EOS may not be the best known blockchain platform out there, but its credentials may surprise you. Indeed, it is quickly becoming one of the top players in its field and, despite being similar to Ethereum in function, is likely to overtake it in the very near future.
What exactly is EOS?
The idea of EOS is that it is an autonomous, decentralised corporation which is designed to give people the opportunity to build, host and govern decentralised applications. Indeed, it allows developers to build a programmable blockchain that they can deploy without the need for a centralised server. EOS aims to provide an accessible and smooth experience for developers, and is currently a hot topic among investors due to its promise.
How is EOS different to Ethereum?
The architecture of EOS is different to that of Ethereum, and sells itself as very scalable. In comparison to Ethereum, then, which suffers from a number of scalability issues, it is already looking much more attractive as an option for developers and investors.
So what about Dawn 3.0?
Those within the EOS community will be pleased to hear that Dawn 3.0, a line of development that has merged with Dawn2.x, is now deemed stable enough to release publicly as an Early Alpha and will become the corporation’s Github master branch. This represents a major development for the future of EOS, and will surely excite those hoping to take advantage of its capabilities straight away. Once EOS is fully implemented and functioning, it is likely to be the only blockchain platform that is able to handle full-scale commercial decentralised applications, making it a go-to for developers and investors alike. Indeed, that it is still in a development phase and has garnered so much attention is testament to its innovative qualities.
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