EOS general chat was light on actual EOS related talk most of the morning, though many shared other articles relating to blockchain and crytocurrency. Many read an article about internet decentralization:
Another non-EOS but blockchain relevant share:
India's Prime Minister weighed in on blockchain:
Ian Grigg with block.one stopped by to dispel one of many ongoing scams (the EOS token sale CAN'T end early, it's an unstoppable smart contract according to Dan. There will NEVER be an airdrop of EOS tokens. Stay vigilant!):
Katie Roman, writer of "EOS, The Great Liberator", released her second article in the series, "EOS - Innovation in Decentralization" to heavy acclaim and resharing:
Dan came by to confirm the fake coindesk email scam:
And then did a brief Q&A. On the token sale price vs. exchange price:
Purchase agreement info:
The EOSphere team is embarking on a trip around Australia to do meetups and spread awareness:
EOS Developers learned how to make money from their dapps, as Bart of block.one explained:
He further clarified:
Dan stopped in to remove two spammers and answer Cesar's question:
Over in EOS BlockPros, Eric was caught green thumbed:
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