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How To Create Your Own EOS Account

Found: 5/26/2019
Finder: Blockchaindex robot
Citation: "Since EOS uses a different account structure than most blockchains, creating an account is not as simple as generating a single key pair. EOS accounts have various permissions which are linked to different actions in the account. While this might sound very complicated it is relatively simple to create an EOS account. We will discuss some of the possible methods in this article."
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Find the best API Endpoint for your EOS DApp

Found: 5/21/2019
Finder: Blockchaindex robot
Citation: "So, if you want to develop a DApp built on EOS blockchain and don’t want to run your own node with HTTP API endpoint, because it’s pretty complex task and needs a lot of resources. You can try to use some services like eosinfra or dfuse, that provide you ready to use API, but at some point these services won’t be cheap. The core of EOS blockchain is Block Producers that you voted for, but they are not the only ones on the network that offers public API endpoints, a lot of others BP Candidates offer them too, so why not use them?"
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The Ultimate Guide To Understanding EOS Accounts

Found: 5/19/2019
Finder: Blockchaindex robot
Citation: "EOS uses a different account structure than most cryptocurrencies you know. While it might seem complex at first, it is not that difficult once you understand the basics, all of which will be covered in this article. So, how do EOS accounts work?"
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EOS Smart Contract Development: Analysing EOS standard token contract

Found: 5/19/2019
Finder: Blockchaindex robot
Citation: "Handling money in the form of digitized assets has been one of the primary applications of blockchain based dApps. Understanding how digital tokens work is essential in understanding a blockchain based platform, for it being a topic that will also come up frequently in application development. In this article, we will try to understand the handling of tokens on EOSIO via the standard eosio.token contract. We will discuss how native EOS tokens work, and how could we deploy our own tokens on EOS blockchain. We will also discuss the standard token contract in technical depth, which will also throw light on the nitty-gritty details of EOS smart contract development in general. It is assumed that the reader has some familiarity with modern C , although we will try to explain each line."
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