“Only 10% of people bought Bitcoin, and only 10% did not buy EOS.
The founder of EOS, Daniel Larimer, is known as BM because the nickname on GitHub is Bytemaster.
BM left the Steem team, joined Block.one, and launched the third blockchain project, EOS, in 2017. In June 17th, the EOS main network was officially launched.
EOS (Enterprise Operation System) is a high-performance blockchain underlying operating system developed by Block.one. In other words, EOS can be seen as an upgraded version of Ethereum. EOS has been pursuing "commercial" purposes since its inception, focusing on high performance.
The throughput of the Ethereum network is about 15-20 times per second, and the EOS network throughput has reached 4,000 times per second. Therefore, the Ethereum network is often congested, and the transfer often takes a long time to be confirmed by the network. Because of the fast processing speed of EOS, the transfer is basically "seconds". In addition to better performance than Ethereum, the EOS network excels in scalability. This means that more small programs can be developed on the EOS network.
In addition, unlike Bitcoin and Ethereum, it is necessary to pay a handling fee, and EOS transfers are all free.
Although EOS has developed very rapidly and has many admirers, the cynicism against EOS has never stopped. For example, it is not enough to decentralize, it is more like “cloud service”; most of the programs on EOS are related to “spinach” and are often A hacker attack occurred in a currency incident.