewarded and EOS users to earn yield on the EOS Network.
Working group formed between EOS, Telos, Wax, and UX Network to secure and improve the core Antelope framework.
Establishing innovative solutions for the EOSIO protocol to provide faster finality, trustless IBC, optimized RAM scaling, P2P networking, and other scaling improvements
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