About a month ago i made a little compilation about projects and platforms that are moving to EOS from other blockchains, most notably Ethereum. Here is the list: https://busy.org/@conceptskip/platforms-switching-over-to-eos
So a month later, and the bear market in full swing it thought it was a good thing to look at it again and include hints i got from other users. Big thanks to everyone who have been contributing to this list! Not all of those are recent announcements but as they have been lacking in the first article, i am including them now:
EOSisch (myWish – enables SmartContracts without coding)
https://medium.com/@VladimirTikhomirov/eos-brought-game-changing-standards-to-crypto-meet-the-eosish-token-d0300958e679They generally aim to be platform agnostic, but user accounts will be based on EOS. (Originally ETH based)
Sentinel Protocol (Security / Anti-Hacking Software)
Fun fact, they announced it in course of a ama video, baffling their own community!
They are moving over from ICON
ZAP (Blockchain orcale)
Eternal Trusts (fiduciary crypto protocol)
No Limit Coin (Fantasy Sports)
They will not use EOS mainnet but intend to build up their own chain, based on an EOS.ioCode Fork.
InstarToken (Insights Networks token)
Elementh (E-commerce) – Building on an EOS.io blockchain (unconfirmed)
Dual- & Blockchain agnostic projects, introducing EOS support:
XYZ (Blockchain oracle)
They won’t leave Ethereum but announced to support Eos and also play a part in the EOS Alliance
WePower (energy token) – Dual strategy ETh & EOS
Augur… well, actually the didn’t announce it…. rather a dev rejected the idea that they would, but did so in a way that revealed that they were looking into the possibility, which brought some prominent figures to action: https://twitter.com/joeykrug/status/1038089038673190912I think this little updated list demonstrates well, that although we are still in a valley of tears, there is a lot happening around EOS, and that this blockchain is able to convince a lot of players in the field who are looking for scalability and stability. And EOS seems to offer that.