Main navigation CEO Brendan Blumer Announces Successful Trial of New Product. What is EdenOS?

Sun, 05/16/2021 - 17:41
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Vladislav Sopov
New platform by EOS.IO inventors is set to reshape on-chain governance frameworks CEO Brendan Blumer Announces Successful Trial of New Product. What is EdenOS?
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Entrepreneur and investor Brendan Blumer, founder of the company tasked with EOS.IO (EOS) open source software development, shares the last update of the EdenOS governance platform.

First EdenOS trial is completed successfully

Mr. Blumer has taken to Twitter to congratulate enthusiasts of EOS.IO-based project EdenOS with its first major milestone.

EdenOS trial completed successfully
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He stressed that EdenOS is a "new but exciting" exploration for developers and the community. This experiment will bring new opportunities to the decentralized governance segment.

Ten days ago, former CTO Daniel Larimer announced that his devs deployed an alpha-demo of the testnet tailored to EdenOS.

Once this element of EdenOS was ready, the process of invitations to the system began. On May 13, 2021, the inaugural voting (Eden Alpha Mock Elections) began.

Advancing blockchain-based governance on EOS.IO

EdenOS should be considered a system for the collaboration of blockchain enthusiasts that ensures peaceful coordination and nonviolent communication. It pioneers the concept of fractal democratic governance.

The new ecosystem will utilize the EOS.IO platform for its transactions as well as EOS cryptocurrency for its in-app needs.

By press time, EdenOS is comprised of smart contract architecture based on Eosio 2.0 documentation and social media resources.

The new website for EdenOS will be launched soon, as announced by the official introductory blog post by the EdenOS team.

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