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Demux is intended for use when there is s lot of data that you want to save to the blockchain but not necessarily to RAM. RAM is an expensive resource and only needed if the dApp needs access to the data. Historical data is saved on disk in the blockchain log files and demux captures it to a database of your choosing. Then you have the convenience of a ...


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This issue has always been a tricky one, I believe steemit stores all the data on the block(which is insane if you consider the EOS ram prices). It is especially annoying for the second point that you make. I still don't think the current EOS is very user-friendly for new users at this point. In my experience, some sort-of hybrid with IPFS is probably the ...


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You may want to check out NoteChain, which is Block.one's note taking application that they use as an example project for dApp developers to use as boilerplate: NoteChain demonstrates the eosio platform running a blockchain as a local single node test net with a simple DApp, NoteChain. NoteChain allows users to create and update notes. ... The ...


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