On the 6th, open source software publisher Block.one announced ‘EOSIO Dawn 3.0’, a block-chain platform based on extensibility in feudal hub.
Earlier this month, Block One and FinTech Incubator FinLab AG in Germany announced a $ 100 million partnership to develop EOS software.
“We think we have achieved inter-block-chain communication that we think is the ultimate goal in the block-chain industry,” EOS said in a medium.
In particular, Dawn 3.0 is said to have added the ability to ‘speed up processing without hard fork through parallel computation’ that is not listed in the existing white paper. In addition, the ‘User-configurable delay’ function, which allows hackers to know the hacker before the transaction is handled, is a key feature added.
The EOSIO platform with a 5-second block interval can be used without tokens on private and authorized block chains and consists of several simple lines of code.
Meanwhile, EOS concluded its announcement to encourage the EOSIO public network to operate as many chains as possible to maximize the network effect of tokens and meet user needs.