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Can someone explain EOS sidechains to me?
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Sidechaining is any mechanism that allows tokens from one blockchain to be securely used within a completely separate blockchain but still moved back to the original chain if necessary. By convention ...

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How can a dApp developer ensure that their tokens are Utility tokens and not Security tokens?
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Many Chinese projects airdropped their tokens to users and they had no jurisdictional repercussions because it was distributed freely and everyone had same chances to get them. If the token got value ...

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Rent tokens and still receive airdrops?
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Some airdrops like HorusPay will airdrop only to genesis block holders. That means If you had your tokens the day of the snapshot, you will get 1:1 ratio according to your eos tokens. Otherwise like ...

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Are there benefits to holding EOS as a user?
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As a dapp user you're not required to hold tokens, you can use and interact with the dapp without holding restrictions. For an investor, EOS token will allow you to receive airdrops and you can also ...

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Understanding the RAM Allocation Model
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Side-chain establishment will be determined by price inflation If at a certain point RAM exceeds average price in comparison to other chains. I suggest you this video by "The Awakenment" for extra ...

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How to avoid excessive concentration?
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The EOS constitution forbids to have more than 10% (total supply) eos tokens for one individual/dApp/BlockProducer. This was addressed by Thomas Cox in interview with EOS GO : https://www.youtube....

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Does EOS Storage support image, audio & video storage?
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Devs will be able to store their files (png, mp3, mp4 ect...) with Block Producers hardware through EOS Storage which offers a decentralized storing service by locking eos tokens. More information ...

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How can I know if I have registered my EOS tokens correctly?
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You can use https://eosauthority.com/ to verify If your tokens are properly registered.

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Newbie here.. How to start with EOS?
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EOS's advantages are basically this: -Millions of tps thanks to interblockchain-communication & multi-threading free transactions will boost adoption. -More decentralized than ETH or BTC: 21 BPs ...

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EOS claim procedure if an incompatible wallet was used to partecipate
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There are no incompatible wallets. Every Ethereum address allows you to interact and claim/register your tokens through MEW. Another alternative is to use Exodus wallet which gives you the option to ...

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What utility will eosDAC tokens have in future?
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eosDAC team goal is to become a Block Producer. Dan confirmed in telegram channel that community developers are building wallets in order to integrate eos related tokens. More information will be ...

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What is Airdrop and how does it different from ICO?
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An airdrop is a free token distribution while a ICO is a fund offering in exchange of tokens. Everipedia wanted to do a ICO in order to collect funds to finance their project, then Block.One made a ...

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