A year ago, EOSForce network came online around the same time EOS mainnet launched. After a short period of silence in the community, EOSForce became active again recently with technical upgrades, exchange listing, and community engagement. In a space crowded by public blockchains, what are the next steps for EOSForce?
In our latest EOSwriter original video production series Heidi Asks, we invited EOSForce founder Crborg and their core developer Fan Yang to discuss everything EOSForce.
EOSwriter has provided below a list of questions and corresponding timestamps for viewers. Please enjoy the interview.
[ 00’37” ]
What are the area of focus and positioning of EOSForce?
[ 01’30” ]
We have seen that EOSForce became very active lately on multiple fronts. Could you please give us an overview of the recent events?
[ 03’01” ]
In this past year, we see EOSForce going through many upgrades on the mainnet. Could you please tell us what these upgrades are and what they are trying to solve or improve?
[ 05’15” ]
When EOSForce mainnet launched, your team conducted an 1:1 ratio EOSC token airdrop for EOSIO users. We hear that your community has a proposal to burn any unclaimed EOSC from the airdrop. Is there currently a deadline for this airdrop and how will these tokens be burnt?
[ 07’14” ]
EOSForce team is in frequent communication with many EOS block producers in Asia. Why aren’t we seeing many EOS BPs joining EOSForce as block producers? We are interested to hear your approach and philosophy on the number of BPs on EOSForce, their ideal distribution, and reward mechanism.
[ 10’40” ]
We’ve been hearing debates regarding EOS governance. Cyborg you also questioned EOS governance in the past. Today based on your experience running EOSForce, how do you balance decentralization and efficiency of the network? Do you have better solutions?
[ 12’44” ]
On EOSForce community front, could you give us a sneak peak of what’s coming next?
[ 14’30” ]
From your roadmap, we see that you are also working on cross-chain solution. Can we expect to see a cross-chain network called Codex.Network? Could you explain to us how it works?
[ 00’35” ]
In May of this year, EOSForce publish an article on EOSIO v1.8. The entire EOS community is looking forward to seeing this new version on September 23rd. Could you please tell us the major changes in this version and what are the implications to EOS community and the broader blockchain industry?
[ 04’22” ]
Let’s talk about EOS VM. I remember you said EOS VM is EOS trump card. Could you elaborate more on this?
[ 06’05” ]
We know that EOSForce team spends a lot of time understanding the codes written in EOSIO software. Your team has also modified this open source software and modified hundred thousand lines of code, which are not yet included in EOSIO. Could you please tell us which aspects of the software did your team modify?
[ 12’35” ]
This year we see many more new comers in the public blockchain space, such as Polkadot and Cosmos. What’s your view on EOS among all these blockchains? Does EOS have technical advantages, and how long will it take for competition to catch up?
[ 17’14” ]
I heard Cyborg previously said that you are going to do a major operation on EOS mainnet. Lately I see your attitude towards EOS has changed, and has been promoting EOS everywhere. What made you change your mind?
[ 20’13” ]
Let’s gossip a bit. I heard you have very good relationship with the BCH community, and their community is also very supportive of EOSForce. You previously joked that BCH community appointed you to fork EOS. Could you explain your relationship with BCH community and Bitmain?
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