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I've decided to build a website that will display chain metrics as it relates to EOSIO. I am thinking of integrating with Scatter.

My initial ideas are to show:

  1. Cost Per Byte of RAM currently and historically
    • Buy/Sell RAM using Scatter
  2. Min/AVG/Max CPU & Bandwidth Achievable per EOS token
    • Stake then buy/sell CPU/Bandwidth using Scatter
  3. Current highest bidding namespace suffix (also show historically what has won)
    • Ability to vote on premium names with Scatter
    • Show historical namespace auctions
    • Explorer for claimed/unclaimed suffix's (Lau)
  4. Cost Calculators (if you have an idea for one, please share!)
    • For creating account (Lau)
  5. BP Voting Data
    • Perhaps include total EOS income per producer
    • Other public info such as: (hardware, website..)
    • How Long BP has been active (TeeAttack42)
    • How many DPoS turns missed (TeeAttack42)
    • Voting history (for freezing accounts, protocol/constitution changes, account code change) (TeeAttack42)
    • Let me know what other voting metrics/information would be helpful
  6. EOS Storage stats once available (TeeAttack42)

If you have any additional ideas, please share them below!

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Great idea, I would love to use that. If you need any help, I may use some spare time to participate.

in addition to 5. voting:

  • stats for BPs (e.g. how long have they have been active as BP, missed DPoS turns etc.)
  • history of voting for freezing accounts, change account code, protocol/constitution changes

8) When added to EOSIO, information about EOS Storage and IPFS, maybe some explorer tool

  • Thank you for those additions and willingness to contribute! I tagged your ideas as well. I'm likely going to boil this list down before starting, but I want it to be a good start and representative of what developers could actually use. – Nat Jun 11 '18 at 14:37
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Just a quick shot:

  1. Search for blocked/still available names and namespaces like it's done when buying an domain online
  2. Cost calculator for creating an account
  • Thank you for that. I like the idea of being able to search for a name like a domain name. I've added your comments! – Nat Jun 11 '18 at 19:41

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