EOS (EOS) is a platform for developing decentralized applications (abbreviated as DApps), a competitor to Ethereum. The EOS platform was developed by the company Block.one, and its white paper was authored by American programmer Daniel Larimer and Brendan Blumer. The blockchain launched back in June 2018. The goal of the project: widespread use of blockchain technologies, simplification of the use of the network. The company's priority is to create a number of educational resources for developers who want to quickly create functional applications. Also, in a unique twist, token holders have the ability to vote for block producers — as well as other matters such as protocol upgrades.
Users can easily and quickly create their own portfolio without the risk of price fluctuations during exchange.
Instant exchange with a fixed rate is a guarantee of receiving the exact amount of cryptocurrency without hidden fees.
Private keys are under client control, they are never sent or stored outside your device.
Non-custodial wallet with no registration or KYC required can be accessed on iOS, Android and Web. User is the only owner of the private key.