The Ethereum killer, this is how EOS is known to many people. It has the potential to exceed Ethereum and all other dApp platforms. Dan Larimer is the founder of the successful blockchain startups Bitshares and Steemit. The potential to exceed Ethereum comes from the promise that EOS is both scalable and safe and decentralized.
EOS, founded in 2017 and the most famous name is that of the founder and CTO Daniel Larimer. Larimer is the founder of the successful blockchain startups Steemit and Bitshares. He certainly deserves his spurs and that promises much for the future. Striking for such a large project is that the team is almost completely unknown. What is known is that Block.one is working on the development of EOS.
The biggest competitor for the EOS project is the platform that EOS itself has ever started. Ethereum. In addition, all other smart contract platforms also form competition for EOS. You can think of: Waves, Stratis, VeChain, NEO, Cardano, Lisk, Qtum.
The maximum EOS supply is limited upto 1 billion. The remaining 188 million are created by mining.
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