It is the moment of breakthrough for the EOS community as the total number of EOS mainnet accounts hits a tangible milestone, coupled with the release of EOSIO version 2.0.
According to the data revealed by DAppTotal.com, the EOS mainnet has recently hit a milestone with the record of 1.7 million accounts.
This information appeared first on coinness, the crypto news aggregator. According to the report, the number of EOS mainnet accounts reached was inferred on 11th January 2020 at 14:20 UTC. Possibly, more accounts would have been registered.
EOSIO Version 2.0 Released
According to the update made available on Twitter by Block.one some hours ago via its official Twitter handle, the EOSIO 1.0 has been updated to EOSIO 2.0.
The new version promises enhanced security, stability, and some necessary fixes. More information on the new release can be inferred from the release note made available on GitHub.
The brilliant work done on EOSIO version 2.0 is said to have developers in mind. The major target is to make it faster, secure and simpler for developers to build on EOSIO.
The recently released EOSIO 2 also comes with the newest EOS VM integration and WebAuthn support to bolster its performance.
EOS and other Cryptocurrencies in the Market
The market has been in the green zone as top digital currencies experience unrelenting price appreciation in the past hours. There is a possibility for price uptrend consolidation. None of the top coins is ready to lag behind in this frenzied moment in the cryptocurrency market.
EOS, the largest digital currency by market capitalization is one of the best performers among the top 10 cryptocurrencies so far. At press time, EOS is trading at $3.07, with a relatively 6% price increase in the last 24 hours.
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