Who are we?
GenerEOS is a social enterprise block producer candidate whose purpose is to promote and support scalable and extremely reliable block production whilst giving back block rewards to charities.
Re-engineer the way funds are distributed to charities, through the introduction of fully transparent smart contracts and DApps. This revolutionary way of bringing a community together as a co-operative is made possible by the EOS.IO platform. We strongly believe we are at the forefront of a new era of bringing decentralised technology into the mainstream.
Based out of Sydney, Australia
GenerEOS is founded by a team of like minded blockchain enthusiasts with diverse professional backgrounds and a passion to make a difference in the world by giving back.
Below diagram illustrates the infrastructure architecture that we at GenerEOS are working towards. We are using AWS and GCP cloud providers to set up our redundant fail-safe infrastructure. A load balancer connects our block producer infrastructure to the rest of the EOS block producer network. Additionally, cloud provider internal load balancers will provide failover within AWS and GCP respectively. A detailed solution is still in development and is being discussed with other BP candidates who are trying to solve the very same problem. Additionally to the producing nodes, we will provide an array of non-producing service nodes which are fully load-balanced across cloud providers and are used to serve EOS users such as DApps and Wallet implementations.
In Dan Larimer’s latest Medium post he proposes to start with a much smaller RAM configuration than most BP candidates were planning to provide. Dan proposes to start with as low as 32 GB of RAM to avoid buying up all available RAM at once by investors speculating on increasing RAM prices. This approach is supported by Team GenerEOS but needs to be discussed with and agreed on by the community of block producer candidates. For more information on our infrastructure planning, testnet participation and thoughts on the EOS BIOS process, please visit our GenerEOS steemit account.
What is POOR? The poormantoken was created to address an early need in the EOS ecosystem. As RAM prices skyrocketed during early speculation airdrops required as much as $250,000 USD to be completed. Many airdrops also see very low user participation making these high...read more
Horus Pay is now available on EOSToolkit.io GenerEOS is proud to introduce yet another new feature on EOSToolkit.io. Now you can stake and unstake HorusPay and well as claim ECASH. What is Horus Pay? Horus Pay is a decentralised Global Payroll Portal that allows...read more
GenerEOS partners up with the Worbli Network GenerEOS are strong believers in Block.One and Daniel Larimer's vision of having exponential blockchains that communicate together as one. We believe sister chains and daughter chains of the EOS mainnet are extremely...read more
GenerEOS are expanding! We have been extremely busy behind the scenes, involving ourselves in as many exciting EOS projects as possible. It's crazy what has already been achieved in such a short amount of time, we cannot wait to see what's in store for the rest of the...read more
The Poorman Token (POOR) "Airgrab" was invented as an opt-in alternative to the well-known “Airdrop” model. RAM is an essential component for dApp developers, especially when conducting Airdrops. The high cost of Airdrops has created a high barrier to entry, creating...read more
Introducing The EOS Help Desk! We have teamed up with Blockgenic to create a comprehensive EOS Help Desk for everything EOS related. After building EOSToolkit.io there have been endless requests for technical and non-technical issues that token holders are facing on a...read more