Eidoo EDO

$0.8089
Market Cap $ 23.669 MM (#137)
24h Volume $ 492.046 K
Chg. 24h: 3.74%
Algo. score 3.7/5  (#116)
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Eidoo News

Eidoo supports the upcoming #Ethereum Hard Fork Constantinop...

Eidoo supports the upcoming #Ethereum Hard Fork Constantinople. Download the app on https://t.co/HpcNsQaHpp It is… https://t.co/5TNb2TwIjR

4 hours ago

We are happy to announce that Eidoo is now a partner of the ...

We are happy to announce that Eidoo is now a partner of the #Carnival of Chiasso, Switzerland. Read more here:… https://t.co/wv54AEazgB

7 days ago

Eidoo Crypto Wallet Incorporates Exchange Feature Into Its Mobile App

Eidoo, a multi-crypto wallet has announced that it has incorporated the Eidoo Hybrid Exchange into the Eidoo app, which is available in iOS, Android, and Desktop versions. Before the integration, the startup offered the exchange service on a dedicated app, as it was still in beta. Through this move, the Eidoo app would now provide a simple all-in-one solution to store and trade cryptocurrencies. Since the project is Lithuania-based, the exchange does not require a KYC process. However, there may be exceptions in the case of Switzerland-based ICOs or tokens. (KE)

20 days ago

Crypto wallet Eidoo integrates exchange function within mobile app

CryptoNinjas Eidoo, a multi-crypto wallet, and exchange, today announced the integration of the Eidoo Hybrid Exchange directly on the Eidoo app, which is available for iOS, Android and desktop. In the past, this service was offered on a... Crypto wallet Eidoo integrates exchange function within mobile app

22 days ago

@sunwenyan66 Hello, at the moment, the Eidoo Wallet Support ...

@sunwenyan66 Hello, at the moment, the Eidoo Wallet Support team only provide assistance in English and Italian lan… https://t.co/4TJ1bo93RT

24 days ago

Eidoo has been included in the Crypto Valley's Top 50 list o...

Eidoo has been included in the Crypto Valley's Top 50 list of the best #blockchain companies in #Switzerland. Read… https://t.co/F6suDNFjLo

a month ago

What to expect from the Eidoo #technology? Here are some ben...

What to expect from the Eidoo #technology? Here are some benefits from using our platform according to… https://t.co/f0PYi0AYbd

a month ago

Thousands of users have availed benefits by using Eidoo app......

Thousands of users have availed benefits by using Eidoo app….Are you one among them? If not, download it now!… https://t.co/BjfmW2BG8n

a month ago

Eidoo fully supports the Constantinople #Ethereum fork since...

Eidoo fully supports the Constantinople #Ethereum fork since it doesn't involve the creation of a new #blockchain.… https://t.co/1qx03IdJRt

a month ago

@Marco_Bertox Hello Marco, our EIDOO wallet support any ERC2...

@Marco_Bertox Hello Marco, our EIDOO wallet support any ERC20 or ERC223 coins, based on ETH blockchain. At the mome… https://t.co/mMVbg5rNIh

a month ago

Do you own #Bitcoin or #Ethereum? Keep them safe. With Eidoo...

Do you own #Bitcoin or #Ethereum? Keep them safe. With Eidoo you have full control over your funds because only you… https://t.co/sgi5PheLrF

a month ago

Eidoo has been included among the members of the Capital Mar...

Eidoo has been included among the members of the Capital Markets and Technology Association. The mission is to faci… https://t.co/bYHyuO98mN

2 months ago

Today is the #GenesisBlock day for #bitcoin and we adhere to...

Today is the #GenesisBlock day for #bitcoin and we adhere to the Proof of Keys by @TraceMayer With Eidoo you are th… https://t.co/c0eO1ULHgj

2 months ago

@ironcoinx At the moment, the Eidoo Wallet Support team only...

@ironcoinx At the moment, the Eidoo Wallet Support team only provide assistance in English and Italian language. Pl… https://t.co/TkDUOQP8Jy

2 months ago

The Eidoo family wishes all its customers, Followers and Sub...

The Eidoo family wishes all its customers, Followers and Subscribers a Merry Crypto Christmas! #MerryChristmas!… https://t.co/SD1dBgt9sy

2 months ago

How will Users Handle your Tokens?

Up to this date, more than 2,000 various tokens were issued by ICOs. That’s a lot of tokens, but what do we do with them? In terms of usability, crypto and the blockchain can be compared with the DOS era of personal computers, when only computer geeks were comfortable in the environment. All that changed with the advent of Microsoft Windows. That was the point when the global adoption of home computers began. We’re currently in a similar position with blockchain projects. Most projects have utility tokens that are required when accessing their respective platforms, but it’s too hard for an average user to handle them. What can be done to improve user experience? We’ll try to find out in this article. Source: https://dilbert.com/ The problem: wallets for sophisticated users If you’ve ever opened a MyEtherWallet, you might understand the initial confusion that arises when you see 10 pages of warning messages, how to properly use it, and how not to lose all of your funds. When you dig deeper, you get bombarded with unknown words like “metamask”, ” JSON file”, “private key”, “mnemonic phrase”. Hold on a second! I just wanted to send my tokens to someone. Can I get something simpler? The current generation of crypto wallets expect their users to have some kind of a technical background. One of the proposed ways to use MyEtherWallet is to download the source code and run it locally. It gets even harder if you want to send Bitcoins - many wallets require downloading the whole blockchain in order to use the wallet, and some users may find this totally inconvenient. What does an average user want? They want to open the wallet without thinking about the underlying process, to conduct the transaction, and then close it. But trying to use all these decentralized projects demands the management of all these tokens. Source: https://www.statista.com/statistics/330695/number-of-smartphone-users-worldwide/ What is the easiest way to handle payments and funds for a modern user? Through a smartphone, of course! There are 2.5 billion smartphone users in the world today and 63% of all users prefer the mobile Internet over the old-fashioned desktop computers. So, the guaranteed way to spread adoption and facilitate blockchain usage is to release wallets for each token. So, how is this possible? Don’t consider it cryptocurrency, think of it as a resource To understand the kind of solution we need, we have to shift our outlook on utility tokens. Basically, these tokens were issued not to serve as some kind of currency, but to provide access to the functionality of decentralized applications. They can be compared to fuel in the car - you can trade it, but it has only value because it can be used to put the car in motion. Bloomberg’s Matt Levine also gave a good explanation about this, comparing utility tokens to a Starbucks card: “A Starbucks gift card is probably not a security, even though you pay money to a corporation for the card and expect to get back something in the future, because you are not investing the money in the expectation of profit: You’re investing it in the expectation of coffee.” There are various expectations from various decentralized applications: some advertisers can be interested in place ads on decentralized advertising platforms, such as the Brave ecosystem, or some businesses want to integrate crypto payments and decentralized billing, such as the Request Network, into their operations. Or maybe they simply want to subscribe to an interesting sports channel on a decentralized video platform like BOLT. Source: https://xkcd.com/ So it’s a bit more like certificates or loyalty points that can be exchanged to redeem something, right? If we treat utility tokens this way, we could make this conclusion - it’s perfectly natural for every store and company to release its own mobile app for storing and using these loyalty points. Now that we’ve established that, we can see the whole picture regarding utility tokens and their wallets. Only 10% of all utility tokens are actually being used and we can safely guess that the percentage of projects with actual token use AND their own wallets is even less. But at least we have great examples of such projects. Real examples of working application wallets Generally, all utility tokens can be handled via the same wallets, as the majority of them are built on Ethereum. So there’s a lot more wallets for managing these tokens out there, but here we only care about the convenience for the end user. Not many projects with ERC20 tokens bother to release a wallet, but there are some exceptions and by using these wallets the user experience becomes much better. Nebulas - It’s a “Google for the blockchain,” as some people call it, and it helps to search for various decentralized applications in various blockchains and rank them according to its own inner metrics. It has its own blockchain with smart contracts and it has a native token called NAS. This token can be used as a cu

2 months ago

@TronCoach @OnePlus_Support We would be very proud to be add...

@TronCoach @OnePlus_Support We would be very proud to be added as a default app on your devices! The Eidoo wallet a… https://t.co/oi0MQUK4Ck

2 months ago

Eidoo collaborated with @CambridgeAltFin for a new report ab...

Eidoo collaborated with @CambridgeAltFin for a new report about #crypto and exchanges. Read the full study here:… https://t.co/qkDZDOQc3Z

2 months ago

With Eidoo you have full control over your #digitalAssets. M...

With Eidoo you have full control over your #digitalAssets. Manage, send & receive multiple digital assets and alway… https://t.co/DVl1I1SK6N

2 months ago

#ODEM is proud to announce that @Eidoo (your #blockchain ass...

#ODEM is proud to announce that @Eidoo (your #blockchain asset experience) now offer's ODEM on their app! Eidoo all… https://t.co/v99NBktUzg

3 months ago

@Pigzbe is asking people to provide Eidoo seed. Don't do tha...

@Pigzbe is asking people to provide Eidoo seed. Don't do that. It's not safe for your funds & it's not something we… https://t.co/yKAXtHVcS5

3 months ago

Great meeting in #Milan a few days ago for the @CryptoCoinf....

Great meeting in #Milan a few days ago for the @CryptoCoinf. We presented new Eidoo features and our… https://t.co/tyotZIXxSl

3 months ago

It was great meeting in Milan: yesterday at @CryptoCoinf we ...

It was great meeting in Milan: yesterday at @CryptoCoinf we presented new Eidoo features and our holding… https://t.co/dTJh2K1TlU

3 months ago

Actually, you can store #BNB on Eidoo, and not to buy it on ...

Actually, you can store #BNB on Eidoo, and not to buy it on the app. This feature, however, will be added very soon… https://t.co/OAkRbayyGv

4 months ago

Our Eidoo wallet today is the first among the trending #fina...

Our Eidoo wallet today is the first among the trending #finance apps on the Google Play Store. Download the app tod… https://t.co/EuggvMEmvf

4 months ago

Justin Sun Explores "First Stablecoin in Tron Network"

Stablecoins are all the rage. Justin Sun, the founder of Tron, wants to know “who will be the first stablecoin in [the] Tron network?” His tweet generated many responses, with some followers interpreting it as Sun expecting a coin issuer to back their coin with TRX and others making suggestions for coins using Tron's blockchain. Separately, Eidoo has just announced a new stablecoin tied to the value of gold. Recently, Gemini exchange unveiled its U.S. dollar-backed Gemini Dollar. (GT)

5 months ago


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