EOS RAM, CPU, NET, Staking and unstaking explained

Whether you are new to the cryptocurrency world or you know of the greats, Bitcoin & Ether, there is one that is making great traction in all areas of the crypto-sphere. Being new, innovative, third generation blockchain it is proving itself in all facets.  You guessed it, EOS.     EOS is a DPOS (Delegated Proof of Stake) blockchain striving for decentralisation which incurs no fees of moving its native token EOS, across its network. EOS is mainly designed to handle large-scale dApps (decentralized autonomous applications) which are designed to enable…

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What is the EOT Blockchain?

The EOT Blockchain is an immutable record of all EOT transactions, stored on a network of computers thus creating a distributed ledger of all transactions.     How Does the EOT Blockchain Work? When EOT started a first version of the record in the ledger was created and stored in what is block 1 or otherwise known as the Genesis block.   All information on the blockchain are stored in files which are encrypted, in the world of cryptocurrency, these files are known as wallets.   Every file/wallet has an…

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