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TokenGazer [EOS] Rating: 4.5, Indicator Trend: Underperform | Updated November 27, 2018
The target of the EOS project is to become the strongest infrastructure for decentralized applications, aiming at millions of transactions per second (TPS), no fees. The highest TPS on current EOS network is 3996, and the highest TPS of ETH is currently only a few dozen. TokenGazer believes that the EOS governance model is not conducive to long-term development, and ecosystem construction lacks a benign core application. The proportion of long-term market capitalization has a downward trend.
EOS - Analysis & Research report - CoinCheckup.com
Algo. score rating 3.8/5 (#97) 100% Open channels 31% Team Strength 93% Product Strength 83% Coin strength 50% Business strength 90% Brand awareness See attached PDF Analysis & Research report for more details. See https://coincheckup.com/coins/eos for the most detailed data available on Ethereum.
EOS Qualification: Aa, Risk: Low.
Ratings Overview Qualification Summary: Aa • Community is strong and mature. Community management will rely less on Dan Larimer and Block.one and will focus more on the development of REX (Resource Exchange) and IBC (Inter- Blockchain Communication). • Functionalities are comprehensive. Wallet, smart contract and explorer are well developed. Long-term security of the system remains to be tested. • Ecosystem is expanding. The number of DApps and users keeps growing. Risk Summary: Low • Supported by most exchanges, including Binance, Bithumb, and Bitfinex. • The potential threat posed by Dan Larimer’s instability is diminishing. The development of EOS is gradually being taken over by the community. • Most of the DApps built on the EOS blockchain fall into a single category and the current TPS is still far lower than planned. • Only a small portion of EOS holders are engaged in the voting process.
EOS - More Scalability, Flexibility and Usability for dApps
EOS is a decentralized system that want to empower dApp developers offering more scalability, flexibility, and usability than other existing blockchain projects. From the early ICO stages, the project looked to be quite promising, as such projects very often turn out to be successful. They don't focus on any service in particular, but offer a base for new projects to be built on. EOS wants to develop "the most powerful infrastructure for decentralized applications", which means they will compete against Ethereum, which is already very well established on the cryptocurrency market.
EOS - dApp and Smart Contract Platform
EOS, by block.one, is a platform similar to Ethereum in that it enables the development of dApps and smart contracts, but highly focused on speed, scalability and user experience. Beyond that, it complete operating system for decentralized applications. This services like user authentication, storage, and hosting.
EOS - Decentralize Everything
EOS.IO is software that introduces a blockchain architecture designed to enable vertical and horizontal scaling of decentralized applications (the “EOS.IO Software”). This is achieved through an operating system-like construct upon which applications can be built. The software provides accounts, authentication, databases, asynchronous communication and the scheduling of applications across multiple CPU cores and/or clusters. The resulting technology is a blockchain architecture that has the potential to scale to millions of transactions per second, eliminates user fees and allows for quick and easy deployment of decentralized applications.
EOS Review by Coindaily
EOS (Enterprise Operation System) is a brand-new smart contract platform based on blockchain technology whose development is led by Block.one Company, designed to provide low-level blockchain platform services for high-performance distributed applications. The goal of EOS project is to create an OS-like architecture upon which decentralized applications can be built. The software provides accounts, authentication, databases, asynchronous communication and the scheduling of applications across multiple CPU cores and/or clusters. The resulting technology is a blockchain architecture that has the potential to scale to millions of transactions per second, eliminates user fees and allows for quick and easy deployment of decentralized applications.
EOS Rating Report
TokenInsight affirms EOS at ‘BBB’ with positive outlook.
EOS: The Next Generation "Smart" Blockchain
EOS is another cryptocurrency project by seasoned figure, Dan Larimer. Dan has previously founded projects including Steemit and Bitshares. EOS has completed one of the largest ICOs in recent history that has raised funds from a number of institutional investors in the cryptocurrency space. The project has also been marred with growing pains as it has rolled out initial versions of its blockchain. EOS is trying to develop the next generation blockchain (blockchain v3.0). Like Ethereum, it will allow for smart contract development on its blockchain where developers can build decentralised applications (dApps). Unlike Ethereum, EOS uses a Delegated Proof of Stake (dPoS) consensus algorithm. This will help EOS deal with governance issues that have plagued numerous other blockchains. This governance structure will rely on what are called "block producers" which are the decentralised governing agents behind the EOS blockchain. EOS hopes to take on other smart contract including Ethereum's and claims that it will be able to process millions of transactions per second. Moreover, given the dPoS method of consensus, EOS hopes that it can comfortably overcome any potential issues around scaling. The token started out as an ERC 20 as it raised its funding through the Ethereum blockchain. By some estimates through private funding and the ICO, EOS was able to raise over $1bn. There are competitors to the EOS blockchain including Cardano (ADA) and of course a new and improved Ethereum blockchain (post Casper). The tokens are extremely liquid and the volume to market cap is reasonable. There have been concerns around centralisation in the hands of block one developers though.