EOS, the leading blockchain initiative, has made the announcement of its listing in the digital assets trading marketplace, Atomars. The digital coin will initiate the listing process on November 14, 2019. The trading pairs available on the exchange platform will be EOS/BTC, EOS/ETH, EOS/USDT, EOS/USDC, EOS/PAX, EOS/TUSD, EOS/DAI.
Atomars is a fast-growing cryptocurrency exchange platform that ensures fast, reliable, user-friendly, and safe trading for its clients. One can trade in leading digital currencies like Bitcoin, Litecoin, DASH, USDT, etc. on the exchange network. The exchange’s mobile and web app allow users to indulge in trading at their convenience.
Working as the brainchild of BitShares and Steemit co-founder Dan Larimer, EOS is the well-known native digital currency of the EOS blockchain. The decentralized solution was created with an aim to give a boost to strategic, reliable, innovative, and scalable decentralized applications or dApps. The EOS blockchain solution works are studded with operating systems like features and functions.
Interestingly, Block.one launched EOS as open-source software in 2018. It was claimed to be better than Bitcoin as it offers greater scalability functionality via its delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS) consensus pedagogy. This consensus mechanism will render its EOS solution to process trading transactions at a faster speed through its 21 block producing nodes. Also, EOS allows developers to create dApps with the help of any web assembly programming language like C++, Java, Python, etc.
The four unprecedented features of EOS blockchain are:
- It merely takes about half a second to confirm a trading activity and nearly 2 minutes in its finalization.
- The transfer of EOS tokens does not involve fees as there are no charges for the mining process
- EOS serves as the only token that can be utilized for the attainment of resources like CPU, NET, and RAM that developers require to run their apps
- EOS tokens are the backbone of the ecosystem as a person who owns them can only cast his vote for the block producers who run the entire system.