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Can I still trade existing EOS on Binance after Launch Day?

Binance has confirmed support of the token registration for it's users, so for that reason you can leave them on the exchange safely and still be credited with the official EOS coin when it launches. ...
altShiftDev's user avatar
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5 votes

Is there a math error in Bancor paper?

The forumula is ambiguous over "when" in time you read the balance (before or after). For all of my testing I was never able to get the paper's formula to work without giving profits to users.
bytemaster's user avatar
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4 votes
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Is there a math error in Bancor paper?

After considerable thought and discussions with other people, I affirm that there is no error in Rosenfeld's Bancor paper as Dan Larimer suggests. Therefore, there seems to be no theoretical ...
Sergio A. Yuhjtman's user avatar
4 votes
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Testing Contracts

Try eosfactory Here is a simple tutorial you can follow: https://medium.com/coinmonks/your-first-eos-dapp-using-eosfactory-aa0394df95d9
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3 votes

What are the advantages of making an exchange dapp on EOS?

BitShares is a good example of the advantages of decentralised Exchanges, which a similar dApp could be built upon EOS, it's also one of Dan Larimer's Blockchains. Advantages of decentralised ...
John Williamson's user avatar
2 votes
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What's the purpose of RAMEOS relay?

True. no need to go through the relay if you don't sell or buy the relay token (RAMEOS) directly. The formula can be changed to: amount_from / (balance_from + amount_from) * balance_to see this ...
Tal Muskal's user avatar
2 votes

What stops exchanges and other whales with large amounts of EOS voting on referendum proposals and skewing the outcome?

EOS is a plutocracy. The idea is that the large token holders have the most to gain or lose from system-wide changes, so their interests should align with the interests of the network as a whole.
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2 votes

What stops exchanges and other whales with large amounts of EOS voting on referendum proposals and skewing the outcome?

There is currently nothing in place to limit/cap voting on referendum proposals.
Don's user avatar
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2 votes

Why did EOSio exclude all EOS ERC20-token holders who didn't register before 2st of June 2018?

There is a fallback method available for those who did not register before the deadline. The link below should be a good starting point to access your funds via the EOS blockchain: https://...
Jesta's user avatar
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1 vote
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call exchange contract's deposit method error

You should set permission for this account: cleos set account permission test active '{"threshold":1, "keys":[{"key":"YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY", "weight":1}], "accounts": [{"permission":{"actor":"test","...
Mikky Snowman's user avatar
1 vote
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Has the exchange contract deployed to the eos mainet?

No. The exchange contract is still under development by Block one team under the supervision and guidance of Dan Larimer. The RAM market is a live test of some of the most important new elements of ...
Ami Heines's user avatar
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1 vote

After launch, who has the voting and staking rights of EOS held in an exchange?

When you vote your tokens are staked for 3 days. If the exchanges were to use the users's funds to vote, these tokens would get staked (essentially frozen, unmovable) and they run the risk of not ...
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