Dan spent a significant amount of time today answering questions in EOS general chat, thrilling token holders and providing numerous metaphors to better explain EOS. He started by clarifying inter-blockchain communication and whether it dilutes EOS main chain token value:
(^ Ian Grigg of block.one has a $25 bet EOS blockchain can run on a Mac mini at launch)
On whether a user can engage in profit sharing or other means of income from EOS tokens:
Dan goes into light detail about the fractional reserve model for EOS bandwidth:
Dan corrects a user who thought the maximum EOS throughout will be 100k transactions per second:
A user is impressed Dan takes the time to chat with people on Telegram - similar to messaging with Steve Jobs or Bill Gates. User hadrian brings up this famous exchange:
Dan compares Bitcoin's cost to the EOS initial numbers:
User wonders why developers will want to use EOS as a backbone rather than starting their own chain:
Dan went away for a few hours, then came back to debate Cardano:
And then some real audit talk:
While Dan made EOS general chat the highlight of the day, other EOS Telegram groups were showing life as well. Quick summary of each to follow. BlockPros discussed taxes:
Devs helped nsjames refine Scatter:
And EOSTalk discussed whether lambos are worth it after a while, or if it's better to try and change the world:
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