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블록원은 보이스를 우리가 꿈꾸어야 할 "사회"라 부르기 시작했다.
블록원의 보이스가 발표되고 EOS 커뮤니티 외부에서는 이것을 단순히 컨텐츠 댑 수준의 SNS로만 보는 시각 이상의 견해는 찾아보기 힘들다. 그도 그럴 것이 보이스는 수많은 고민이 녹아든 철저히 전략적인 무기인 셈이고 이 속에 함의된 요소들은 EOS 생태계를 제대로 이해하는 이들에게만 보일 수 밖에 없다. 사실 그동안 블록원이 트윗과 텔레그램을 통해 무수히 던진 떡밥들을 하나로 통합한 개념이 바로 보이스라 사실 그 이면에 숨겨진 본질은 파악이 쉽지 않을 수 있는 것도 사실이다.
단도직입적으로 보이스는 EOS를 위한 가장 강력한 본질인 Mass Adoption을 위한 무기다. 보이스는 "신원인증, UBI(기본소득), 거버넌스, 커뮤니케이션, 이코노미"의 개념들의 총체이며, 이미 눈치 챈 분들도 계시겠지만 이것은 결과적으로 우리가 속한 "사회" 그 자체의 본질과 동일하다.
소셜 네트워크의 탈을 쓰고 공개된 VOICE의 야망은 실은 EOS 블록체인 상에 가상 사회를 구축하는 것
보이스는 신원 인증을 기반으로 이를 행한 "사람"들에게 기본 소득을 제공하며 더 많은 유저들을 끌어들인다. 유저들은 동일선상에서 보이스를 사용할 기회가 제공되며 모두에게 공평한 수준의 보이스 토큰이 부여되고, "자동화된 매크로 알고리즘"이나 "봇"이 없니 순수하게 커뮤니케이션에 대한 노력과 좋은 의견으로 토큰을 획득할 수 있다. 실제 온라인 노동의 가치에 대한 보상 매커니즘인 셈이다.
현재의 봇과 가짜 계정들이 장악한 트위터와 페이스북, 인스타그램 등 SNS의 성공은 순환주기에 놓여있다. 트위터 열풍에서 페이스북으로, 페이스북에서 인스타그램으로(물론 페이스북이 인스타그램을 인수한 목적도 위기 관리 측면에서 다르지 않다.) 이젠 영원할 것 같던 인스타그램 대신새로운 세대는 틴더 등 새로운 SNS를 갈망한다. 현재 광고 수익에만 치우쳐진 SNS의 모델은 결과적으로 종국에는 봇이 만들어낸 피드에 잠식당하고 유저들은 새로운 플랫폼으로 떠난다.
보이스는 SNS가 아니다. 실제 사회에서와 동일하게 실존에 대한 증명은 가치를 만들고 스스로가 낸 의견은 인간들과의 상호작용을 통해 수익이 되기도 한다. 상호작용이 늘어날 수록 수익의 크기도 늘 뿐더러, 이같은 사람들을 위해 기업들은 이 위에 마케팅의 토대를 건설한다. 그런데 그러한 마케팅은 아마 기존의 SNS의 형태와는 다를 것이다. 우리는 구글의 유튜브나 아마존의 트위치 등을 통해서 이제 사람이 곧 돈인 시대가 펼쳐졌음을 인지한다. 사실 원래부터 인간은 곧 가치로 환산되었고, 사람이 있는 곳에 돈이 몰린다. 이제 보이스는 사람들의 상호작용과 코멘트, 포스팅 자체가 큰 광고의 역할을 한다는 것을 보여줄 것이라 생각한다.
보이스에서는 어뷰징이 어렵다. 보이스 상에서 나의 행적은 단일 계정상 존재하는 유일한 나의 기록이기 때문에 스스로 이력을 관리하고, 옳은 이야기를 하게 될 것이며, 소신있는 이야기를 그것도 주의깊게 체인에 저장하게 된다. 실제 사회에서 처럼 우리는 보이스 상에서도 가치있는 나의 모습을 가꾸기 위해 노력하게 될 거란 이야기다.
우리의 보이스상에서의 활동으로 우리는 어떤 정치적 견해를 가지고 있으며, 어떠한 철학으로 인생을 살고 있는지 우리는 노출하게 된다. 또한 보이스라는 사회에서 스스로는 얼마나 큰 영향력을 가지는지 증명하기 위해 노력하게 될 것이다. 기본소득 개념으로 동일하게 주어지는 보이스 토큰으로 시작점은 같다고 할지라도 종국은 서로가 다른 보이스토큰을 보유하게 될 수 밖에 없다.
업체들은 목소리의 영향이 큰 이들의 의견 중 자신들에게 호의적인 의견에 보이스를 투자할 수 있다. 그러면 자연스레 노출도가 상승하고 굳이 별다른 광고 매너자체가 필요하지 않다. 이젠 광고 중개자가 필요하지도, 광고 배너가 필요하지도 않게 된다. 유저들은 소신껏 하고, 광고주들은 판단에 따라 자신들에 유리한 전략으로 보이스 토큰을 구입하고 집행하게 될 거다. 그리고 그렇게 지불한 보이스 토큰은 생태계에서 소각된다.
정치라고 불가능할까? 보이스에서 다수가 지지하는 목소리를 내는 이들은 큰 영향력과 부를 갖는다. 그리고 이것은 곧 실제 사회의 영향력과 크게 다르지 않을 수 밖에 없다. 앞서 설명처럼 보이스는 현실 사회를 복제하기 때문이다. 신원인증 기반의 투표, 설문조사 등 그간 SNS상에서 어려웠던 수많은 거버넌스 활동도 가능해진다. 이처럼 보이스는 목소리를 가진 이들은 무엇이든 가능할 온라인 사회 플랫폼이다.
목소리를 낼 것
EOS 메인넷에 올라간 보이스는 수많은 사람들을 EOS 생태계로 데리고 오며 사람들이 모이기 시작하면 네트워크의 가치는 기하급수적으로 상승한다. 보이스의 토큰 이코노미의 성장은 EOS의 수요를 다양한 측면에서 증가시킨다. EOS 계정 생성, VOICE 토큰 구입을 위한 EOS 구입 등 마저 다 생각하지 못할 정도로 재미난 것들을 블록원은 계획하고 있을 것이라 생각한다. 보이스를 EOS 사이드체인이 아닌 EOS 메인넷에 런칭한 것은 블록원 스스로가 EOS 메인넷 커뮤니티의 참여자라 인증한 것과 같다. 이번 보이스를 필두로 블록원은 장기적으로 EOS 홀더들의 이익에 통합된 전략으로 EOS 메인넷의 가치를 상승시킬 전략을 차례차례 내놓을 예정이다. 이같은 전략은 EOS 공동체를 위함으로 EOS 공동체 밖의 이들에겐 여전히 모호하고 희미한 개념일 수 밖에 없다. 하지만, 언제나 현명한 시각을 가졌던 얼리 어답터는 가장 큰 성공의 시작과 함께 해왔다.
B1June 행사로 인해 커뮤니티 외부인들이 피워댔던 자욱한 먼지가 모두 가라앉고 나면 본질을 바라보는 시각을 가진 EOS 커뮤니티는 보이스에 대한 기대를 더욱 키워갈 수 밖에 없으리라 생각한다. 아마 그리 머지않아 EOS 위에 서비스되는 블록원의 보이스로 소통하는 그날을 기대해본다.
「EOS의 가격 움직임이 심상치않다. 지난 22일 블룸버그 통신은 EOS의 자사인 Block.one이 EOS를 매입한다는 소식을 전했으며, 현지시각으로 5일뒤인 27일 EOS 트랜잭션 사이트에 실제로 EOS.IO가 3백만 EOS RAM을 구입한 정황이 포착되었다.
현재 EOS의 가격인 7.59달러의 가격으로 환산하면 매입한 금액은 대략 2천 5백만 달러, 원화로는 2백 80억원상당인 것으로 나타났다. 이같은 자사의 매입에 힘입어 EOS의 가격은 현재, 업비트에서 9,585원에 거래중이며, 최근들어 비트코인을 제외한 알트코인중에 가장 크게 상승한 알트코인중 하나가 되었다.
특히, EOS의 창시자인 댄라리머가 3월부터 언론을 통해 언급했던 6월의 빅뉴스가 가시화되고 있다는 반증이기도 하다. 이 빅뉴스가 글로벌 기업의 dapp 대규모 EOS 합류와 같은 실질적으로 가시화된 결과물일지는 알수 없지만, 3월부터 강조해온 빅뉴스는 Block.one이 추구하는 로드맵에서 의미있는 비중을 차지하는 빅뉴스임에 틀림없어 보인다.
EOS의 가격은 현재 7.6달러이지만 이는 황소시장이 가장 절정이였던 2017년 12월에 19달러의 40% 수준으로 다른 코인들과 비교할 정도로 가장 크게 상승한 알트코인 중 하나다.
6월중 빅뉴스가 EOS가 추구하는 로드맵을 뛰어넘는 수준의 어떤 것이 될지는 아직까지 알수 없지만, 투자한 금액의 10분의 1, 20분의 1 수준으로 하락한 다른 알트코인들에 비해 EOS는 가격면에서 투자자들에게 도리를 다하고 있는 것만은 분명하다.
또한, 현재 많은 암호화폐 투자자들이 6월중 빅뉴스를 통한 EOS의 가격 상승을 기대하고 있다.」
위와 같은 찌라시가 돌고 있나 봅니다. 말도 안되는 소리라 한번 정확히 알려드리겠습니다. 많이들 공유해주세요.
"EOS의 가격 움직임이 심상치않다. 지난 22일 블룸버그 통신은 EOS의 자사인 Block.one이 EOS를 매입한다는 소식을 전했으며, 현지시각으로 5일뒤인 27일 EOS 트랜잭션 사이트에 실제로 EOS.IO가 3백만 EOS RAM을 구입한 정황이 포착되었다."
> 블록원은 EOS를 매입한적이 없습니다. 블룸버그에서 전한 뉴스는 블록원이 새로운 투자자를 위해 초기 투자자로부터 자사주 환매(바이백)을 실시했다는 뉴스를 교묘히 속인 FOMO 조성용 찌라시입니다.
"현재 EOS의 가격인 7.59달러의 가격으로 환산하면 매입한 금액은 대략 2천 5백만 달러, 원화로는 2백 80억원상당인 것으로 나타났다. 이같은 자사의 매입에 힘입어 EOS의 가격은 현재, 업비트에서 9,585원에 거래중이며, 최근들어 비트코인을 제외한 알트코인중에 가장 크게 상승한 알트코인중 하나가 되었다."
> 블록원은 EOS RAM을 별도의 돈으로 매수한 적이 없습니다. EOS 생태계에서는 블록체인의 RAM 자원을 EOS로 구매할 수 있고, 원래 가지고 있던 EOS 지분으로 RAM을 구매한 것입니다. 당연히 EOS로 RAM을 구매했으니 EOS를 산 것이 아니고 판 것이 되는 것이죠. 그리고 이 RAM 구매는 사실상 블록원의 EOS를 단기 "소각"시킨 것과 동일합니다. 완전 블록원이 EOS를 매입한다는 거짓 찌라시입니다.
"특히, EOS의 창시자인 댄라리머가 3월부터 언론을 통해 언급했던 6월의 빅뉴스가 가시화되고 있다는 반증이기도 하다. 이 빅뉴스가 글로벌 기업의 dapp 대규모 EOS 합류와 같은 실질적으로 가시화된 결과물일지는 알수 없지만, 3월부터 강조해온 빅뉴스는 Block.one이 추구하는 로드맵에서 의미있는 비중을 차지하는 빅뉴스임에 틀림없어 보인다.
EOS의 가격은 현재 7.6달러이지만 이는 황소시장이 가장 절정이였던 2017년 12월에 19달러의 40% 수준으로 다른 코인들과 비교할 정도로 가장 크게 상승한 알트코인 중 하나다.
6월중 빅뉴스가 EOS가 추구하는 로드맵을 뛰어넘는 수준의 어떤 것이 될지는 아직까지 알수 없지만, 투자한 금액의 10분의 1, 20분의 1 수준으로 하락한 다른 알트코인들에 비해 EOS는 가격면에서 투자자들에게 도리를 다하고 있는 것만은 분명하다."
> EOS가 투자자에게도리를 다하고 있는 것이 아니라, EOS의 가치 상승은 EOS을 믿고 지지해준 EOS 홀더들의 노력으로 만들어진 겁니다. 커뮤니티가 블록체인의 가치입니다.
"또한, 현재 많은 암호화폐 투자자들이 6월중 빅뉴스를 통한 EOS의 가격 상승을 기대하고 있다."
> 가격이 상승하면 좋지만, 지금 같은 찌라시들로 인한 상승은 이런 찌라시 뉴스를 만드는 세력들만 배불리는 격이죠. 천천히라도 좋으니 건실히 오래 길게 크게 성장하는 EOS가 되길 바랍니다.
I'm sure you all know that Block One (b1) has unstaged 9.8 million EOSs. Block One can unlock 10 million EOSs per year and use them as desired. But Dan Reimer says the EOS Unstaging is for internal policy and strategic purposes.
In addition to this, Dan has been revealing his EOS holdings several times before, not for sale. So it's possible that EOS could be used for other purposes, so we started unpacking.
There are a few things that need to be considered for proper speculation about what the objective is.
1. Will B1's Dab be on the EOS mainnet? Are you going to use side chains?
B1's Dap is uploaded to the EOS mainnet: The EOS purchased can be used to increase bandwidth for its own dap (REX lease and RAM resource purchase). You can also use the EOS you have in your hands to create a free account for your app user influx. As you know, EOS accounts are very easy to use, but in order to create the EOS account itself, you usually have to pay about a dollar to create the account, and you have to find a place to create the account. I think this process is going to be a natural solution over time, but right now there are a lot of general users who have had difficulties. Therefore, Block One is likely to announce free EOS accounts to its subscribers for their SNS adaptations and so on.
If you put B1's dab on the reader's side-chain: this is a little more unpredictable. It is not necessary to unstack the EOS on the mainnet if the block circle is using the side chain. As for the user account in the sidechain, you can provide yourself with a pouch-concept token, as is the case with Steam. However, if Block One had an IBC concept in mind, it would be possible to move Mainnet's EOS to its own sidechain, even if it were operated. In this case, the mainnet's EOS may be locked up on the main chain and used cross-issued MEOS token names on the sidechain.
2. Possibility that B1 will use EOS for its dap, not its own
Dan Larimer confirmed that Block One will be invited to the event, not just Block One's. Maybe you'll be a partner to support your EOSIO development capabilities, or maybe you'll be buying a dagger to work with Block One. Block One is not likely to support EOS for their resource resources. Block One also has a stake in EOS VC, so we need to be aware of the possibility of supporting EOS. That's actually a huge amount, with 9.8 million tokens being unlocked, and because of the low cost of resources since REX's adoption. Therefore, it is necessary to leave open the possibility of allocating Block One for the resources of not only its own, but also for the resources of many of its own.
3. Possibility that B1 will use for URI through their daps
Dan Larrier once said that URI - URI is a concept derived from the basic income concept - resource allocation that allocates certain value to those with identifiable information - is by far the best marketing strategy. The block of sns daep to identity authentication platform backed by killer, not just daep sns because they are mindful of the possibility of daep sns and burned through.In the meantime, and to work to prove his identity enough qualified people, uri is likely to be administered. This can be a big marketing strategy for user acquisition. However, since the basic mechanism of identity authentication is prior to its release, the possibility of using it as a URI is not significant yet. But the possibilities are still open.
4. A certain amount of incineration
In fact, token incineration has been considered in many ways by Dan Larimer's "Burn" emoji. Recently, however, Dan announced that he would withdraw his emoji due to internal policy changes. Maybe he decided that his use of the strategy based on their dap marketing was more efficient than the effect of incineration tokens. Therefore, it seems unlikely for now.
It's been a while since I wrote. I think I'll write in a comfortable I think it's time to enjoy the season.
I'm working hard on the renewal of a coffee website, so I'm going to spend my days relaxing and sighing. I also went to media day to cover Blue Bottle that was launched in Korea. That's a lot of people. That's a lot of people around Kramer's house.
a year already
Anyway, there have been so many waves. Short-term investors would have had a very difficult time, and I couldn't have been comfortable with people like myself who really looked at it for a long time. It was not just about the price, but about the rewards for BP in the $2 price range, and I think I was more worried about the minor BPs that were doing the job. But they've all survived the bearish run, and services are exploding.
It's actually the main net built by the pure community, so it was only a year ago that we had to make a single ball of voting fund, and that's just this time. ^^ After the mainnet, the rate of power generation is rising almost in the form of log scale. A lot of block-explors have sprung up, and a lot of solutions based on the MSIG have been proposed and applied by BP, with the creation of a repertory tool, and the introduction of EUA to speed governance. The 4% inflation incineration that had been built up was rapid, and the debate is now beginning on how to adjust the rate of inflation and apply it to investor interests.
trial and error correction
In retrospect, it's been a long journey, and there's been a lot of trial and error.
The direction of the initial setup of the EOS protocol was an ideal beautiful thing to look back on now: investors' BP vote, low Leopard turnout, ECAF, real-world issues with DAPP's EOS resource use. However, the collision caused a number of variables and prompted the need to change the protocol settings at the base layer associated with the chain code. Although there are centralization stories about BP, the EUA proposal was issued by genuine BP, and the chain's players, BP, investors, etc., are moving in the right direction for the development of the chain in accordance with the game theory.
What's changed in just two months through the EUA is incredible. WPS 4% reduction in reserves, REX on-the-shelf grafts, changes quickly by sharing issues that have a profound impact on the ecosystem. These are things that can never be done easily in other chains. This is known and shared by BP and other EOS communities around the world. In the future, there will be faster changes. However, there can be clearly a wrong proposition. That's when the community needs to get their ideas out of the picture. Because that's the core of the DPOS system. Whether you're an investor or not, watching EOS change is definitely going to help. EOS Mainnet is the largest governance community in the world where people from different cultures are gathering their opinions.
finally moving block circle
Even when launching the EOS mainnet, the block circle did not move much. He does, too, because Block One is an EOSIO developer, not the subject of the EOS mainnet. But now the block circle has started to move. In the meantime, Block One is a very distant policy when it comes to the EOS mainnet, because it wanted to avoid "the phenomenon of the community having centralized power due to expectations placed on Block One." Now it's time for Block One to announce its products as an EOSIO-related dap developer who must somehow connect to the EOS mainnet.
Block One has been invested in various companies. You know, Petertil, you know, you know, you've attracted equity investments in block sources, and you've invested in block sources, not in EOS mainnet, but in block sources that develop EOSIO. An investment in block one is the same as an investment in the value of a company that Block One develops and services will create.
Block One is now an EOSIO-based software or DAPP service developer that needs to make the product a success for investors, even if they want to increase their profits. Dan once said that he would do a level of marketing that he didn't see in the blockchain industry. But it's not about the EOS mainnet, it's going to be about marketing the DAPP they're going to make. And that DAPP will eventually be a project that will increase the value of the EOS mainnet. This is very important. Block One will upload its own adapter on the EOS mainnet, or on the EOSIO side chain, and show you the part about how large-scale daps, whether connected to the EOS mainnet or in any way, use block chains in any way. With all the blockchain developers focused on creating the mainnet, not just on the tap, Block One was able to focus on building the mainnet, leaving it to the community, and being able to get on top of it. June 1st may be announced directly or a road map may be unveiled, but I think it will be a day to see what they call the beginning of an enterprise-class tag.
Perhaps the above paragraph is hard to understand for those of you who don't understand the relationship between EOS mainnet and Block One, but Block One is cleverly taking the approach for EOS mainnet from its location.
EOS Before and After June
"We're on a sinking ship now, and without knowing that, it seems like only here is a party atmosphere."
At last December's meeting, some people asked me this question.
It could be a sinking ship, but if it survives without sinking, it will be EOS. I don't know if he's reading this right now, but during that time, EOS has made tremendous improvements and improvements, as I said earlier. Of course, it's a long way to go, but it's a quiet one amidst the roughness of the route.
The June event for Block One should be different from the previous N company rumors (a heaping created by the speculators' rumors) and the FOMO, which was inflated by excessive expectations just before the launch of the mainnet launch. We've had a lot of experience, and I think we've had enough time to see the essence between bubbles. Block One's June 1 announcement shouldn't trigger an FOMO of "Collaboration with Apple and so on" and be exploited by speculators to profit from the market. It is much more desirable for Block One to inwardly enjoy watching at the company's presentation level to develop its business based on EOSIO and discuss what economic and engineering dynamics it will have with EOS Mainnet.
I hope to see you for a long time. I hope you'll always be the Coriors who can see you for a long time because you're in real life. Time may be faster or more than you might expect, but I think EOS will go very far and high.
I'd like to make my personal predictions so that I won't be the FOMO for the month of June. The planned time was about three hours, and I and a lot of EOS Influents, BP, were invited to the event. Given the size of the main hall, we expect it to be a party in the form of a new product presentation.
* Release of Block One Family: Although it is expected that MEOS information, which is assumed to be SNS services, Dan's comments suggest that detailed information of each product will be released sequentially according to actual release.
* Block One VC and Partner Companies and Projects Disclosure: Personally, we see great potential. There are still unusually quiet teams among the teams that have announced their existing EOS-based products. The same goes for ZimbraX and also for recent SNS services such as Tapatalk. And there's a good chance that many of the projects invested by EOS VCs, especially the Galaxy Digital joint EOS VCs in Novograz, will be brought together and made public. If so, I'm curious about the part about GOOD MONEY, an EOS-based bank.
* Readers Sidechain Disclosure: This is in fact relevant to the reader's dab presentation, but there is a possibility that Block One may launch a sidechain to turn its own. In fact, it's highly likely that BP invited them to fill in, but the fact that they've been invited by a large number of BPs can infer the possibility that there's a block-one project that they need to know about.
* New Investment Announcement: It's always been done.
* Partnership Announcement: This is a block-one event that is not related to the EOS mainnet, so there is no big expectation.
Dan Larimer, who was quiet for a while, broke his silence and reappeared in the Telegram. And with information about Dan Larimer's various project schedules, which he had only mentioned as "Soon," Brendan Blummer tweaked it in person and didn't get a specific period of June.
Perhaps a lot of EOS investors have high expectations for the road map and the move that Block One will unveil in June. It's just me. So I'd like to spend some time trying to figure out what the events of June, or what Block One's intentions and interests are that hold the key keys to the policies.
# hints on governance where legal review is essential
In fact, Brendan Blummer said he would release the content at Block One's own governance meeting in the first quarter, but the details have yet to be released. There is not much that a block source can actually have direct influence on governance. Because EOS was launched by the community. Still, Brendan gave a nuance of "Documents are with Legal and are coming Soon." In fact, making any proposal is not grand enough to have a legal review. In other words, we can make a reasonable guess as to whether this issue is related to governance, which includes, for example, dividends and other securities-type assets, which must involve legal review.
For example, June is when one percent of Block One's 10 percent EOS token shares, or 10 million EOS tokens, are unlocked. In particular, Dan mentioned June 17 in the Telegram.
June 15, 2018 was the day when EOS Mainnet won 15% of the vote to become the main net launch. June 15th, 2019, is the weekend of the actual Sunday. So I think Block One set June 17, the normal business day, as the time to announce governance that will affect any EOS mainnet.
It's either a vote or a token of their own that can affect governance. What if Block One incinerates its 10 million EOS tokens? Or put that token in the EOS REX POOL? The code for the REX token will soon be adopted on the mainnet. However, even if REX exists today, the EOS assets in the fee pool of EOS Mainnet cannot affect REX. We need to vote to pass a proposal that reflects the EOS fee on REX, but it's back to However, if Block One throws an EOS token, which is also his asset, into REX POOL, the value of the REX token will rise. Therefore, the REX token exchange, which is supposed to be guaranteed for steaks and votes, will become active and naturally, the amount of EOS steaks and turnout will only increase. Of course this is just my guess. Even if this speculation is wrong, Block One is highly likely to use its EOS holdings as an incentive to adopt its own app. In fact, this speculation is based on Dan Larimer's comments that EOS free account creation support would be available at Block One Wallet.
# First, identity authentication protocol and SNS DAPP are highly likely to be released
Brendan has embedded a world class team that is preparing to make big moves in June.
Until we Launch our own world class large scale dapp it is diffident to generalize a solution.
Bitshares and steem enabled me to lean into build eos.
Now I need to build something bigger than Steel with Eosio so I can lean to generalize the sales of eosio.
Steem was a Hooge Lesson.
Unique identity would be game changer for us on stage.
Yeah. I think some distribution to unique people is key.
Side chains are Future.
Here's information about the Dapp, which is a significant part of what Dan said was the latest hints. It's about identity-based social networking services that have solutions that can help you avoid ad-hoc without difficulty. Yes, that’s right. It's about STEM 2. Block One is probably building EOS LIFE (Recognition Solution) and EOSIO-based STEM 2.0 as the first service to be introduced, as project names.
And it's going to be a worldwide service, and you can also infer from the concept of UBI (URI) that it has an organic service system that's designed to bring users into the EOS mainnet. So block One can have a marketing policy that allows identity theft to distribute a certain portion of the resources on the EOS mainnet to people who have become identity cards -- for example, in terms of revenue from mapping services owned by block One and EOS token. - This will enable the full user inflow of EOS Mainnet and contribute to the activation of STEM 2.0, an anti-above SNS service.
B1 has a solid vision for Future
The last year B1 has been adapting to the houge access we had with eos and a heating change inventory structure.
And all of this means that we have a roadmap that will evolve into a unicorn company in a new, sound blockchain-based business that is literally consistent with regulatory structures and government policies.
Of course all of my guesses may be wrong, but at least in June, I'm sure it's time for Block One, who's been so breathless, to finally reveal something. What can we face on June 17?
I feel that spring is coming little by little. Not only in the real world, but in the encryption money industry. The industry is changing between countless cryptocurrency speculators and scams, and the sarcastic and ridicule of indifferent people.
Samsung has a hardware key solution that features encryption keys on its smartphone handset, the Galaxy S10, which has many users worldwide, and information on Facebook and JP Morgan's Stable Token is becoming more and more realistic. This is not only a global bird, but also a change that happens in Korea. Clayton of Kakao, Linkchain of Line and Terra of Timon, a Korean staple token project, are also advancing at a rapid pace. In particular, Cosmi, an SNS-based cosmetics review service, is known to be included in Samsung's Galaxy S10 as a DAPAP, and as a small Korean startup, it has gained global attention at Krypto Thin. In many ways, the industry is likely to change.
Recently, comments made by Tesla and Space X CEO Elon Musk, who said "paper money is disappearing and encryption is a good way to deliver value," have resonated online and offline. This may be even more significant because it was the remarks of Elon Musk, founder of PayPal, who was the main player in the global remittance infrastructure during the real Internet boom. In addition, Jack City, the founder of Twitter, said he felt that Bitcoin would be the basic currency of the Internet.
The basis of what I think of as industrial development (innovation and adoption) is the transformation of infrastructure and awareness and popularization.
In the early days of cars, in the early days of illustrations, and in the early days of the Internet, perceptions have always been negative. We know throughout history that the "current" mainstreamers have always taken a critical, pessimistic stance on things unfamiliar, especially new ones that might threaten the existing order.
The cryptocurrency money industry, which has been explodingly booming over the past few years, has built up a global infrastructure: a distributed network of nodes, and an exchange that brokers nominal currency and cryptocurrency assets, even if it is rated as speculation. It's probably not the scale of what a particular company, organization, or country can do to build this infrastructure even with negative perceptions around the world.
And that's where we're going to be interested. As I mentioned earlier, a handful of companies that have seen the potential for this transnational infrastructure and encrypted money projects like the right EOS are adding to their technological growth. Perhaps projects that are well valued for their true infrastructure and usage at a time when most of the scams are gone can achieve tremendous growth through preoccupation and global attention. Maybe that's the point at which the sudden wave of "transformation of perception."
Similarly, at a time when infrastructure is built and awareness is changing, popularization, which we call Mass Adaptation, is going to be faster than we can imagine. Because we already know how the Internet and smartphones have changed the look of the industry and the value of the individual, and we know what the corner of the puzzle is.
We feel that blockchain is the next generation of networks that give greater power to the transparency of information and the "trust" based natural credit and personal value, and that it is the encryption currency that keeps the ecosystem alive. And we know that building the fastest-speed community based on infrastructure-conversion-mediation is an EOSIO-based project, and that the biggest outcome is the EOS Mainnet.
EOS Mainnet is still evolving faster than any other project. We're building our own base infrastructure more voluntarily than any other project, and we're seeing a lot of activity in the DAPP layer up there, and we're seeing governance-based user communities all over the world. I think EOS will be one of the few representative projects that will lead to the growth, not just a project benefiting from the worldwide growth of cryptocurrency.
Seeds that are hollowed out in the ground will grow luxuriantly as the frozen ground melts and the sun shines warm on the earth. I don't doubt that the people who discovered the most gemlike seeds in the world's changing world will be you and I who read
When the sun rises, we can be part of this journey towards the sun by Shaun.
Currently Mute One (MEET).ONE) The side chain has been officially launched. While Mee One recommends applying for an air grab through Mee One Wallet, even those who don't use Mee One's wallet use a scanner.ONE) You can air-grapk tokens in the sidechain.
You can apply for an air grab using the following procedure:
# One air grab method
1. Connect https://meetone.eosx.io/tools/contract (Explore and Wallet tools provided by EOS ASIA, EOS BP for EOS)
2. Login to EOSX via scanner with an unwon account applying for air grab
3. Enter airgrab.m in Search Contract and press Get Contract
4. Click the Open button in Choose An Action Name
5. Enter a blank account name in the owner and enter a blank account whose account name ends in .m linked to the scanner.
6. Enter 4MEETONE into symbol
7. Enter same blank account in ram_payer
8. Click Push Transaction
9. Completed when transaction occurs normally
# Coffee of the day
Market Lane Coffee
Guatemala Santa Clara 85%,
Etiopia Qilenso Guji Zone 15%
Australia's famous cafes and rosters, Market Lane Coffee, are now available in Korea.
This coffee was roasted on February 10th, and the medium roasting has been around for about two weeks, but it still has a good time to drink.
As the infrastructure of the world has developed, we can now get coffee from abroad in a week. From the United States of America's Intelligensia to the recent Blue Bottles, there's now an environment where you can have coffee abroad at your own
Espresso had to drink a cup of wisdom tooth and enjoy the rest of it as an iced Americano, but the flavor condensed in the clean cup stayed in the cup for a while.
Sometimes the name you call is important, but what's so important?Sometimes I want to say that.
It's about Long Black, an Australian-style Americano that's becoming the latest trend in coffee. This long black and Americano is actually coffee diluted with water at a concentration that is comfortable to drink espresso. So the difference between visual and concentration is not much different from the difference between the two.
But there are differences between professional baristas, or between maniacs, as are all human beings.
Depending on whether you put water first in a cup of well-drained espresso, or if you pour espresso in the water that you've followed, you can argue with pride about the name, and you can discuss the genealogy of Americano and Long Black, depending on how much water you put in.
If you're interested in how hot the definition of a cup of coffee can be, see the link below.
※ Source: Blackwater Issue - [Coffee Culture and Gossip] Long Black, Deep Misunderstanding of Americano (http://bwissue.com/coffeetopics/450468)
In fact, coffee is not that difficult. Of course, if you dig, the depth is enormous, but considering that we put all the strong and bland kimchi stew into the category of kimchi stew, it's coffee that you can drink according to your taste.
A glass of strong Americano pouring espresso shots onto the water is common and doesn't feel trendy anymore, and a strange Australian-style long black looks like something, and it's actually important to understand.
※ Correcting common sense of coffee
First, I don't know when to fix this, but many people think Crema is a coffee cream because of its name. In fact, the crayon that rises on the espresso shot is not the main ingredient in oil. It's easy to see if you think about what the building blocks of bubbles we call foam are. In fact, this is a misunderstanding from the marketing of a man named Gaggia, who created a "lever pressurized machine" that extracted espresso in a short period of time under intense pressure after World War II. Gachia's marketing of the foam on espresso, which was extracted, called "natural coffee cream," has left the foam layer mistaken for cream. In fact, 99 percent of baristas mistakenly believe that espresso's crayons are fat-soluble and lipid. In fact, Espresso itself is an emulsion state, a suspended solution in which oil is dispersed throughout the liquid, and this crayon is just a foam layer formed by the floating of carbon dioxide and the act of the surfactant active constituents and the combination of insoluble particles in the stabilization process.
Second, if you pour espresso shots into the water, you'll be rich because the crayons are rich, but in fact, because of the density difference, most of the shots fall under the water and gradually mix into convection. We just don't see coffee sinks because we're stuck in cranes.
It's actually fun to watch on video. : https://vimeo.com/115636755
Third, it's just an illusion that Crema is delicious. James Hoffman, who is already the head of the famous Lister Square Mile in London, England, and a former world barista champion, talked about it many years ago. "The posting online in 2009 under the name of trash 쓰레기 caused quite a stir, but since then, the actual baristas have largely abandoned the idea that the crayons themselves are delicious. Of course, there's also a case in which Nestle, a multinational company, has studied how Crema affects sensuality in coffee, but it doesn't mean that Crema itself is tasty. You'll know the taste better if you try a spoonful of crayons.
It's so beautiful if you just drink coffee. But there's no end to it if you want to know. Maybe that's why it's more attractive.
[INTERVIEW]Interview by Michael Phillips, Director of Coffee Culture, Bluebottle Coffee
※ I am sending you an interview with Michael Phillips, the director of the coffee culture at Blue Bottle regarding the contents of Korea's first direct blue-bottle store.
Blue Bottle Coffee Korea (bluebottle here) announced on the 17th that it will hold an "open house" to meet with local coffee professionals who will be joining the bluebottle in the run-up to its full-fledged advance into the Korean market. In preparation for the opening of its first store in the second quarter of 2019, the Blue Boat "Open House" will share its experience as a barista with the introduction of the brand, particularly by Michael Phillips, the world-renowned barista and director of coffee culture at its headquarters. Prior to the event, Blackwater Issue had an interview with Michael Phillips to talk about its entry into the local market.
1. What kind of role you're playing in the Blue Bottles.
From training responsibility to cafe operation responsibility, he has played many roles in the Blue Boat. Since this year, he has been acting as a cafe culture director. It plans and operates coffee education and master coffee classes across a variety of topics and contributes to increasing the influence of blue-boats through events held in the industry of Sanji Tours or Specialty Coffee. It is also still involved in the development of BluBottle's Brewing Setting and Training content, as well as cafe design and equipment.
I usually stay in Los Angeles, but I enjoy this job where I can meet the whole world. (Last year, I went on a business trip alone for more than 200 days.) I love this job of meeting many of the world's blue boat teams and experiencing various cities, and although I can only speak English, I think it is also a blessing to make many friends as a language.
1. This is the second overseas outlet after Japan. I wonder why I chose Korea.
This is why Koreans' passion for coffee culture and high standards are enough to choose Korea. Many of the really cool guests we've met in Blue Bottles in the United States and Japan for years have been Koreans. As South Korea has built a high reputation as a coffee consumer internationally, the Blue Boat wanted to have a chance to be part of the country's coffee industry and thought this was a good time.
2. Korea's specialty coffee market has grown a lot and it is also true that brands from abroad have contributed. I wonder if the performance of previous brands has worked as a positive sign.
It worked as a big meaning to the blue boat. At the time of opening to Japan for the first time, it was hard to measure our performance, but the results were amazing and learned a lot. I hope there will be a good response from Korea as well. We also expect to learn new ways of customer service from our experience in Korea, which will provide us with a wider view of coffee experience and customer service.
3. What is the difference between the Japanese and American special coffee industries? If there is something I felt while experiencing the markets of the two countries. What do you think about Korea?
The U.S. and Japan feel very different. Cafes in the U.S. are more casual and personal-oriented, and customers consider service speed very important. There are amazingly busy cafes in Japan, but they are very neat. Japanese guests at the Blue Bottles enjoy the experience of calmly observing Bruingba while waiting.
Through the insights gained through the cafe culture of the two countries, we have become a firmer and more substantial coffee company, but in the Korean market, we maintain the core values we have while meeting our guests without prejudice and listening to their opinions. I'm very interested in how guests enjoy and experience space. Bluebottle is a coffee company that only prepares products, designs, and staff, and thinks that when guests visit the store and interact with us, a new culture is really created.
[Localization, Quality Management]
1. The localization in Japan seems very successful. How the Localization of Korea
I will be able to have coffee experience that is clearly different from any other place in the world. As a blue-bottle coffee Korea, it will enter the market in person and all staff will be set up in Korea. Also, I will support various branches in Seoul that will be opened in the future as a roving facility and training lab, and my role is to ensure that the Blue Bottle successfully expresses its original form through the Korean run.
2. How do you maximize the advantages of local roasting and how do you put more weight on either quality control or localization?
In short, I would like to answer "balance." I think it is important for the team members to feel equally self-regulated and controlled in performing their work. But in it, you still have to create a blue-bottle look, feel and taste. I am sure that the Blue Bottles in Korea will also offer unique and wonderful experiences that can be felt in blue bots around the world, including San Francisco, New York and Tokyo. Without such conviction, it would not have even started.
3. What is the secret to maintaining consistency in a busy environment?
Bluebottle has clear standards for manual Brewing and extraction targets. The extraction process selects baristas through a rigorous training process that allows them to implement flow rate, time, pattern, weight, etc. at each stage, and provides baristas with coffee extraction strength and TDS target from the roasting stage. These efforts are contributing to the consistency of all the cups.
4. Bluebottle is also very famous for its attractive MD products. Are you planning a special product for Korea?
Sure. We are still working on an interesting MD product for the opening of Blue Bottled Coffee Korea. I hope you look forward to it.
1. We confirmed that we are selecting Korean employees on the Blue Bottles website. I need you to introduce me to the size and position of the recruitment scheduled for this year.
As you can see on the website, we are selecting people to perform various tasks. The range ranges from barista, roaster and plumage. The core competencies we require are complete customer service capabilities and commitment to developing coffee capacity. Of course, passion for coffee is essential.
2. As a native of barista, what is the focus of barista training?
The capabilities that barista has and needs to develop vary widely, but most importantly, the ability to give the customer the experience of feeling welcome. There is also a very focused view on extraction and latte art, and these efforts are all meaningless unless the cafe is clean or we know how satisfied the customers are.
3. What you expect from Blue Bottles Korea's employees,
I hope you pay attention to the details and greet all the guests. I also want you to be prepared to spend a great day.
1. I heard that you are preparing for an event in January in Korea.
Yes, I am preparing to introduce the company of Blue Bottles and how the cafe operates and what experience it has with us. I'm looking forward to meeting many people in Seoul. (Refer to links to articles related to the bottom of the interview)
2.Can you tell me in advance about the plans for the rosters and shops opening?
As you know, in the second quarter of this year, the company will open a rosters and cafes in Seongsu-dong. Please check our website and social media channels for further plans.
3. I will officially greet Korea for the first time on behalf of the Blue Boat. What do you want to tell me?
There are very few special coffee markets around the world that are as interesting as Korea. I can't wait to meet Korea and communicate with them.
4. Finally, I would like to say,
Seriously, I hope many of you find out what it means to work with us by making great coffee with us, treating our guests, and having unforgettable experiences.
※ Open house application: bit.ly/2RP4xse
I'm going to give you a new update on the blue boat in my last posting. I told you. Today, I'm going to give you the official news from Blue Boat Korea.
Blue Bottle Coffee Korea will hold an "Open House" for meetings with local coffee professionals who will be joining the Blue Bottles in the run-up to its entry into the Korean market. This is a preparation event ahead of the Blue Boat peak in the second quarter of this year, and Blue Boat's coffee culture director, Michael Phillips, will host the event in Korea. He's a friend in the picture, and he's aged a lot over the years.
Michael Phillips founded Handsome Coffee Losters with his colleagues in Barista, Intel-Licencia, U.S. and moved in with him when he was taken over by Blue Bottles. I visited Korea once. You know, I'm Charles Babinsky's senior in Intelligensia.
The event will cover a total of 2 sessions. It will be pre-subscribed online (first-come first-served by 40 people per session, application deadline: January 27) and final entries will be announced individually.
I'm sure Purple fans who like coffee have a lot of interest in blue-bottled coffee. If you're a fan of mania, I think it would be a great experience to participate in this event.
※ Bluebottle Korea Instagram @Bluebottlecoffee Korea
※ Application for participation in open house events: bit.ly/2RP4xse
Realization of the EOS-based DAC, "EVA taking the first step in the real economy model"
| Quebec gives green light to eval Uber: EVA https://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2019/01/11/la-caq-donne-le-feu-vert-a-un-rival-quebecois-duber
A few days ago, there was some interesting news for EVA, an EOS-based UBER model. The Canadian province of Quebec has approved EVA's service model to be legally regulated and serviced. It was interesting news when UBER-controlled transportation sharing systems around the world were at odds with traditional local transportation services, especially taxi services, and government regulations were strained.
It's a four-legged race, but now Canada and London are in the mood to properly regulate and incorporate UBER services into the system, and the underlying foundation for the new economic model of the fourth industrial age is gradually expanding. Of course, our country has a long way to go.
Quebec's service authorization for this EVA is not much different from UBER's. Like UBER, EVA must comply with regulations in various safety areas, such as driver training, criminal background checks, and vehicle safety checks, and also require some regular state reimbursement of revenue. In Australia, some of the proceeds from transportation sharing services are provided as a subsidy pool for traditional taxi drivers. At any rate, Quebec's Transport Minister said, 'The modernization of passenger transport services is the goal of the Quebec government, and the increase of options for ordinary passengers, as well as support for the Quebec-based start-ups.``I have added an additional explanation for the announcement.
In fact, the interesting part of the Minister's comments is this. "In addition, the operational model of EVA will add value to the pilot project." EVA is not just a typical UBER company. EVA is a kind of co-operative model, and we know it's called the DAC in EOS.
EVA actually makes the user have the same user experience as UBER. Based on FIat currency, which is called general legalization, we pay credit card and use the service. In general, it's hard for users to see that it's a blockchain-based service. However, it's been fun ever since. Because EVA is a service in the form of a DAC (Differentiated Local Autonomy), it returns some of the money paid to the user as well as to the driver.
As a result, all members of the ecosystem using EVA services become members of the EVA service, which can be used to allocate year-end revenues or to use them in the voting process through records and token shares left on the blockchain. It's interesting to note that Quebec's government understands this concept, and that this model itself can be the most common model that naturally melts into reality through an ideal blockchain implementation.
UBER drivers charge a 25% commission. EVA, on the other hand, has a 15 percent commission. On EVA models, 85% of each transaction is allocated to the driver, with the remainder divided into cooperative members, ecosystems and network maintenance groups. Drivers can generate more revenue from EVA than UBER. However, EVA adds a symbiotic model that allocates that 15% of revenue back to the entire ecosystem.
| EVA Information Note: https://medium.com/eosio/builtoneosio-canadas-eva-takes-ride-sharing-local-3b066bb7c140
Models such as UBER and AIRBNB do not actively distribute the profits the company earns to the region where the service eventually generates revenue. Looking at these multinationals from a so-called shared economy perspective, the revenue generated by the services is eventually taken out of the local market in the region. These companies erode a large share of the market share of their traditional business models, but their profits are reinvested in infrastructure expansion and capitalisation in other countries for the company's profits.
The model of EVA is quite ideal in this sense. Once the drivers reduce the broker's profits, they can generate more profits. However, consumers in the region also have the opportunity to become part of the cooperative through EVA services and generate revenue as part of the EVA ecosystem. So the ecosystem of the local market and the economic model of co-prosperity are built.
As EOS says, DAC is a concept in which both service providers and service users of the company's service ecosystem benefit from the service. As a result, as the company grows in value, so do the ecosystem participants. It's like the concept of securities. With security Token Offering (STO), interest is now growing in traditional companies, services, or approaches to securitizing goods.
Big exchanges such as NASDAQ and Coinbase in the U.S. are also preparing for an era when the boundaries between cryptocurrency and securities will be blurred through securitisation tokens. At the beginning of this transformation, startups like EVA are expected to grow rapidly through the philosophy of DAC and become a fun early model for translating the value of services into token values.
EVA expanded its service to Montreal in February and plans to launch a full version of the current beta version. This is the official position of the existing strongman, UBER, for the entry of such blockchain-based transportation-sharing startups into the system.
"We will be the independent of an additional option in shared mobility and will continue to offer an ever more reliable, safe and effective service to supply more and more Quebecers to keep the voices to themselves and hear that call."
What companies will emerge, how will they be reimbursed and appreciated?That's why we're excited about the success of EVA's DAC model.
In fact, perhaps the birth of these companies could lead to even greater change than the BAKKT, the ETF.
Almost a month of basic preparation for the EOS Repurrentum has been completed. EOS since December last year.The creation of an account for FORUM was difficult, but it was all finished and after a twists and turns in late December, EOS for running the community-on-demand Governance.The FORUM account has been successfully created.
EOSIO followed by today's EOS Mainnet community vote.FORUM Servant Execution has been completed with approval and execution of main BP, EOS.The FORUM account has the foundation on which Explicit can be executed. These two processes will enable the community to vote "referendum" in the future." What is this for those of you who aren't familiar with EOS? I'm sure many of you are wondering.
EOS Mainnet is the fastest growing public blockchain when it comes to governance, including blockchain operations-wide conflict of opinion and direction of development. Of course, we're experiencing growth, but after about half a year, it's the referrrendum tool that allows EOS holders to reflect their voting rights on the EOS mainnet.
In other words, it's a community vote (referrendum) that allows EOS holders to make decisions when the entire EOS community needs to change through a variety of EOS-related toolkits and block Explorer portals. Currently, EOS is on EOS Mainnet.The FORUM account has been created and executed, all the way up to the Explicit that can handle the on-demand process for referrals, so that as soon as the Proposal gets into the chain, we can vote on it through the following sites:
[EOS Mainnet Referenceum Voting Platform]
I don't know what suggestions will be made for the first time, but based on our community discussions, the following repertoires can be proposed:
1. Application of REX Code for Free Marketing of EOS Mainnet Computing Resources
2. Large EOS hard fork updates mentioned by Dan Larimer (can be replaced by BP approval depending on the size and level of the hard fork)
3. Adoption of Constitution No. 1 of EOS Mainnet (currently 0 temporary constitution status)
4. Other codes, such as one-vote switch to a voting system, and the agenda for the vote compensation, etc. that are being discussed recently.
I don't know which offer will be the first, but now EOS holders have the right to participate directly in EOS governance as well as BP voting. And this is where the consensus of a very large community is needed, so the voting process to be It's very tight. While this is not without much change, the following process of voting approval has been proposed so far:
This Constituency and its subcommandate documents should not be included by a lot of the extended holders with no less than 15% vote partiality among Tokens and no fewder than 10% more Yoes than none, 30% more than that.
As part of the Constitution No. 0 of EOS, at least 15% of the total tokens must be included in the vote, and at least 10% of the number of yes votes in each proposal must be maintained for 30 consecutive days from the date of the initial proposal for 120 days. If this condition is met, the corresponding Explicit will be executed by the Mainnet BP.
For now, Resource Exchange (REX) is likely to be the first to be on the agenda for a community vote. At that time, the EOS community will have to vote in a desirable direction for the EOS ecosystem. It's probably the largest, on-demand process in blockchain history, following a vote to launch an EOS. Now the dice are thrown. It is time for the EOS to gather the power of the global EOS community to use and develop the Pandora's box of referrals.
※ A general community vote is held on January 12, 2019 Korean time. Let's all join us. ^^
Block One CEO Brendan Blummer had a serious discussion with many community members throughout the night. His words as head of Block One also suggest that Block One is struggling with governance, the main EOS chain, and development. They are largely divided into sections on Q&A and parts on Brendan's personal thoughts.
- Why? Are you trying to make a difference in the way you vote in the early days?
> Block One now has a much larger team of experts who deal with real data over and over again.
- Dan said early, unlimited voting should be possible. Has he changed his mind?
Yes, Dan is also participating in the Governance Conference. He is focusing on our upcoming product.
- What do you think of a rotation or a standby BP compensation mechanism?
Too much value is being distributed to BP that doesn't make blocks.
- When will the new roadmap be unveiled?
> Like most large organizations (companies), it will be released when it is ready. Do you have a roadmap that can be shared by Apple?
- When will B1 Wallet be released?
> It's now in finishing mode, and it's more than Wal I want to announce this quarter, but as I said earlier, I'm focusing on a much bigger plan than what's in sight. I'm sure people are willing to wait.
- Resource leasing is already possible without REX.
> REX has more than just a function to encourage voting. We are planning to give voters more value in a way that is different from just how they lease resources.
- It is also important for B1 (block members) to communicate with members of the community who trust it.
> I recently expanded Block One's communication team to communicate in various languages and started hiring.
- What improvements do you have in the ECAF case?
> Arbitration process should not be a base layer.
- Block One won't make an offer to make the rich richer, and offer a proposal that can be more prosperous than temporary holders who don't steak.
- My expectations for EOS are high. I am very optimistic about the direction of the current EOS.
- Block One will now recommend increasing the length of the steak. At first, they kept their stay short because there was no compensation cost for voters to vote.
5) No BP should vote without investigation for the purpose of borrowing resources from developers to make profits.
- I (Brendan Blummer) live in Hong Kong, but I am now in Virginia with Dan and US engineers.
Brendan Blumer, CEO of Block One, the developer of EOSIO, spoke to community members on the Telegram Channel ( https://t.me/EOS_v2) to discuss suggestions for future direction. He said several changes to EOS will make the ecosystem more attractive to token holders, both large and small, and ultimately, keeping the network healthy will make a bigger pie and increase profits.
Block One added that he has been carefully monitoring the EOS mainnet for the past six months and is confident that the relatively simple changes will allow him to get ahead of other protocols. Brendan Blummer's conversation points are as follows:
Brendan Blumer Key Message Summary
- The WPS system should be abolished. If not properly used, 4 percent inflation affects the value of tokens.
- WPS systems should not be base layers and UBIs should not be base layers.
- Protocols that are experimental or do not have a justification should not be implemented at the core base layer.
- UBI will be the world's No. 1 customer acquisition strategy, and all new businesses will have to consider this.
- In order to prevent market manipulation, fees are inevitable (as if meaning fees for network infrastructure transactions) and should be incinerated or distributed to voters.
- The part about voting dividend is free from the threat of securities token as a result of legal review to date.
- We maintain a close legal partnership and involve a number of senior internal legal resources and a number of top law firms in the review.
- The 1:30 vote was efficient at the moment, but there was a problem of compromise. It should be changed to 1:1 token-vote mode. This voting method will bring about great progress.
- REXs should be introduced after this voting system is applied.
- Block One will soon announce a proposal for a new EOS mainnet, and implementation will depend on the community.
- We have watched the EOS Mainnet carefully for the past six months. A relatively simple change would put all protocols ahead.
- B1 Wallet is currently trimming and preparing for release considering legal and marketing aspects as well.It may be released in the first quarter, but no exact timeline has been set.
- One of the products B1 is focusing on is related to the part to solve the world's big problems.
EOSIO is strictly pro-imperial, software infrastructure for pro-industrialization
Block for a few days.One CEO Brendan Blumer is posting a significant amount of tweets. Today we replaced the main tweet that we haven't changed. I'd like to take a moment to write down the contents of the tweet and the direction of the block circle.
The certificate ground for mainstream #blockchain innovation is found by bridge #government and #crypto systems. There, innovation will flow without convert and with unsolved momentum.
The soft soil for innovation in the mainstream blockchain will be found through links between the government and the cryptocurrency ecosystem. And the innovation will flourish without concern with the momentum that has never been passed on.
In short, this is what I'm going to say.
As you know, EOSIO Code is a company that aims to be a mainstream company, with excellent performance, with a community, with a deep pro-system and pro-industrial software. Block.One) has already informed us of the acquisition of financial, legal, and other industrial giants through its main website, which is not just an approach to take a part in the boom of the Krypto ecosystem, but a direction to establish itself as a company to settle in the cryptocurrency, blockchain industry for a long period of time and to lead blockchain technology.
EOSIO continues to be a number of chains, and the community-generated EOS Mainnet is also the blockchain that hopes to be the most successful as a block source. This can also be read well through Brendan Blomer's tweet: Block One is EOSIO's developer and refuses to comment on its direct relationship with EOS Mainnet based on various legal considerations, but Brendan likes to refer to EOS Mainnet as a #EOS tag and is quite interested in EOS Mainnet's governance.
As an EOSIO developer, for Block One, the EOS Mainnet is more like a typical Persona. The massive adoption of EOSIO requires an attractive icon that is actually used because it is also the EOS Mainnet. So one of the most representative milestones in Block One's roadmap, which we say cannot be revealed in detail for strategic reasons with our partners, will be the success of EOS Mainnet. The success of EOS Mainnet can be achieved through the efforts of block one and more to deliver services, following various procedures to suit various regulations, such as Brendan Blumer's tweets.
"Lawyers slow everything down, gdpr well."
Block One's CTO, Dan Larimer, also said in a telegram that Block One's Wallet development was following legal counsel, and explained that he was also very concerned with the European Privacy Act (GDPR). As such, we are working on various projects to thoroughly examine institutional regulations and create a basic SW that can be reborn as a public blockchain of pro-government rights.
If the infrastructure of the blockchain and its technical skills and applications can be properly assessed (perhaps this year is the quarter point), the EOSIO-based blockchain will probably be able to use the legitimacy of institutional regulation to bring about a real Mass Adaptation of its performance and community.
It was the direction of EOSIO that I read from Brendan's main tweet that changed after a long time.
지난주 주문한 부산에 위치한 베르크 커피(Werk)의 케냐 기티투 원두를 에스프레소로 한잔 내려 마십니다. 베르크 커피(Werk) 로스터스는 다이렉트 트레이딩 기반의 생두(Grenn bean)수급으로 국내에서 일찍부터 뿌리내린 부산 온천장 모모스 커피(MOMOS)의 로스터 출신인 박현동 로스터가 동료들과 함께 창업한 부산의 커피 로스터이자 카페입니다.
독특한 카페의 이미지와 공간감으로 많은 인스타그램 인플런서들의 핫플로 자리잡기도 했죠. (로스터가 미남의 훈훈한 청년이란 점도 매력적인 부분 중 하나이기도 합니다.) Werk는 독일어로 사람들의 작업물 따위를 일컫는 용어라고 하네요. 베르크는 이미지에 많은 신경을 썼습니다. 아방가르드한 엽서와 커피 정보 페이퍼는 항상 저렇게 클립으로 고정되어 판매됩니다.
여튼 인터넷으로 주문한 베르크의 커피 중 하나인 케냐 기티투 커피를 에스프레소로 한잔 내려서 마셔봅니다. 커피에 적힌 외계어 같은 글들은 사실 그리 어렵지 않은 정보들을 담고 있습니다. 최근 트렌드는 대부분 대륙이나 지역 명칭, 농장 명칭 등을 순서대로 기입합니다. 때에 따라서 생두의 등급을 함께 표기하는 경우도 있구요.
이번 커피는 케냐에서 재배되었고, 니에리 지역의 소규모 커피 경작농들이 기티투 가공소에서 처리된 커피들입니다. 차후에 커피 이야기를 좀 더 할 경우가 있겠지만, 가공 방식(프로세싱)에 따라 커피 맛들의 차이가 명확하리만큼 큽니다. 또 국가별로 개성있는 가공 방식들을 선보이기도하죠. 이번의 기티투 커피는 워시드(Washed) 방식이라는 프로세싱으로 물을 사용해 커피 체리의 점액질을 제거하고 가공하는 방식으로 클린한 커피 맛을 자아내는데 유리합니다.
베르크에서 염두한 컵 프로파일은 "자몽","블랙티","쥬시"의 단어로 요약됩니다. 실제로 마셔봐도 고급 케냐 커피의 특징이기도 한 굵직한 선을 가진 신맛과 함께 쥬시하고 약간은 드라이한 느낌의 피니쉬가 컵 프로파일과 일맥상통합니다.
볶지 않은 생두 상태의 커피들은 실제로 다양한 잠재력을 가지고 있습니다. 사람의 생김새가 다르듯 커피들도 재배 지역과 품종, 가공 방식에 따라 서로 다른 맛들을 자아내는데, 커피를 볶는 로스터들은 커피가 가진 재능 중에 어떤 것을 어떻게 발현시켜 낼 지를 고민하는 이들입니다. 베르크에서는 전반적으로 화사하면서도 밸런스 있고 마시기 편한 로스팅으로 케냐 기티투를 표현하려 한 듯 하고 이는 꽤 성공적입니다.
아, 저는 블록체인 만큼이나 커피에 미쳐있습니다.
※ 한국의 대표 온라인 커피 미디어 블랙워터이슈(@blackwaterissue)와 대한민국 최초 스페셜티 커피 온라인 편집샵 http://bwport.com을 운영 중입니다.
Blue Bottle's launching in Korea, and its expectations.
The growth of the famous San Francisco local roaster, the Blue Bottles, is actually quite unexpected. It took more than five years for the Blue Bottles to achieve its current reputation, and in fact, it's not too much to say that there's a lot of interest in the investment and media of various venture capital, along with a variety of Google ventures.
In 2011, when I first came across blue-bottled coffee -- personally more used to reading it as a blue-bottled coffee -- it was actually just one of the third wave of small rosters floating in the San Francisco area.
If you think of the blue boat, it's actually hard to predict that it's going to grow on such a large scale among the various indie and micro rosters that were hot. The success of the blue-bottles certainly can't focus on "coffee," given the current status of San Francisco Bay Airier's Barefoot Coffee and Ritual Coffee, which was on par at the time.
I don't think the story of Freeman, the current CEO who was selling his own roasting coffee in the Flea Market, has led to this success. Personally, I feel that there are a lot of circumstances and investment background behind that success and I want to appreciate it very much. But in fact, what I'd like to say with this is not the content of that "success" aspect.
The year 2011, when I first encountered the coffee of the Blue Bottles, was when Stumptown, Intensencia and Counseling Coffee, the top three U.S. rosters, led the revival of the Specialty Coffee Market, and they were gaining explosive interest.
Already these major coffee rosters were speeding up their success, and the coffee of those days was loved by many enthusiasts for its excellent quality. (Actually, Charles Babinsky of Intelligensia was now famous in Korea, and Michael Phillips, the champion from Intelligencia who founded Handsome Coffee, moved to the Blue Bottles with Handsome Coffee being acquired by the Blue Bottles.)
The Blue Bottles of the day weren't the rosters that had a very high quality coffee compared to these various specialty coffee roasters. It wasn't really good quality, it was a brand that grew a little bit with more consumer-friendly naming and neat, simple branding.
Although the quality of coffee was not that special, with some fresh attempts and faithfully mined brand images, the Blue Bottle gradually announced its name, eventually leading to a successful investment attraction and a leap into a bigger brand.
Personally, I think the reason behind the biggest success of BlueBottles was the popularization of the image of "Specialty Coffee." Already, hipster coffee culture took the lead in the speciality coffee scene at the time, but it was closer to the culture of coffee enthusiasts and closer to their own festivals.
Bluebot was a relative latecomer, but he made these specialties into friendly images and approached the public. On their way to work, instead of buying Starbucks coffee, they lined up to take out blue-bottle coffee, and they melted a good image of coffee into the brand without making the high-end coffee image too "Geek" with the image that was not excessive and refined.
The opening of Japan's Blue Bottles Kiyozumi branch, and leading the Japanese to buy coffee in a row, probably because it was known as a cafe where they should have had a drink at least once with this image of "good coffee."
The coffee in the blue boat is not very special. It's in the middle of a coffee-loving group of enthusiasts and lovers who deliver the category of "Specialty Coffee" to the public in a comfortable and moderately high-quality manner. In fact, there are already lots of rosters and cafes in Korea that offer good specialties, and it is wrong to think that this place offers coffee that is not as good as blue-bottle coffee.
With countless rumors revealed that the Korean branch of Blue Boat will open in Seongsu-dong in the first half of 2019, the expectations of Korean coffee lovers are growing more and more, but that's where I'm going to put my hopes on the Korean launch of Blue Boat. Based on the "good universality of specialty coffee for everyone to enjoy at all costs," we hope that the speciality coffee will not be left as a unique culture for the enthusiasts. It's going to be a huge influence just to get everyone to try it and break the prejudices of their coffee.
Even though we are still talking about sour coffee, we are now letting the public have an open mind that is not heterosexual and acceptable at least once. Also, coffee has a lot of diversity. I think it's the biggest gift that the blue boat can give to the Korean coffee public.
If the Blue Bottles are successful in Korea, then many special coffee roasters and cafes in Korea should also be noticed by the public.
I hope that the Korean launch of Blue Bottles will be an opportunity to realize that there were already many good coffee-making places in Korea. In fact, that's because the bluebottle was the biggest benefit from a variety of major specialty coffee brands in the United States.
Maybe if you're lucky, you'll be the first to tell me the exact story of the blue boat in Korea.
The year 2018 has come to an end, which has been very hectic. As I was trying to write an article that organized the year, I wanted to change my mind and have a more hopeful story at the start of the new 365 days, so I sat in front of the monitor on January 1, 2019.
In fact, there's not much more difficult than to predict something and be sure of something. In an age of deluge of information full of distrust and misjudgment, judgment is a big risk. Nevertheless, it has been living in an ecosystem called EOS since the birth of the main net.As I watch the process together, there is a community that still remains a participant in the EOS ecosystem, so I think we can at least have a positive and optimistic outlook on EOS.
In a blockchain ecosystem that has a kind of "movement" personality, the community is actually all about blockchain. The community does not refer to the online forum culture, but rather to a large cluster of developers, investors, block members and users, all represented by something that can be called "value" as a result of their efforts and evaluations added to the blockchain.
Until the end of the year 2018, the EOS ecosystem had been adding technologies and expanding ecosystems with faster speed and community attention than any other blockchain. I think that EOS, which started at zero, has shown the potential for more than half a year of proof of existence. Some have said that Mainnet won't be born, and others say that the BP's collusion will make EOS a chain that nobody uses. There was also a pessimistic report on EOS, which was directly executed by other competing blocs. Also, the false FUD that Dan Larimer was about to launch a new project and leave EOS has stirred public opinion.
Nevertheless, the community that had watched EOS from the sidelines was able to see what was true and tell the truth among false stories. Even when most of them were threatened by the FUD, they could not be shaken because there was a community that supported the EOS. The people who understand EOS better than anyone else are the ones who always live closest to being part of the EOS ecosystem, so the value of EOS can only be seen by those who understand it.
It was the year of 2018 when numerous blockchain projects disappeared like a handful of dust in the wind. It was also a time for many Dapp projects to see if the blockchain platforms they were trying to take root were disappearing or unusable. The EOS spent the same amount of time on building a robust community for everyone, and now many blockchain dAPPs have become a blockchain platform for migration.
It'll be faster in 2019. Service is ultimately a reputation, and if it's like a drug, it's spread without sound. EOS is a platform for these beneficial services. 2019 will be the year when existing blockchain related to large companies such as Link and Clayton struggle to attract users, while EOS is likely to become a huge, global, adaptable platform, away from links that engage in small, local-based dAPP services and fight for small pies.
In 2018, EOS is the most dedicated project to form a global community, and since it is a blockchain project created by communities around the world, the community's power is stronger than any other local blockchain community.
If you get a useful dAPP, and if you have the power to grow really destructive, then naturally, dAPP will find the biggest community. While there are so many EOSIO-based blockchain with EOS, the originality is ultimately attributed to community size. To date, no EOSIO fork chain has been clearly distinguished as a platform chain such as EOS. That's the power of the community and the part that we can't imitate with code replication. We need to solidify our ecosystem so that EOS can be an attractive blockchain for that kind of dAPP to match
The EOS dAPP ecosystem is already the largest. EOS users are already well-trained, capable embodiments of the value of an inherent network that is difficult, such as understanding blockchain network resources, but essential. An understanding of the use of these resources may be unnecessary for end users, but having this much pool of high-end users is a tremendous asset to make them understand voluntarily. With this understanding, there will be EOS holders who have the ability to participate in the right developments and EOS governance in the future.
The blockchain with this great community has to grow. And it has to grow.
As other blockchain pondering for its vain whitepaper and pre-implementation technology, the EOS ecosystem is probably expanding faster to the most mature technology pool, user pool, and robust communities. A few times more difficult than technology's scalability is community expansion.
We live in a difficult time to judge, but when we look for hard evidence, faith can be solidified. Maybe it's not all about technology and the community. I hope 2019 will be the year when EOS will shine under the name of community.
I'm going to read a variety of articles and give thanks to the new viewers. It's fun to click the button, drag the ink, and make recommendations. It's also fun to think about how much fun people who watch it will be. What a strange situation, isn't it?
Noblesse Oblige is a fun place to be happy enough to share an ink (INK) that doesn't dry out with a lot of people without the need for grand modifiers or aristocratic status.
Now, we can't logically list the pros and cons of this platform just two days after it's been encountered, but given the biggest differentiation from traditional blockchain-based services, I think we can talk about this with confidence. It's a service that's close to a blockchain.
As many of you already know, there's already a pretty famous blockchain-based social networking service called Stemit. But in the case of Stimit, the majority of the articles are part of the subject of encoding. This is largely related to the fact that most users of Stimit are cryptographic currency early adopters who have understood the system since the time when the location of the cryptocurrency is smaller than it is now. Most users of Stimit have access to Stimit ecosystems with the keywords of cryptocurrency, blockchain, and they're growing them. There is a flood of high-quality blockchain, encrypted currency messages, but this is partly a hurdle to the expansion of the SNS ecosystem. That's why colorful, colorless paper is more suitable for painting than fancy patterns and colors.
It's a content platform that's like a picture paper. Think about it. Imaging via Instagram and YouTube is key to Publicity, but in fact, only a small percentage of these platforms are talking about cryptocurrency currency. This allows for a wide variety of content to be published in a publishing house, regardless of subject matter, as it is today. In addition, the entry barrier to Publicito is very low. The process of creating and importing accounts in a public library is really simple for those familiar with SNS, even if they don't have a basic knowledge of cryptocurrency.
The services that people use together should be easy, and they should be able to adapt and fit in. As more people grow, more content increases, more people gather. And when people get together, they become valuable and they create an economic structure. What will I be doing in blockchain?This is why I always say SNS service without worrying about the question.
Publicity has gathered basic advantages such as UX/UI of Medium, Medium, and torque-nomics, and in the concept of a variety of channels, it shows the potential for development as a distributed flip-board service. Perhaps as the content of endless fields builds up, the content of everyday areas as well as the advanced content of specialized fields will be published, increasing the value of the platform. But what's still important is people.
What makes the publishing platform worthwhile is content, because it's up to the people who end up completing the Publicito's token documentary through content and social networking. Having a more thriving content jungle creates more attractions and food. So there's a whole lot more and more pictures, and the writing, and the video and the music are going to have to be distributed and added to the value of the Publicity as a hub.
Before blockchain and cryptocurrency cover the light, I hope you will become an organic social networking platform with a variety of content and contexts intertwined. It's probably not hard. You just have to enjoy the publishing philosophy of reading, communicating, and appreciating things.
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Even though it is only Instagram's posting head, writing on the Publicito is considered fun. Perhaps one of the big reasons is the excitingness that comes from the adventurous position of being a quick participant in a service that is still extremely early, and the other is that of course, writing and my time on a publicist come back as a reward.
Stimit has been used for a long time, but in fact, Stimit couldn't be an early participant. Therefore, the service was not able to voice active voice in the process of development and improvement, and it was more likely that it could not be reflected, but the shortcomings and weaknesses of the service were visible, but were they forced to give up half and use it?
Publicity may not be perfect from the beginning, but for now, I felt like a team that was really ready to actively collect suggestions from users. What's more, Korean-based services? Although it is basically a publicist who advocates global services, the Korean community feels that it is already well-organized. The efforts of Korean Publishers Evangelist may have played a major role in the CBT process before OBT launch, and it is also true that familiar Korean postings in feed also give psychological comfort.
In Social Network Service, human relationships are assets. In other words, managing and communicating networking is also an asset for content platforms such as Stimit and Publicito. Therefore, all the activities of posting, reading, clicking the Thanks, and posting comments through the Publicito platform raise my own value while also raising the value of my assets. If I increase both the quality of the content and the value of my personal network through various criteria and contributions to the compensation of various contents, it is clear that the reward will be as big as the time I invested in the Publicity.
I dream of a day when I subscribe to Publicito every day, look at various topics, and communicate with them.
And perhaps because there's a belief that it's possible, so Publicito might be more interesting.
EOS-based content platform PUBLYTO has been launched.
In fact, as an EOS holder, the burning thirst for EOS-based services is a drought-prone service.
We still don't have our own publishing function, but we're going to roll our heads a little and use it as a writing tool.
To do this, we created another Instagram account. We upload and import photos that would suit the title image of what we'd like to write on our public website. And then you write whatever you want to write on the Publicity Award.
When you do this, you can't type tags such as inserting images into your body or embellishing your characters, but the essence of being able to write whatever you want is unchanged. It's the text that matters.
It seems to work well anyway. At the PUB TOKK that we've been stacking at this time, the ink will be charged, and we'll be able to vote on good articles and content.
As a single person who loves Steam (STEM), I hope that Publicito will grow as well as Steam. There is a belief that the Publicito will be able to complete the profitable token economy structure that the Steam didn't complete.
There's still a lot of things I want to do because the Publicity is a beta version, but I'll cover that in the next post. First of all, Publicito's first impression is quite abiding. Inks are deducted whenever you use them, which is also a wake-up call to the correct thank you.
Perhaps if we have our own content platform features such as medium and brunch in the future, we'll be able to show even greater promise. I hope you'll be a great platform to dispel the perception that writing is a no-money act.
Ah! Nice to meet you, Comrade Publicito.:)
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