EOS Resource Model Feedback – #1

EOS Resource Model Feedback – #1

First published on VOICE in October 2020 -> Check it out here. History Over the last few weeks, the Writer and EOSphere teams have been collecting feedback relating to the proposed EOS resource model. Block.one (B1) introduced the code in December 2019 following...
EOSIO – Developments Series – #2

EOSIO – Developments Series – #2

First published on VOICE in October 2020 -> Check it out here. While we can’t yet dive inside the super-secret block.one GitHub repositories, we can view the ongoing public development and envisage future capabilities and Use cases.  In this eosio...
EOSIO – Developments Series – #2

EOSIO – Developments Series – #1

First published on VOICE in September 2020 -> check it out here. Block.one has made it crystal clear the company is working on several exciting behind the scenes developments, much of which is strictly confidential and isn’t ready for prime time broadcast. The...
Rethinking Enterprise Apps

Rethinking Enterprise Apps

First published on VOICE on Sep 02 – Check it out here. The Problem IT departments often run 100s, if not 1000s of applications. The range of products deployed is vast and complex. Enterprise apps get accumulated over the years, with business complexity, budgets...
EOSIO HTTPS Configuration

EOSIO HTTPS Configuration

The Problem By default, when deploying an EOSIO node, the eosio::http_plugin for nodeos binds insecurely to a port of your choosing. The following is an extract from the config.ini running on a newly deployed host. FYI, there are multiple ways to run nodeos, my...
EOSIO, The Basics

EOSIO, The Basics

About eosio Since EOSDawn3 and 4, I’ve been a massive fan of the eosio software from block.one. For those not familiar with eosio, it’s open-source blockchain software which underpins networks...