EOS Hot Sauce #15

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Block.one EOSIO Strategic Vision

In the second part of their strategic vision series, Block.one introduced several initiatives and tools they are developing or already offering in order to nurture a vivid EOSIO developer community:

  • Graphical User Interfaces
    • Tools to make it easier to launch nodeos, access block explorers for transaction and block inspection as well as other general development uses
  • EOSIO SDKs for Java and Swift
    • Java and Swift libraries to generate applications in native Android or iOS platforms, providing faster response time, and more finely tuned interfaces on the user end.
  • Advancing the Universal Authenticator Library
    • A simple, unified approach to provide a single integration and associated front end components for developers of applications.
  • Debugging Smart Contracts
    • Tools that let developers add breakpoints to their smart contract code so that functions can be reviewed in a step-through process during state exploration and auditing.
  • The EOSIO Testnet
    • A testing infrastructure that is integrated with Block.one’s developer documentation
  • Scalable Documentation Platform
    • A developer portal to provide a more seamless experience in sync with the scale of the EOSIO software codebase and additional multi language support to integrate developers from the non-english speaking community.
  • High Resolution State Tracking
    • Offering developers greater flexibility with the implementation of data aggregator tools
  • Enhanced Smart Contract Functionality
    • Improving interactions between smart contracts by enabling smart contracts to use a read-only layer to which other smart contracts can refer so each can update their data structures without any errors.

Block.one invites the EOSIO developer community to engage in the set up of the Specification Repository and/or send an email to their developer relations team at developers@block.one.

Furthermore, in order to foster the next generation of developers, Block.one invited the TechGirls to their offices in Blacksburg for a day of shadowing and inspiring!

LiquidLink — DAPP Network is ready to scale ETH

BOScore innovations

Everything EOS Proxy

PredIQt and Veles prediction markets

Parsl's big week

DAC Factory for everyone

Karma's new look

The Karma app keeps improving their product on all levels. After a thorough update of the application itself, introducing tipping/boosting of content, a simplified login and KARMA Usernames, the website and overall branding also recently got a new look.

One of the recurring problems for users was still the RAM consumption, but this was solved as the team updated their smart contract and promised that users will never have to worry about RAM anymore. And there’s more to come as CEO Dallas Rushing recently hinted to the potential integration of atomic swaps on Karma via Yolo, an EOS exchange brought to us by the Kyber Network.

BOID season 2 underway

TokenYield becomes one-stop-shop for dividends

Since TokenYield went live a couple of weeks ago, investors can now easily track dividend paying projects in one convenient and practical place. We’re happy to report that the TokenYield team added the functionality to stake or unstake tokens directly on their website, which makes TokenYield the one stop shop to not only track but also to manage your dividend earning tokens portfolio.

HireVibes goes alpha


Our friends over at StartEOS created a meme poking a little fun at the relationship between software development and retail price action… 🤣

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Prior to founding the first EOS community in Toronto and co-founding EOS Nation, Daniel spent a decade in the financial technology industry working several diverse roles. His extensive experience in customer service, sales, sales coaching, agent training, digital marketing, digital process management (lean green belt), and product management (certified scrum master, certified product owner) eventually lead him to consulting for a blockchain dev shop.

Daniel earned a Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University in 2009 and worked as a chase producer intern at Global TV.

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