Exodus Wallet Now Fully Connected To The EOS Mainnet

Exodus Wallet Now Fully Connected To The EOS Mainnet

On October 25th of this year, the Exodus team released version 1.63.0 which includes full support for the EOS Mainnet!

We have been waiting for this update since the EOS blockchain launched in June 2018. EOS assets on the Ethereum blockchain (from the ICO) were frozen at the time of the EOS Mainnet launch. Exodus has been diligently working on a solution for users who hold EOS tokens within their Exodus wallet.

Download Exodus 1.63.0 

 

From Exodus.io:

Wallet

You can now send and receive EOS mainnet. To add EOS mainnet to your portfolio visit the Settings section then click Assets.

EOS now has an Advanced button inside the wallet to view RAM, CPU and NET along with other details like staking for your EOS wallet.

EOS wallet has a built-in automatic filter to remove 0 value SPAM transactions with marketing messages on the EOS blockchain.

Fixed outgoing Stellar (XLM) transactions to immediately show up in the account history with no delay.

Exchange

New users of EOS mainnet can now exchange any asset to EOS and Exodus will automatically handle all the advanced account setup for you and create your first EOS account.

EOS mainnet has been added to the exchange. You can now exchange any Exodus asset for EOS mainnet to further diversify your portfolio.

Advanced

If you are holding EOS on an exchange Exodus can now help you create an EOS account by using the advanced developer menu.

Export safe report button has been fixed in the help section.

 

STEEM Monsters Is An Epic Blockchain Trading Card Game

STEEM Monsters Is An Epic Blockchain Trading Card Game

STEEM Monsters is a badass new game on the STEEM blockchain! The digital, role-playing, trading card game was created by Jesse Reich.

“Collect and trade cards on the blockchain! Level them up and then compete in individual and Guild PvP Tournaments and EPIC BOSS FIGHTS!”

You can buy cards now on steemmonsters.com! Previously users could only purchase cards with the STEEM cryptocurrency, but now STEEM Monsters is accepting both credit cards and PayPal.

STEEM users are buying these cards up like crazy as they could be worth a pretty penny in the future. We think the card game is pretty revolutionary. We have yet to see someone else create this type of game on a blockchain.

How To Play STEEM Monsters:

A cataclysmic event, known as The Splintering, violently reshaped a once peaceful landscape into six separate kingdoms.

The world was thrust into chaos and war as the inhabitants of the six known Splinters fought for control of what became known as the Splinterlands.

An ancient prophecy foretells of a hero who will reunite the Splinters against the Greater Enemy, saving the world from a near inevitable doom.

Could that hero be you? Choose your Summoner, choose your Monsters, and prepare for battle! The player who builds the best team will find glory on the Battlegrounds, fame on the leaderboards, and fortune in the Grand Tournament!

 

Why Blockchain?

FAST AND FREE

The Steem blockchain has transaction speeds of about 3 seconds, can handle thousands of transactions per second, and zero transaction fees! Unlike other blockchain platforms, that means the only cost is the cards themselves. You can play, buy, sell, and trade at lightning speeds and…for free!

PROVABLE SCARCITY

Thanks to the full transparency of the blockchain’s distributed ledger, it’s easy to see how many of each different card exist in the entire game. So unlike in games like Hearthstone, you can see exactly how rare, and valuable your cards actually are!

TRUE ASSET OWNERSHIP

With the blockchain, your cards are actually yours, and they can only be transfered with your private keys. This means that even the creators of the game cannot take them away from you and you are free to buy, sell, or trade them just like physical trading cards!

VERIFIABLE RESULTS

All of the battle results, and the cards contained in Booster packs, are generated by a published algorithm based on unpredictable data from the blockchain itself. This means that no one, even the creators, can tamper with battle results, or give certain players better cards in packs.

Source: steemmonsters.com

STEEM Monsters Videos:

Make Money with the STEEM Monsters Trading Card Game

STEEM Monsters Pack Opening

STEEM Monsters (Token Fest 2018)

Hearthstone on a Blockchain? An interview with STEEM Monsters

How Walmart Is Using Blockchain

How Walmart Is Using Blockchain

Walmart is the world’s largest company by revenue and now they are incorporating blockchain into their supply chain. The multinational retail corporation is specifically targeting leafy green suppliers and requiring that they use blockchain technology. All of this is in an effort to prevent the spread of E-coli. Earlier this year there were outbreaks from lettuce. So to briefly summarize how Walmart is using blockchain, they are enhancing their food traceability for the safety of the consumer.

Video: How Walmart Is Using Blockchain

The end-to-end traceability system is based on distributed ledger technology (DLT) developed by computing giant IBM. According to the report, Walmart will require suppliers to implement blockchain tech by September 2019.

The company’s Vice President of Food Safety, Frank Yiannas, stated that Walmart will require a similar traceability system “for other fresh fruit and vegetable providers within the next year.” Walmart told Bloomberg that over 100 companies will be required to implement IBM’s blockchain service.

Walmart claims that blockchain tech implementation will “dramatically [improve] efficiency.”

According to Reuters, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) consulted with Walmart to improve product traceability in order to help health officials track and manage the outbreaks of foodborne illnesses.

Earlier this year, five people died and dozens more were hospitalized in an outbreak of the E. Coli virus in the U.S. The CDC estimated that over 200 people were infected in total.

Recently, Walmart filed tech-related patents for several different blockchain applications, including the improvement of secure deliveries, methods for managing smart appliances, and a healthcare information system, among others. In June, Walmart and nine other companies partnered with IBM to release a blockchain-based system for tracking food through its supply chain globally.

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