What is EOS?
EOS (EOS) introduces a blockchain architecture designed to enable vertical and horizontal scaling of decentralized applications with the potential to scale to millions of transactions per second. EOS aims to provide decentralized application hosting, smart contract capability and decentralized storage enterprise solutions that solve the scalability issues of blockchains like Ethereum or Bitcoin. The EOSIO platform achieves this by being able to run on multiple computer cores and use delegated proof-of-stake (POS) for its consensus protocol. EOS aims to be the first decentralized operating system (EOSIO) that provides a development environment for decentralized applications like Steem. The EOS token is a utility token that provides both bandwidth and storage on the blockchain. EOS tokens also allow owners to cast votes and participate in the on-chain governance of the blockchain in proportion to the owner's stake. Learn more about EOS including, how to buy or store EOS. Browse the latest in EOS news from trusted local and international sources.
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