Why is it beneficial for EOS token holders to stake with the Eden Proxy?
To amplify the voice of the EOS community. By coming together and pushing in the same direction we can achieve maximum results.
You can now stake your tokens alongside fellow EOS and Eden community members with the collective ideology to deliver the best possible future for the EOS ecosystem. Our talented Block Producers (BP), who do amazing work, sometimes go unnoticed and don’t receive the recognition they deserve.
By using eosrate.io Eden member’s subjective views are collected as they rate EOS BPs. These ratings are then used to select which BPs the Eden Member’s Approved Proxy votes for.
This is Eden on EOS: Empowering the EOS Community, Amplifying our Voice, and Delivering Results.
Both Eden Member’s Approved Proxies (Rewards and Donate) vote for the same Block Producers.
By choosing the REWARDS proxy, if the BPs selected return rewards, those rewards will be paid back to the token holder similar to traditional APR earning proxies.
A key difference to keep in mind here is BPs won’t be selected for maximum APR, but instead selected by their ranking from Eden Member’s scores.
This proxy is named: edenproxyrew
By choosing the DONATION proxy, if the BPs selected return rewards, those rewards will be donated to current Eden on EOS treasury.
All movement of funds will be tracked and regularly presented to the community. The method and frequency of this is TBD, but likely monthly updates will be presented on this site, will occur inline with BP ranking updates, and will be similar to updates previously provided by Chris from the first trial Eden election.
This proxy is named: edenproxydon
On Saturday, July 17 2021, the second trial Eden on EOS election took place. Chris Barnes was duly elected and delegated to move forward with the initiative of creating and operating an Eden Member’s Approved Proxy.
Chris has accepted this mandate with the goal of launching the proxy in advance of the first official Eden on EOS election to take place in the fall of 2021.
UPDATE: The first Official Eden Election is scheduled for 13:00 UTC on October 9, 2021.
Chris first proposed this idea in a forum post on July 2, 2021.
List of BPs in vote order. Each BP listed with high level info stats (location, web site, Ownership disclosure), Node information, Health (Email, logo, BP Json), and any Social links.
Filter BPs based on various KPI: Regproducer, API Endpoints, P2P Endpoints, bp.json, dfuse etc...
Various reports that can be viewed: Endpoints, Resources, Socials, Branding, API Versions, Country, Endpoints config.ini, and Errors Reports.
Graphical display of BP CPU Execution time. Time frame can be toggled from 3hrs to All Time. Individual BPs can be selected or filtered out from the display.
List of BPs by vote count. Each BP is listed with it's endpoint locations if available. This for API, SSL, and P2P.
Global view of all EOS nodes. Can also sort by the top 21 producing blocks, and full nodes.
On Saturday, October 9, the first official Eden on EOS election took place. The winners from that election are known as the “Chief Delegates” with Aaron Cox being selected as the Head Chief Delegate.
The projects for each Chief Delegate are:
Check out the Eden on EOS community page to see the election results HERE.
This is an ongoing series of EOS BP interviews. In each interview BP representatives tell us: about themselves, about the history of their BP, what they are most proud of with their BP, what excites them the most about the future of the EOS blockchain, and what can EOS token holders do help them and/or the EOS blockchain itself.
Each month the current state of Eden member’s rankings of BPs from the eosrate.io tool is collected.