EOS
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A high-performance smart contract platform

50 Rank
1.06B$ Market cap
13.51M$ 24H Volume

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EOS Price statistic
EOS price today
EOS price
1.03 $
Price change (24h)
0.19% 0.00 $
Trading volume (24h)
13.51M $
Market Dominance
0.10%
Market rank
#50
EOS price history
All Time High
Jul 1 2017 (5 years ago)
95.83% 24.70 $
EOS Market Cap
Market Cap
1.06B $
Fully Diluted Market Cap
1.44B $
EOS Supply
Circulating Supply
1.00B EOS
Liquid Supply
985.32M EOS

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EOS basics

Name

EOS

Category

Infrastructure

What is EOS?

EOS is an open-source protocol designed by Dan Larimer and Block.one to support the creation of smart contracts and decentralized applications (dApps). Its network features a delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) consensus mechanism to help secure the platform while giving it a level of performance desirable for running applications. Through DPoS, EOS offers greater scalability and transaction throughput than traditional blockchain networks, but to a certain extent, it relinquishes complete decentralization and censorship resistance.

EOS token type

Token name

EOS

Token type

Native

Token uses

Payments, Vote

What is EOS used for in 2022?

EOS supports a native token of the same name that users purchase or rent to access network bandwidth, computational and storage capacity, and voting rights. The level of voting or computational power is proportional to the number of tokens held or staked.

Unlike Ethereum or Bitcoin, EOS token transfers do not require a fee, as users do not need to entice miners to include their transaction(s) in the next block. EOS block producers earn new tokens only through the creation of new blocks. But transactions are not entirely free because users and developers still need to acquire network resources in proportion to their intended on-chain activity levels.

The network resources required to submit transactions and run dApps include:

  • CPU: the processing power it takes to operate a dApp and read data from a storage device (measured in microseconds)
  • NET: network bandwidth or the average rate of data transfer through the communication protocol (measured in bytes)
  • RAM: data storage

Users can stake EOS tokens directly to access CPU and NET, or they can lease these resources through EOS REX, an EOS-based resource exchange.

EOS ecosystem
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Equilibrium
Equilibrium is an open-source software development organization building the Equilibrium platform on EOS for self-collateralized stablecoins.
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EOS history and first price

Launch style

Crowdsale

When did EOS launch?

Block.one began the EOS token sale on June 26, 2017, selling 200 million tokens over a five day period, raising a total of $172 million. Over the next 350 days, 2 million tokens were sold per day ($700 million total) raising a total of $4.02 billion. The final 100 million EOS tokens were reserved for Block.one. This allocation is set to be released linearly to Block.one every second over a period of 10 years starting from the Genesis Block on June 6, 2019.

How did EOS come about?

EOS was published by software publisher Block.one and development is led by CTO Dan Larimer, who founded Steem ($STEEM) and BitShares ($BTS). The project competes with other popular smart contract platforms such as Ethereum ($ETH), NEO ($NEO), and Cardano ($ADA). EOS tries to differentiate itself by providing transaction throughput capable of handling thousands of transactions per second without having to pay direct fees, improved usability for all parties involved, and governance for business and chain maintenance.

EOS makes use of on-chain governance whereby token holders can vote for the block producers (BPs) as well as various upgrades to the protocol, monetary policy, or stakeholder bylaws. The EOS User Agreement defines and enforces the user bylaws. The rules are not enforceable at the protocol level but rather act as a terms-of-service agreement that users must agree to. This community developed agreement replaced Block.one's Constitution by a majority BP vote back in April 2019.

Ecosystem funds play an important role in the growth and adoption of EOS. Their mandate is to make strategic investments that increase the value of the projects and tokens to ensure the necessary infrastructure is built and proper incentivization exists to attract developers to build on the platform. The most prominent is a $325 million fund ran by Mike Novogratz called Galaxy Digital EOS VC.

EOS roadmap 2022
Dawn 2.0 and public testnet release
December 2017 · Testnet Launch

The EOS.IO Dawn 2.0 release provided an Alpha implementation of the EOS network. The new features included: Genesis Import Testing Token Faucets Resource Usage & Rate Limiting for bandwidth, computational bandwidth, and database storage P2P Network Code

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Dawn 3.0 release
April 2018 · Testnet Launch

The Dawn 3.0 release focused on scaling and interchain communication development. The other features included in this release were: Sparse Header Verification Context Free Actions Transaction Compression Resource Metering Rate Limiting Lost Password Recovery & more

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Dawn 4.0 release
May 2018 · Testnet Launch

Dawn 4.0 marked the last testnet release prior to mainnet launch. This final testnet introduced: The RAM Allocation Model Implications for Smart Contract Developers Minimizing Speculation Advancements in Inter Blockchain Communication A Roadmap for Parallel Computation & more

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EOSIO 1.0 launch
June 2018 · Mainnet Launch

Block.one released the EOSIO 1.0 code on June 2, 2018, and after a week of deliberations between block producers (BPs) and early network testing, BPs voted in favor of launching the network on June 9, 2018. The following launch sequence delayed the official launch until June 14, 2018.

The launch was not entirely smooth, as multiple reports claimed a bug caused the EOS network to unexpectedly "freeze" just two days after its release. The network remained down for a few days until BPs and Block.one developers resolved the bug.

RAM Upgrade
July 2018 · On-Chain Upgrade

The EOS Authority approved the stepwise solution to a href=" "increase the RAM available/a on the EOS. The update initiated a gradually increase in the EOS RAM at 1KB per block to hopefully decrease network costs and provide a potential solution to RAM hoarding issues.

User Agreement
April 2019 · Governance Update

The EOS community opted to forgo the original Constitution proposed by Block.one and develop its own on-chain user bylaws, dubbed the User Agreement. Block producers (BPs) approved the User Agreement by a majority vote (15/21), and the agreement officially replaced the old Constitution in April 2019.

Learn more about the User Agreement and its eleven articles here

Block.one Announces Voice
June 2019 · Project Operations

At a Washington DC event on June 1st, 2019, a href=" "Block.one/a a href=" "announced/a the company is in the process of developing Voice, an EOS-based social media platform. Block.one also relayed it will build a new WebAssembly engine EOSVM to compliment the product. Voice will have its own native token, which can be used to bump posts on the platform.

The new social media platform cost a href=" "$150 million/a and one year to build according to statements made by Block.one CEO a href=" "Brendan Blumer/a. Blumer also a href=" "said/a an inflation tax may be a method to fund the development and maintenance of Voice. “Without committing to the model," Blumer wrote, "Block.one will take a small cut of ongoing inflation or another aligned way that allows us to preserve the utility status of the token.”

In preparation for the app's development, Block.one un-staked 3.3 million EOS tokens to a href=" "purchase more RAM/a.

EOSIO v1.8
September 2019 · Hard Fork

EOS successfully a href=" "executed/a its first hard fork to upgrade the protocol. EOS Nation claimed that 29 of the 30 top BPs committed to upgrading.

SEC Action Against Block.one
September 2019 · Regulatory Update

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) a href=" "charged/a Block.one with conducting an unregistered securities offering related to the multi-billion EOS token sale. The SEC order found that Block.one violated the registration provisions of the federal securities law by failing to register its token sale as a securities offering or seek proper exemptions. Block.one consented to the order without admitting or denying its findings and paid a $24 million civil penalty.

EOSIO v2.0
October 2019 · Software Release

EOSIO 2.0 a href=" "introduced/a notable performance and security enhancements to the EOS VM (Virtual Machine). Security improvements included the addition of WebAuthn authentication standards, which allow hardware devices to authenticate and sign transactions in browsers for EOSIO applications "without extensions or extra installed software." The released also included new developer tools, such as the alpha version of the web-based EOSIO Quickstart Web IDE.

Reduce Annual Inflation from 5% to 1%
February 2020 · Economic Policy

In Feb. 2020, fifteen of the twenty-one BPs voted again to burn the over 34 million EOS tokens (worth almost $140 million at the time) held in the eosio.saving account. This vote also reduced the inflation rate of the network from 5% to its current rate of 1%. This inflation reduction only eliminated the 80% of block rewards previously dedicated to the eosio.saving account, effectively eliminating the role of that account on the network. Since the contents of the eosio.saving account were already illiquid, the vote's impact on the circulating supply and real inflation rate was minimal.

This vote conducted by network Block Producers followed a poll held by EOS holders about eight months earlier (Jun. 1, 2019). Token holders a href=" "signaled their preference/a to lower the network's 5% inflation rate to 1% and eliminate the function of the eosio.savings account, which had no defined use case despite collecting 80% of inflation rewards over the network's first eight months.

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EOS technology explained

Block.one built EOS with scalability as a primary objective. Beyond its delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) consensus mechanism, EOS employs Graphene technology and (in the long-term) parallel processing to maximize performance.

  • Graphene technology: An open-course software toolkit developed by Dan Larimer that helps improve transaction processing capabilities. It is currently used by previous Larimer creations, Bitshares and Steem, as well as MUSE and Peerplay.
  • Parallel computation: Also referred to as horizontal scaling, this technology divides transactions and smart contract execution among multiple processors to help reduce the run time of a program. The first protocol version will operate on a single thread (i.e., a single processor) but will shift to a multithreaded platform in the future.

EOS requires users to obtain the following resources to submit transactions and run decentralized applications:

  • CPU: the processing power it takes to operate a dApp and read data from a storage device (measured in microseconds)
  • NET: network bandwidth or the average rate of data transfer through the communication protocol (measured in bytes)
  • RAM: data storage

EOS holders receive CPU and NET by staking their tokens and receiving a proportional amount of the network resources. As a result, the network utilizes a no direct fee model where tokens give holders access to their pro-rata share of network resources. That being said, any operation needing storage or to create an account requires RAM to be purchased separately.

EOS uses the WebAssembly Virtual Machine (WASM), which offers high speed and performance as well as support for a multitude of programming languages such as C, C++, and Rust, giving developers access to existing optimization and debugging tools.

Additionally, EOS implements human-readable names and account recovery solutions at the protocol level. Recovery is made possible with the designation of a recovery party that can reset the owner's keys with their approval. Unlike traditional multi-signature applications, the recovery partner has no control over the account other than helping the owner reset their keys.

EOS core contributors
Individuals
Companies
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Anton Perkov
EOS Core Contributor
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Bart Wyatt
EOS Core Contributor
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Bill Hamilton
EOS Core Contributor
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Brendan Blumer
CEO of block.one
CEO of block.one
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Brian Johnson
EOS Core Contributor
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Dan Larimer
CTO of block.one
Dan Larimer is the current CTO of block.one as well as CEO of Cryptonomex where he is leading the technical vision of the company and authoring white papers. He previously founded Steem, the first blockchain based social media platform and BitShares, a decentralized exchange.
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Jim Giszczak
EOS Core Contributor
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Matt Witherspoon
EOS Core Contributor
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Phil Mesnier
EOS Core Contributor
Phil is a partner and principal engineer at Object Computing, Inc. and a core contributor to EOS.
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Block.one
Block.one is a software publisher that introduces a blockchain architecture designed to enable vertical and horizontal scaling of decentralized applications. Its first project, EOS, is an open-source blockchain protocol designed to enable secure data transfer and high-performance decentralized applications (dApps).
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EOS supply limit

General Emission Type

Inflationary

Precise Emission Type

Fixed Inflation rate

EOS supply curve details

Current supply details The network's current inflation rate is 1%, split between the Block Producers (BPs) and Standby Producers, who received 0.25% and 0.75% of the annual inflation rate respectively. While BPs must share a smaller piece of the total reward pool, there are only 21 BPs; thus, they receive more daily EOS rewards on average than their counterparts. Standby Producers represent potential block producers ranked outside of the top 21 that have enough voting support from token holders to receive a minimum daily reward of 100 EOS.

Historic supply and inflation changes At launch, the inflation rate for EOS was 5%, but this metric was somewhat misleading as the network routed 4% of newly minted tokens into the eosio.saving account. The supply directed to this account was illiquid and only accessible by way of a successful vote among the network's 21 block producers (BPs). The rest of the outstanding inflation went to BPs and Standby Producers per the same percentage breakdown described above.

BPs can also vote on decreasing or increasing the inflation rate. Therefore, these network representatives can impact the future supply of EOS by altering the block reward or changing the contents of the eosio.saving account, an act that has happened twice since inception.

On May 8, 2019, BPs opted to burn all of the tokens collected in the eosio.saving account up until that point, which amounted to 34 million EOS. The inflation rate remained intact, however, so that account continued to accrue 80% of the newly issued (but still illiquid) EOS supply.

In Feb. 2020, fifteen of the twenty-one BPs voted again to burn the over 34 million EOS tokens (worth almost $140 million at the time) held in the eosio.saving account. This vote also reduced the inflation rate of the network from 5% to its current rate of 1%. This inflation reduction only eliminated the 80% of block rewards previously dedicated to the eosio.saving account, effectively eliminating the role of that account on the network. Since the contents of the eosio.saving account were already illiquid, the vote's impact on the circulating supply and real inflation rate was minimal.

Block.one vesting schedule Block.one allocated itself 100 million EOS tokens at launch to fund future ecosystem development. These tokens will unlock linearly every second over a period of ten years starting from the network's Genesis Block on Jun. 6, 2018. In May 2019, Block.one claimed a vested batch of 9.8 million EOS and used 3.3 million of these tokens (worth ~$25 million at the time) to purchase network RAM. The firm now only holds the current and future rights to 96.7 million EOS tokens.

Impact of the eosio.ramfee account Until May 1, 2019, and the launch of Resource Exchange (REX) on EOS Mainnet, the fees collected from RAM trading (0.5% of the value of each trade) were sent and stored on the eosio.ramfee account. From May 1, 2019, the fees are now directly transferred from the eosio.ramfee to the REX, but the funds (approximately 2M EOS) that were located in the eosio.ramfee account before the upgrade will not be allocated to the REX and remain illiquid.

Blacklisted accounts EOSIO also has a feature that allows Block Producers to blacklist accounts. All the Block Producers need to blacklist an account in order for the blacklist to happen. Those blacklisted accounts' supply is considered illiquid since it is no longer transferable.

Who funds EOS core development?
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Kosmos Capital
Kosmos Capital is the leading and largest Australian based multi-strategy VC firm specializing in blockchain-based assets.
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Waterdrip Capital
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TaaS Fund
THE FIRST-EVER TOKENIZED CLOSED-END FUND DEDICATED TO BLOCKCHAIN ASSETS. TaaS introduces an innovative Token-as-a-Service business model that allows the TAAS token owners to capitalize on the rise of blockchain markets without the hurdles, risks and technical barriers associated with owning, transferring and trading cryptoassets.
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SVK Crypto
SVK Crypto is a community-driven investment firm based in London focused on Blockchain Technologies and Digital Assets globally
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SNZ
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Parallax Digital
Parallax Digital is a professional services firm specializing in cryptoasset investments, blockchain consulting and token generation events. Parallax Digital has been involved in the crypto space since 2015 and operates SEC registered hedge funds focused exclusively on cryptoassets.
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Origin Capital
Origin Capital is a long-term focused fund with an emphasis on early stage equity and presales. The team consists of blockchain early adopters and thought leaders with deep relationships with crypto communities in Korea, Singapore, China, and USA.  https://www.theorigincapital.com/
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Mutual Coin Capital
Mutual Coin Capital is a cryptocurrency fund management company offering investors the opportunity to participate in supporting emerging blockchain-based technologies. ​Our team of analysts and traders intelligently identify future drivers of value in the cryptocurrency space by assessing each project’s teams, technology, whitepapers, sustainability, problems solved, appropriate use of blockchain technology, and it’s token economics. To date, we have invested in companies helping people access cryptocurrencies, cross-border payments, enterprise blockchains and new protocols.
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LD Capital
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360 Innovation Capital
60 Innovation Investment is an investment fund focused on investing in, promoting and advancing the cryptocurrency industry. With our expertise and experience in code auditing via technical analysis, we seeks to bring new stability and utility of what is currently a volatile industry in its infancy.
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INBlockchain
INB is the most influential investment group in the Chinese blockchain space. Our partners are among the single largest holders of Bitcoin in the world, with holdings that have increased over nine thousand fold to date.
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HyperChain Capital
One of the first in the world, HyperChain is a digital assets management company focused on Blockchain based projects and decentralized protocols. HyperChain's philosophy is to do good, as an early participant and consultant to Blockchain protocol projects and organizations that support innovative technologies.
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How 2 Ventures
A Blockchain Venture Capital, Digital Asset & Cryptocurrency Hedge Fund. How 2 Ventures five-point strategy focuses on several areas of investment within the Blockchain startup, and Digital Asset & Cryptocurrency markets: 1. Emerging Blockchain Technology (pre-ICO & ICO investments). 2. Established Blockchain networks’ digital assets & cryptocurrencies (forks, airdrops, etc.). 3. Emerging Blockchain networks’ digital assets & cryptocurrencies (growth, adoption, etc.). 4. Leverage trading during periods of volatility to increase returns (BTC, ETH vs. alternative coins). 5. Capitalize on swings in the market using alpha theory (-2, -1, 0, 1, 2)
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HASHED
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Fundamental Labs
As an investor and an incubator, Fundamental Labs has invested in more than 30 blockchain related portfolios. Our mission is to empower the entrepreneurs to create more influential innovations. Fundamental Labs belongs to fundamental foundation, and connects to more blockchain foundations all around the world. The team of Fundamental Labs has unique investment philosophy and strong network resources in blockchain technology. We focus on the fundamental innovations both in technology and in business. And in the coming several years, we will help more people using blockchain technology to reform the traditional industry. It’s time to get things move on to the blockchain.
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DNA Fund
Founders Brock Pierce, Scott Walker, and their partners were early bitcoin miners, creators of the world’s first ICO and first security token, large investors in the Ethereum crowdsale, and investors or advisors for more than 100 decentralized ecosystem launches. In 2017 they launched DNA, which has quickly become a major nexus of talent and capital working to accelerate the growth of the burgeoning crypto industry.
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Blockchain Capital
The pioneer venture capital firm focused exclusively on the blockchain technology sector and crypto ecosystem
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8Decimal Capital
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EOS consensus

General consensus mechanism

Delegated Proof-of-Stake

Targeted block time

0.01 min

How EOS works?

EOS's delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) is based on 21 Block Producers (BPs) voted on by token holders, where votes are weighted by the number of tokens held and holders can opt to delegate their votes to another holder on their behalf. Anyone can participate in the block production so long as they can receive enough votes, and the vote is ongoing so at any time BP's can be replaced by another entity voters believe will act in their best interests.

Blocks are produced every 0.5 seconds and one BP produces a block at any given time. Once 15 BP’s sign a block, it is deemed irreversible. Under normal conditions, DPoS does not experience forks because rather than competing, BPs cooperate to produce blocks. In the event of a fork, consensus will automatically switch to the longest chain because the rate at which blocks are added to a fork is directly correlated to the percentage of BP’s that share the same consensus.

See the list of BPs here

EOS governance

Onchain governance type

Delegated On-Chain Vote

What is EOS governance?

EOS protocol upgrade and code changes are subject to its on-chain governance system. Anyone is free to submit new policies or code changes, but these proposals must achieve a majority vote before being accepted into the codebase. The decision-making process for EOS' on-chain governance is well-defined; however, governance debates, which can influence on-chain decisions, still occur off-chain. The strict on-chain rules often increase the activity of off-chain politics, as various stakeholders engage in community discussions surrounding any new proposals or ongoing voting sessions.

Who regulate EOS in 2022?

The Securities Framework Asset Ratings of the Crypto Rating Council (CRC) attributed the score of 3.75 out of 5 to EOS and provided the below summary:

  • Absence of investment-like language or marketing
  • Current functionality of the platform
  • Raised funds in excess of what would reasonably be necessary for development of the platform

The CRC is a member-owned and operated organization whose purpose is to assess if a crypto asset, or its development, issuance, and use have characteristics that make it more or less likely to implicate federal securities laws. According to the CRC framework, a score of 5 results when an asset appears to have many characteristics that are consistent with the Howey-test factors. A score of 1 results when an asset appears to have few characteristics that are consistent with the Howey-test factors.

SEC lawsuit On Sept. 30, 2019, the U.S. SEC charged Block.one with conducting an unregistered securities offering related to its multi-billion token sale. The SEC order found that Block.one violated the registration provisions of the federal securities law by failing to register its token sale as a securities offering or seek proper exemptions. Block.one consented to the order without admitting or denying its findings and paid a $24 million civil penalty. But the SEC did not require Block.one or the EOS network to cease operations, leading to the assumption EOS reached a sufficient level of decentralization and its native token was no longer deemed securities.

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EOS Price statistic
EOS price today
EOS price
1.03 $
Price change (24h)
0.19% 0.00 $
Trading volume (24h)
13.51M $
Market Dominance
0.10%
Market rank
#50
EOS price history
All Time High
Jul 1 2017 (5 years ago)
95.83% 24.70 $
EOS Market Cap
Market Cap
1.06B $
Fully Diluted Market Cap
1.44B $
EOS Supply
Circulating Supply
1.00B EOS
Liquid Supply
985.32M EOS
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