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Aurora EOS Weekly Update

Happy Thursday, everyone! I'll keep this week's note rather short. We've recently recorded a number

Aurora EOS Weekly Update

December 6 · Issue #19 · View online
The Week in EOS.

Happy Thursday, everyone!
I’ll keep this week’s note rather short. We’ve recently recorded a number of new episodes for our podcast, so make sure to check that out and be on the lookout for some great upcoming episodes diving into governance. We continue to believe that governance is the single biggest challenge facing EOS at the moment, and we’re happy to share some conversations with top-notch thinkers on the subject.
We’re also seeing more activity and interest in sidechains and sister chains, which will ultimately give us a market for governance– competing governance models for EOSIO chains that can offer real-world insight into what works and what does not. Just like companies compete in the open market, so too will blockchains. Those that can offer the best experience to developers, enterprises, businesses, and users will be the ones that emerge as winners. Those that can’t provide proper security, functioning governance, or quality infrastructure will lose out. As some of the final pieces that can make this a reality fall into place, we expect this to be a major theme of 2019 in the EOS world.
With that, let’s get into this week’s updates!
Myles Snider, CEO

General Happenings
Jungle Testnet Stress Testing – CryptoLions
Recommended Reading
Introducing Light History Nodes for EOS
Innovating in the Open – Daniel Larimer
Operations vs. Transactions – Blocktivity
Block Producer Market Survey
Chintai Proxy Selections Explained
EOS Rate: Block Producer Rating System – EOS Costa Rica
Watching and Listening
Why Blockchain?: Daniel Larimer at Virginia Tech
The dApp World
EOSBet Becomes First Licensed On-Chain Blockchain Casino
BetDice Announcements
Updates and Releases Launches a RAM Explorer
TokenPocket Updates
The ultimate end-to-end EOS dApp development tutorial
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