Hello everyone, and welcome back to the first episode of EOSIO Weekly in 2021. As usual Corey and Jimmy D will take the first part of the show to go through some of the news happening in the EOSIO and broader blockchain space, as well as impart their sentiments on these events.
And to kick the new year off right, for this episode they will be joined by Luke Stokes, an true Bitcoin and blockchain OG who many of you will already know from around the space. For those of you that might not, Luke is the cofounder of Foxy.io, former Steemit and present Hive witness, EOSDAC launcher, and the Managing Director for the Foundation for Interwallet Operability which launched the FIO Protocol. In addition, he has as an ambition to continually strive towards making the world a better place through volunteerism and developmental progress, which by counts of any who follow us regularly know just how well he should fit in with all that both Corey and Jimmy D often get up to.
With further ado then, jump on in below, and don’t forget to check out all this weeks featured information, news, and links that follow in toe.
Catch us live at 9 AM EST as well as the replay at https://youtu.be/jVpL8IPXHns
Last Week on Twitter
Thread of the Week
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The Foundation for Interwallet Operability is a industry consortia, consisting of leading wallets, exchanges, crypto payment processors, and various other entities and community members dedicated to the pursuit of blockchain usability through the FIO Protocol.
One of the key distinguishing aspects of the FIO protocol is the human readable addresses that bridge the gap of a variety of blockchains as opposed to just one.
FIO Addresses act as the human-readable wallet identifier for users on the FIO Protocol. They are necessary for users to utilize all the capabilities of the FIO Protocol, but also serve as a replacement for complicated public addresses across all tokens and coins in the user’s wallet.
FIO Addresses have the construct of username@domain. Examples of a FIO Address include: john@edgewallet or alice@crypto
Registration of a FIO Address is done directly through a FIO-enabled application, or through a hosted registration site that is open to the community.
The FIO Address itself and all subsequent interactions with the FIO Protocol are controlled via a FIO private key. Loss of access to this private key suffers the same consequences as with any crypto asset — the FIO Address will no longer be usable by the original owner, nor can it be retrieved.
Advantages of FIO
One Identity for All Your Crypto: Single identifier addresses eliminating the need to see, or even know about blockchain public addresses. Simple to register, easy to use, and works with every token/coin automatically.
Don’t Just Send, Request: Enjoy encrypted in-app requests for funds specified by type and amount eliminating confusion.
Transactions with Context: Attach standardized metadata ranging from a simple note to structured data like an order card or invoice to any crypto transaction.
Featured Weekly Video Tutorials
The Uplift Begins 2020 — Gratitude Ceremony
Every Sunday for almost a year we’ve come together in a cathedral we built in Minecraft to affix gratitudes big and small to permanent gratitude monuments. This is the first time we’re started inviting everyone we can find. Last Sunday was dare we say epic. A one of a kind minted NFT of a giant VERY FLAMMABLE MA’AM was auctioned off to the highest bidder for charity. Athena apprentice to The Blue Wizard joined to lite it up with a group of would be observers both old and new to break history on the first NFT driven active leasing event in ‘The Uplift’. Tune in below to catch a glimpse of all that goes on past, present, and future and all to some pretty catchy beats and solid community building around the concept of gratitude.
Athena: A Reflection of My Being: An First Person Historical Recounting by Jimmy D
Uplift.Art Mr. Spaceman January 15, 2021
On January 15th, Uplift.Art will launch their second auction: ‘Mr. Spaceman fractal “pay as much as you want” Build a School event!
12 fractals of the Mr Spaceman video will be sold every 2 hours for a 24 hour duration. The top 3 mints will be randomly given to participants in each of the 12 segments.
Those that are able to purchase or accumulate after all 12 will be eligible for the complete NFT fractal music video version. The top payer of the event will also receive the 1 of 1 original Mr Spaceman NFT key allowing for the download of this variation to any music device. In addition, the top 21 bidders will also get the Corey Cottrell Mr Spaceman NFT key Redux.
2021 for EOSIO Weekly is going to be 2 prong approach where we give a rundown of selected stories in the post and top it off with a live event on Thursday at 9am set (for now).
With the bull, it is getting increasingly hard to keep up with all the news on this channel, and who knows, maybe you couldn’t care less about our opinions or the motives behind our guest and their work on some particular week. For this reason we want to try as best we can separate the public news and sentiment in the posts from our live appearance (and playback) allowing for everyone to find at least one thing of value, and hopefully more. Essentially, if you are tagged in our outgoing posts it is because we thought you had something worth sharing with the community at large, and for the rest of you, please do drop by EOSIO Weekly on Chirp with news stories you think worthy of coverage or the weekly live cast to let us know what is on your mind, as we are always happy to engage with the community at large and hopefully bring some value in some sweet Chirp Tips and other goodness depending upon the time and our tailored mood at any given time.
Check out some of our past episodes: Live on New Years Eve?!? Bring on 2021, Live on Christmas Eve?!? You Know It Baby!!, Featuring Special Guest Host mBluCrypto of Uplift.Art, Featuring Ricardo Schiller of BlockBase, Featuring Danny of Dark Country, Featuring Adrian Krion of Wombat, Featuring WAX NFT Guru Anders Bjork of Anyobservation, Featuring John Heeter of Boid.com, Featuring Jacques Whales of Discussions App, Featuring mBlu Crypto of Uplift.art, and of course where it all began with Episode One.
Thank you all for tuning in and the amazing support received in 2020. We shall be back next week for the first episode of 2021 as we continue on the path towards perfection in our relay of the key news and issues to fine tune in the EOS and EOSIO spaces.
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