WhatEOS: Non-Profit United EOS Community Super Node?
WhatEOS held a roadshow at Sydney’s Portside Centre, which was introduced by their marketing representative Acqeel Ziyad and security manager Roger Zhou. The event was graced by the presence of Jayden Wei, Managing Director of CollinStar Capital.
What is WhatEOS?
WhatEOS is a non-profit EOS community that aims to become the democratic node with the highest security and stability and the most powerful EOS supernode in Oceania. The Whateos team consists of different parts, including a department of platform development, department of on-chain and off-chain wallet, security department, and other world-renowned cryptocurrency communities.
In order to build a highly effective, stable and secure server, the team will take a multi-regional and stepwise development approach to build the node with high security. It means that this node will not be influenced by external factors such as wars, politics, and environments, and it is entitled to offer a multi-dimensional and high-security space during the development of EOS ecosystem.
Ziyad foregrounded that “EOS is a leader in the Blockchain sphere globally. Technologies being developed by the team are going to have a major impact on the way people see parts of Blockchain technology, most notably consensus algorithms such as EOS’ DPoS mechanism”. Zhou introduced the organization as one aiming to become Oceania’s most stable and secure OS Block Producer.
With the help of the core technical team, they will provide first-class node services as well as a secure and stable dApps developer platform. They willfully deduct all operating surpluses into continuous development activities to maximize community upgrades and achieve multiple win-win results for the EOS ecosystem.
WhatEOS has a number of co-sponsors, providing funding to set up the crucial infrastructure to run the system. These consist of CollinStar Capital; Hyper Pay – a company providing a multi-functional zero-fee digital asset wallet; and JNB – an exchange platform based in Japan, focused on providing strong service, security, and support.
After making waves in Sydney, WhatEOS is targeting Melbourne next with the event being scheduled to be hosted in May 2018.