EOS Profile (EOS)
Project Safety Score
Sat, Jan 22, 2022 3:34 AM
What Is EOS? EOS has always been one of the most hype over ICO and now a smart contract platform. When it was announced by founder Dan Larimer in New York City in May 2017, a giant jumbotron advertisement could be seen glowing over Times Square. In the first 5 days of their ICO token sale, EOS raised an unprecedented $185 million in ETH — all without having any kind of product or service yet. EOS claims to be “the most powerful infrastructure for decentralized applications.” Basically, EOS is (or, rather, will be) a blockchain technology much like Ethereum. They plan to create their own blockchain with a long list of impressive features. Some are even calling EOS the “Ethereum killer.” But along with all the hype and excitement about EOS, there’s also a large amount of skepticism coming from the crypto community. The EOS Vision EOS has big plans. It will be a software that will act as a decentralized operating system. Developers can then build applications on the EOS software. It will be highly scalable, flexible, and usable. The most notable feature that everyone is getting excited about is horizontal scalability — what this means is the EOS blockchain will be able to allow parallel execution of smart contracts and simultaneous processing of transactions. This could be a real game changer. EOS will incorporate the delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS) consensus protocol, created by founder Dan Larimer himself. This system is less centralized, uses far less energy, and is incredibly fast — as in, up to millions-of-transactions-per-second fast. Furthermore, there will be no user fees on the EOS blockchain. This would also set them apart from the competition and could help them gain more widespread adoption of their platform. EOS also wants to put a blockchain constitution in place to secure user rights and enable dispute resolution. As explained in their technical whitepaper: "The EOS.IO software is designed from experience with proven concepts and best practices, and represents fundamental advancements in blockchain technology. The software is part of a holistic blueprint for a globally scalable blockchain society in which decentralized applications can be easily deployed and governed." Tokens that are issued on top of the EOS platform includes Everipedia, HorusPay, Meet One, and more.
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EOS Project Statement
Project statements are provided by senior members of the project team and serve to tell the reader why the project has honorable intentions and why is definitely not a scam.
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EOS Safety Report
EOS has a safety score of 7.63
EOS is a mid cap coin.
EOS is suited to a balanced investment style.
This profile has enough data to perform a thorough analysis. But any missing data will have a negative impact on the overall rating.
- project team
- tradingview profile
EOS Red Flags
There are currently no EOS red flags.
EOS Development Score
The EOS project has 98 active source code repositories.
The most recent commit was Thu, Jan 13, 2022 6:10 PM
- 3858 Watchers
- 18876 Stars
- 1233 Mentionable Users
- 0 Vulnerabilities
- 7 commits in the last 28 days.
- extremely high stars
- extremely high watchers
- extremely high mentionable users
- extremely high repo stars
- daily repo updates
EOS Sentiment Score
The sentiment score indicates how well the wider community regards the project. We analyse social media platforms such a Reddit, Twitter etc to access if the community is talking positively or negatively about a project. Or if they are even talking about the project at all!
The more articles that are available to analyse, the more confident we can be about the score. If there is not a lot of data available on the internet to use, this should be a redflag as it can indicate that no one is posting or writing about this project.
- The overall sentiment is very positive
- Enough of a collection of articles to be just about confident of the sentiment
EOS Community Score
The community score indicates how active community is. Are they writing lots of articles and engaging in lots of conversations on the web? Where is the crypto communities attention spent? There are so many hours in the day to spend writing, reading, researching a project. So how much of this time is spent on EOS?
The larger a community is then the more eyes are on that project. Sharing information, red flags and concerns is more likely the bigger the community is. And larger communities are alot hard to censor and control - therefore they provide a diverse range of opinions.
Overall EOS has a strong community, posting and creating lots of content across the internet on social media, forums, blogs and websites.
- extremely high reddit articles
- extremely high hashtag tweets
- extremely high gitHub account watchers
EOS Awareness Score
The awareness score indicates how well EOS is known in the main stream. Its all very well for a project to have a discord channel to have 1000 users chatting all day about how great the EOS is but a good measure of longevity is how well the project is known by the general public.
Overall EOS this project is well known by the general public. There are lots of articles and posts in the main stream media outside the crypto currency community.
- very good number of news articles mentioning EOS
- high number of headlines about EOS
- average search result total
- below average number of EOS YouTube videos
EOS Credibility Score
The credibility score indicates how credibility a project is. Does it have a ridiculous name? Is it run by a 13yr old in their basement? Is it just 2 days old and too early to tell?
- Mature project age (released Jul 1, 2017)
EOS Volume Score
The volume score is the simplest of all our metrics and quite often the bottom line metric. It doesnt matter how well a project scores on the other factors, if it is only shifting a few thousand dollars a day in volume then there is a high chance you will left holding a bag
- high USD 24hr volume
Red flags come in all shapes and sizes
At the end of the day a cryptocurrency project requires you to part with your hard earned cash in order for it to become succesful.
You expect a level of transparency and professionalism from a project that is asking for your money.
There are all sorts of red flags which you should be weary of;
- 404 (missing) websites
- Expired SSL certs
- Malware/Hijacked sites
- Suspended Twitter accounts
- Private Subreddits
- SEC investiations
If you spot anything suspicious/resolved then please let us know.
EOS Red flags
No red flags
No red flags have been identified. That doesnt mean its a 100% safe project, it just means that no red flags have been brought to our attention.
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Some missing data points
This profile is still waiting for the following data points
- project team
- tradingview profile
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