There are many interesting projects in the crypto world and EOS happens to be one of them. This coin is among the 10 top ‘hot’ coins and is a huge competitor to Ethereum smart contract/dApp enabled blockchain. They currently have released their Testnet application environment where scalable dApps can be built and tested in a public environment. At this point, EOS investment looks really promising.
The platform sees the transfer of digital values across the internet without an intermediary using the blockchain as phenomenal, and that it can change almost everything including the internet as we know it. The major problems being addressed by this project is scalability in dApp projects.
The philosophy is hinged on the experience of previous works like BITSHARES and STEEM by EOS’s CTO - Dan Larimer, together with Brenden Blumer, CEO of this project started it with a more practical approach in mind such as free market solutions to secure life, liberty, and property.
It seems to be popular as it is listed on over 15 exchanges and having about 54 trading pairs across different exchanges. Buying this crypto will not be hard if you already have BTC, ETH USDT, WAVES, DODGE, or even USD. It’s as simple as registering on the exchanges where the coin is listed and sending your liquid asset to the exchange wallet and exchanging it for EOS.
To store your newly added asset outside of the exchange platform, you will need an ERC-20 compatible wallet, as there is currently no official wallet that’s released yet. There are desktop and hardware wallets that can accept the storage of the coin but there will be a need to sync with MyEtherWallet. Very few mobile apps can store the coin for you. But the best way to store an asset of this type is to use MyEtherWallet or a hardware device.