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EOS Casinos can’t compete against the king coin {BTC}; Everipedia solidifies bond with EOSIO


EOSGames has had a mixed run due to BTC Casinos being the preferred choice. You may remember the EOSBet fiasco, which is still ongoing. Even though the ecosystem itself is fast [transactions occur in a second] and signing up isn’t necessary, most people have claimed that their experience has rarely been profitable.

EOS remains the leading name housing a massive number of dApps. In recent times, WINK which operated under TRON has been gaining a ton of popularity. Although we should be careful about abiding by Justin Sun, who has proven to be a chameleon in the system.

The ICO conducted by was able to bring in $170 million. EOS was established as Ethereum proved to be a flawed platform for smart-contract development. Larry Sanger, who served as a co-founder for WikiPedia is presently at the helm of Everipedia. A week ago, he had spoken about a few problems plaguing the EOS chain. Sanger later clarified his comments, stating that he and Everipedia have no intention of abandoning the EOS network.

Everipedia was updated a few weeks ago. EOS has always been a secure blockchain; this hasn’t changed in the last two years. Though, its ability to compete against Ethereum has diminished with the passage of time.

EOS is ranked at #8 underneath Binance Coin in the market for now. The price dipped slightly at a rate of 0.30% in the course of the past 24-hours. The trading volume recorded is $1.511 billion, whereas the supply has 929,583,641 EOS coins in play. As of this moment, the total market cap of EOS is $2.991 billion. EOS is priced at $3.22.

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