Should you invest in EOS?

Should you invest in EOS?

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EOS Blockchain is aiming to become a decentralized operating system which can support industrial-scale decentralized applications.

That sounds pretty amazing but what has really captured the public’s imagination is the following two claims:

They are planning to completely remove transaction fees.
They are claiming to have the ability to conduct millions of transactions per second.
So, let’s see what is behind all this hype. In this guide, we will talk about everything EOS. However, before we do so let’s WHY we need something like EOS. Let’s answer the following question.

https://blockgeeks.com/guides/eos-blockchain/

EOS Blockchain is aiming to become a decentralized operating system which can support industrial-scale decentralized applications.what has really captured the public’s imagination is the following two claims:

They are planning to completely remove transaction fees.
They are claiming to have the ability to conduct millions of transactions per second
Compared to that, Bitcoin manages just 3-4 transactions per second while Ethereum fairs slightly better at 20

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83 thoughts on “Should you invest in EOS?”

  1. Personally I'm on team underrated with a bunch of dapps already made and the biggest economy soon to open up again. Neo

    1. I thought i was fucked when i XRP at 2 cents then again when i bought iota at 52 cents – and again when i bought eos at 4 – IN THE END if the project is decent we are all early adopters right now, 400billion is nothing! hoddle

  2. Good idea to do these breakdowns. I like and hold EOS….
    Im interested in your breakdown of OMG, as well as PLR. Pillar is not a top coin, but overall I like the project. On the surface they have kind of a strange way of working, but it is working. Also there are other projects working individually on the same things, but Pillar is going beyond and combining more functions into one app. Wallet, privacy, messaging, transactions, commerce, etc. All while working to be compliant with the overlords. I think it has potential to be something really great in the future. I think Im most interested in seeing the 'crypto market' function. Somewhat of a crypto ebay or craigslist, except where the users know what crypto is instead of wanting to call the cops because the news told them it was for money laundering.

  3. Some good points about dapps, not convinced its fair to compare EOS to Bitcoin… or Cosmos. Also I don't understand your point about nodes costing 121mil a year…

  4. Either that site has the wrong marketcaps or coinmarketcap has the wrong numbers. Cause EOS has a MC of 15B on CoinMarketCAp

  5. The presentation would've sounded more credible and genuine if you substituted the word "fascinating" with "terrifying" and "interesting" with "idiotic".

  6. I love your videos, the content is excellent and I watch them all. Can you share your Token lean canvas model with me? I like to pass it on to my meet up group in NYC. Thank you

  7. Hey Ameer, i have to correct you in you thing. The bandwith for transaction and cost for dapps. When EOS can do 1M txps and you have 1% of EOS you can have 1% of the 1M txps. You have to lock your EOS. So for daps you have 2 choises you can buy EOS when you need more Tx and then sell EOS, so it can be for free, dependent on value of EOS. Or you can borrow some EOS. So one more use case for token.
    (Disclaimer: I dont have any EOS)

    1. Ameer Rosic that’s a valid point. It won’t be as cheap as you build a centralized app. It’s more like if you want to build a hotel you need to buy the land first.

  8. Ameer Rosic, using the EOS token to claim your portion of bandwidth on the network doesn't mean you lose the tokens. They're still your tokens. Staking them just proves you're entitled to that amount of bandwidth. If the startup fails, they can reclaim their tokens and sell them on the market.

    1. fco I know this. It's a very expensive initial capital that a daap should not insure.

      Makes it so that big token holders can just buy you out of bandwidth

  9. Ameer was the first YouTuber I liked when I first got into crypto. EOS market cap on that site is for the year 2050 not today.

  10. @7:50 @ameer rosic you dont actually buy bandwidth with your EOS tokens, the EOS token IS the amount of bandwidth you reserve. Ex, if you have 5 EOS tokens you get 5 tokens worth of storage, when your done with that storage you can delete it and get your tokens back.

    1. Yeah, this is right. Their idea is you get bandwidth proportional to the tokens your control. You don't actually give up control over them.

  11. Thanks for teaching us to fish rather than feeding us for a day. Really cool that you go through the analysis.Looking forward to more of these.

  12. BEST analysis of EOS Yet, ..Ameer this is a Great format, like your style, No BS approach , straight, informative & to the point.. looking forward to the other coin Shows. Thanks !

  13. Great vid Ameer look forward to more of this type of no shill analysis.I have speculated in EOS early on and one day most of it will go into satoshi

  14. Ameer, please check out Sureremit RMT. It is a very promising and no hype project which actually csn help developing coubtries. Cheers and always good to see you bro!

  15. Should one give investing advice in public with/out degrees in economics and can one be sued for doing so.

  16. Can you cover also Waves even thought it might not be in top 30 during this series. It looks they are really working

  17. you dont lose or use the tokens when staking for bandwidth so if the value goes up u can stop "using" it and sell it

  18. pretty pretty considerable video. huge kudos to you for this vid at these times. makes you really believable.
    – an EOS „fan“

  19. "I'm not gonna tell you what to invest in. I don't really give a shit about that". Yet, the title of the video. Smh

    1. I know that Ameer has a lot of knowledge and experience in the field, speaks with articulated thoughts. However, the way he speaks really put me off. He seems arrogant and and thinks very highly of himself.

  20. If making a video for 166k+ subscribers perhaps understand the basic economics of what you're reviewing. EOS is never spent to buy bandwidth. Holding EOS holds the rights to a percentage of network bandwidth, storage, and computing power proportion to how much of the network you own.

  21. I don’t think you buy bandwidth, you rent it. You get all your tokens back when there is no need for you needing bandwidth. And if that means Eos has gone up 10 folds in price your tokens are worth that much now

  22. You love Coin fx but you don’t have a clue how to use it. The eos marketcap it’s 15 bil not 27. Beside this, fu… about 4 times in 11 minutes???

  23. For storage and bandwidth you don’t spend, but stake. And marketcap in your video was not 27B (that’s 2050 inplied in your site).

    Love your model/template, but please be careful with presenting disinformation as facts 🙂

  24. God. I don't even know where to begin on all the crap you got wrong in this video. 1st voting is every 3 seconds, so you can change your vote at any time, they changed that like a month ago. Delegates and validators are not interchangeable terms. There are 21 delegates and 100 validators. You don't spend your EOS tokens for bandwidth. Your guaranteed bandwidth is based on the amount of EOS YOU hold in your wallet. You never have to sell them. Eos= bandwidth. If I'm on eth and need to pay gas to like a post on a social dap I am not going to do it. So there is huge incentive for daps to hold EOS. It means their users can use the app for free, the dap gains value through network effect. Your looking at 2050 implied volume. Wow, I could keep going but I just don't have the time. With this many followers you would think you would do a little more due diligence

  25. Will new ICOs start using eos instead of eth to raise money? Or will eth remain the coin of choice for icos

  26. The truth is that EOS will probably fail over time due to its sacrificing of security (centralizing) for the ability to pump/hype. The future of Web 3.0 is in the direction of sovereign-grade censorship resistant (actually decentralized) platforms, not EOS. So to answer the question it your title, probably no. See the following two articles for actual reasoning:

    https://medium.com/@Bitcom21/the-long-game-in-crypto-why-decentralization-matters-fd681ff5ed0

    https://vitalik.ca/general/2018/03/28/plutocracy.html

  27. EOS isn't so much a Blockchain, more like a raid of servers supporting a database. 13 nodes and delegates is not a Blockchain. Check out digibyte if you want to know what a true Blockchain is. Steem, similarly, is not a Blockchain. Nothing a database with redundancy doesn't provide. $40 million a night ICO money is a lot of money to an offshore company. I made a lot of money with EOS, more luck than judgement, glad I'm out.

  28. @ameerrosic your website that displays the coins are totally wrong the markt caps are wrong and a lot of other crucial information

  29. Mistake at 8:08 Your tokens don't go away when you "buy" the bandwidth. You can take them away whenever you want and do what you wish with them when you're done with the bandwidth.

  30. EOS is like real estate. Have you seen how many apps are on iTUNES and Google Play. DAPPS can also be a business like an AMAZON or ebay.

  31. Do Komodo KMD….a must do must do!! (Love this idea for a video series…you rock man! You drop the finest gems on the regular)

  32. How you are not as smart as you would like people to think! You don't know how the master nodes get paid? This clown is talking head with biggest jaws ever! Yikkkes what a freak!

  33. Token lockup is only 3 days,

    Eos won't only be used for DAPS,

    Eos can be used as cloud storage, tokens staked for storage are returned to the owner at which point the stop using the storage,

    Think about building websites on EOS 😉 think about a VPS+BLOCK CHAIN, decentralized unhackable internet

  34. Great Video! dude, make one video on PIVX’s new update! Basically they made a private savings account. Like, no one know you have the account. Pretty amazing too.

  35. the more dapps get released the more tokens get locked up – you no what that means 😀 — WHY even host a website in the way that we do when you can host it on eos.

  36. I’d start with Vechain. It is going to overtake EOS and replace ethereum. Very few youtubers are covering. In June main net will be released and right from the start it will the most widely adopted blockchain used by enterprise – and these companies are Fortune 500 companies. Also add to that list – the Chinese government. Don’t let your subscribers be left unaware.

  37. What mph 1981 said:God. I don't even know where to begin on all the crap you got wrong in this video. 1st voting is every 3 seconds, so you can change your vote at any time, they changed that like a month ago. Delegates and validators are not interchangeable terms. There are 21 delegates and 100 validators. You don't spend your EOS tokens for bandwidth. Your guaranteed bandwidth is based on the amount of EOS YOU hold in your wallet. You never have to sell them. Eos= bandwidth. If I'm on eth and need to pay gas to like a post on a social dap I am not going to do it. So there is huge incentive for daps to hold EOS. It means their users can use the app for free, the dap gains value through network effect. Your looking at 2050 implied volume. Wow, I could keep going but I just don't have the time. With this many followers you would think you would do a little more due diligence

  38. Dude… you are clueless about EOS :()I am SW developer and I have EOS test instance running on my VM. I don't even know where to begin correcting your claims …

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  40. Great video! You didn’t get everything right, but you were closed. The current market cap of EOS is not $27bill, it’s $15bill atm. You are looking at the Y2050 MC. Some of the block producers will burn the token rewards as a way to give back to the community and spread it evenly among all the EOS holders.If you spend a little more time learning about EOS, you might change your mind about the project.

  41. Hi friend Ameer …I want to speak about Typerium.. Can I and can you please reply me dear.. I am Nitin From India and want know your about it.. Please let me know .. I am waiting for your reply

  42. How come if this video was uploaded on april 30th, by then you already knew about TRON. Why didn´t you include it in the competition list?

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