EOS coins are the native token on the EOSIO network, a blockchain-based technology designed to become a decentralized operating system that creates scalable and efficient dApps. EOS transactions only take about half of a second to confirm transaction and approximately 2 minutes to finalize a transaction. There a no mining fees in the production of new EOS tokens, making them free to transfer. There are no fees associated with sending or receiving EOS. EOS is the only cryptocurrency on the EOS network that can be used to purchase the resources needed to run dApps on the EOS platform. Resources that can be purchased with EOS tokens include CPU power, network bandwidth and RAM for data storage.
EOS was created by Daniel Larimer and Brendan Blumer in 2018.
EOS.IO managed and controls the EOS blockchain network. The EOS token is the cryptocurrency of the EOS network.
Buying EOS (EOS/CAD) in Canada can be done through a cryptocurrency exchange such as NDAX, a peer-to-peer trade, or at some Bitcoin ATMs. However, utilizing platforms such as NDAX will allow for affordable, safe, and fast transactions.
Selling EOS (EOS/CAD) in Canada can be done through a cryptocurrency exchange, a peer-to-peer trade, or at some Bitcoin ATMs. However, utilizing platforms such as NDAX will allow for affordable, safe, and fast transactions.
Trading EOS (EOS/CAD) is made affordable, safe, and fast through cryptocurrency exchanges such as NDAX. NDAX’s trading fee is 0.2%.
No, EOS is not mineable since they are based on a Proof of Stake (PoS) system.
The market cap for EOS is 3.582B
EOS was built with the aim to handle millions of transactions per second.