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Can you tell what shape you see?
That’s right, it keeps changing, you’re changing it.
The patterns depend on your individual set of variables.
Just like blockchain morphs along with your actions.
It’s an infrastructure for your ideas.

Don’t play the system. Be the system.

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_Latest news

TOKENIKA - Official candidacy for the EOS Block Producer node, full specification.
![tokenika_SM_youtube.png](https://steemitimages.com/DQmR3vgL2dQCnDE2GCrt2cP9g4n3WnNtDzn2LXH5CvRcArY/tokenika_SM_youtube.png) ### 1. PUBLIC PRESENCE https://tokenika.io Social Media accounts: * [https://steemit.com/@tokenika](https://steemit.com/@tokenika) * https://github.com/tokenika * https://twitter.com/tokenika_io ### 2. ID ON STEEMIT * Official block producer candidate name: Tokenika * Location of company headquarters: Warsaw, Poland * Expected location of servers:…
Introducing EOSFactory, an EOS smart-contract development and testing framework
![EOSFactory logo.png](https://steemitimages.com/DQmPLfUCN167csXfJAghoyzSWvtjoMBXctMshcuxAdiXUws/EOSFactory%20logo.png) Since autumn 2017 [Tokenika](https://tokenika.io) has been putting in extensive efforts towards creating a Python-based EOS smart contract development platform, allowing for easy creation, testing, and deployment of smart contracts. As EOS was evolving, we got used to…

_who are we?

Never stop evolving.

Tokenika is an IT company set up by a group of crypto-space entrepreneurs based in Poland, one of the largest crypto-markets in Europe.

The world is changing, and we make the change possible. We started with Bitcoin, then we became early adopters of BitShares, MaidSafe, Ethereum & Steem. Now we bet on EOS, the first-ever blockchain operating system.

We’ve been watching Dan Larimer’s DPOS-based projects since 2014. It was only natural to align our business activity with EOS from its very inception.

_What we do?

Contributing
to EOS ecosystem

We’re creating EOS FACTORY – a smart-contract development framework. It’s going to have a similar functionality to Ethereum’s Truffle Framework. Also, we’re the team behind EOS PROJECTS, a comprehensive directory of apps, sites and tools in the EOS ecosystem, and EOS PROBE, an advanced block explorer for EOS.

Contributing
to EOS publicity

We spread the word. EOS is the future – we present it at high-profile events [Blockchain Connect in Warsaw] and at blockchain meetups in Poland & Europe [WarsawWrocławŁódźPoznańSzczecinOslo].

Bringing businesses to EOS

We provide consultancy services for companies that consider building or migrating large-scale businesses to EOS. To-date cooperation includes work with Parsec FrontiersBuilder CommerceSend Gold.

Building EOS
infrastructure

We aim to be elected as one of EOS block producers [aka EOS witness]. We have the experience & infrastructure required for this role – thanks to a close partnership with a top Steem witness.

Our own dApp on EOS

We’ve set out to create our own dApp to be deployed on EOS. We’re taking advantage of the opportunities opened up by the European PSD2 legislation by creating Sygnet, a cryptographic identity verification tool & authentication system.

Blockchain-based fundraising

Inspired by some of the best dApps currently being built on Ethereum [NeufundMelonport], we’re joining forces with Speedup Group, an established VC fund, to make the process of blockchain-based fundraising [aka ICO] more civilized & transparent.

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_why blockchain?

Blockchain is a simple concept.

Essentially it’s nothing more than a database without an owner, or an irreversible public record, replicated across multiple computers all over the world. Yes, it’s a simple construct, yet its consequences are profound & multidimensional. Quite similar to the impact the invention of Internet had 20 years ago.

Blockchain is much more than just a platform for creating virtual currencies and raising funds.

Why? The nature of blockchain enables creating very smart incentive schemes which can make people act efficiently and fairly – because they want to, not because they are forced to.

What’s an incentive scheme? Imagine you have a bar of chocolate. You have to share it with someone else. How to make sure you’re both equally satisfied? Let one person divide the chocolate, and the other choose one of the two pieces. This is a cheat-proof system – the only viable strategy is to act fairly.

Many aspects of blockchain extend much further than most of us realize:

Blockchain is the ultimate implementation of freedom of speech. Whatever you put in the blockchain, stays there forever. Nobody has the power to remove it. Ever. In a way, blockchain acts like the first-ever indestructible printing press.

Blockchain introduces some new paradigms. It fuses the concept of user and shareholder into one entity. It also allows multiple competing user interfaces to be connected to the same underlying database. Never in the history of the Internet has something like that been possible – until now.

Blockchain introduces a new type of economy: businesses powered by constant economic growth. Contrary to conventional businesses, blockchain-based ones no longer need to keep their finances in balance. Instead, they can survive by constantly issuing new shares, provided they can grow faster than the rate of share issuance, which in most cases is a viable condition.

_why dpos?

What is DPOS?

At the very core of every blockchain there needs to be a consensus mechanism. This allows multiple entities running the blockchain to establish one version of truth.

There are many ways to reach it – Delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS) is one of them.

DPOS uses stakeholder approval voting for resolving consensus issues. Block producers are elected by the token holders, each voting according to their stake, and each able to revoke their vote any time they want.

Why focus on DPOS?

DPOS has its deficiencies, yet we believe it offers the best trade-off one can make in a decentralized environment. It’s the fastest, most efficient, most decentralized, and most flexible consensus model available.

And what’s most crucial, DPOS has been proven to work in real-life situations. It has turned out to be resilient and extremely efficient in various aspects, including processing power and decentralized governance.

Furthermore, by carefully splitting tasks & responsibilities, it’s designed to protect all participants against unwanted regulatory interference.

Which blockchain systems use DPOS?

As of now, DPOS, or its variations, is being used in several projects in the blockchain industry.

It was first introduced in BitShares back in 2014 and Steem implemented it in 2016. Since then, several other projects embraced Dan Larimer’s invention, including LiskCardanoArk & Loom. Needless to say, DPOS is going to be a crucial part of EOS.

_why eos?

It all started with Bitcoin, which is about simple payments. Then came Ethereum, which is about smart-contracts, i.e. automating those simple payments and making them conditional. And now we have EOS, which is about turning those smart-contracts into full-blown decentralized applications.

In other words, EOS is about building real-life businesses on the blockchain. It takes the notion of smart-contracts to the next level, by providing an operating system on which they can run.

In a way, it’s similar to what Android or IOS did for the smartphone.

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