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EOS can handle up to millions of operations per second. Another advantage of EOS is the ability to create decentralized applications that use so-called smart contracts. EOS also differs from other cryptocurrencies in the principle of confirming transactions and including them in the blockchain. Most cryptocurrencies operate on the principle of proof of work, in which they are connected to the end of the chain by so-called miners, ie owners of the computing power used to ensure the operation of the network of transactions of the cryptocurrency. One billion tokens are to be put into circulation gradually. One-fifth of them were distributed at the very beginning.


Eos (EOS) price for today $0.57


Market capitalization $1,178,077,592

Price movement

Price movement in the last 24 hours 0.64 %

POS ROI (Yearly)

POS return of investment yearly 4.38 %


24-hour trading volume $66,247,423.58.

POS ROI (Monthly)

POS return of investment montly 0.37 %

Eos price graph (6 month)

EOS Staking calculator

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How to stake Eos?

The creators of EOS came up with a completely new solution based on the so-called delegated proof of stake, in which there is a predetermined number of delegates. There are a total of 21 of them in the system and they are elected based on the votes of all cryptocurrency holders. The transactions are then confirmed by these "VIP users". The votes of EOS holders do not have the same weight. The more tokens you have, the more valuable your voice is. Thanks to this principle of transaction confirmation, it is possible to set zero transaction fees, much less electricity is consumed and at the same time the system remains fast and secure enough, says its creators. Due to long-term sustainability and security, delegates do not have a permanent position, but can be dismissed.