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New Update to BBT Distribution Model
New Update to BBT Distribution Model

We’ve been following the number of signups on BlockBase monthly airgrabs for three and a half months now, and we’ve noticed a big drop on the number of signups. The first airgrab had 20k signups, from which 10k accounts were selected, the second had 27k signups where 15k accounts selected, but the third one had only 5k signups and only 2.5k accounts selected. We’re on airgrab #4 now, and currently only 1.2k accounts have signed up for the airgrab.

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January 23, 2020

BlockBase is running on EOS Jungle Test Net
BlockBase is running on EOS Jungle Test Net

BlockBase is running on EOS Jungle Test Net! This is a big milestone on our development roadmap. We are currently focused on testing the sidechains consensus mechanism.

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January 15, 2020

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BlockBase Airgrab #3 Distribution Results

The token distribution for Airgrab #3 will start tomorrow, January 11, around 07:00 EST. This airgrab had 5,015 signups which is the lowest number so far on BlockBase's airgrabs. Because of that, all participants that followed the rules and that weren't banned will receive much more BBT than the participants from previous airgrabs.

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January 10, 2020

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Two new rules for airgrabbing after December 20

The goal of BlockBase’s airgrab is to have a broad and fair distribution of tokens. That’s why it was designed with a 24-month period, where any account can grab. Unfortunately, this model has suffered from abuse twice now, on airgrab #1 and on airgrab #2. Our analysis tools enabled us to detect thousands of accounts that belonged to the same entities, which were used to mass register.

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December 17, 2019

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BlockBase Airgrab #2 Distribution Results

The token distribution for airgrab #2 will start tomorrow, on December 11, around 10:00 EST. We had again many abusive registrations, similar to what happened on airgrab #1. As said before, the goal of BlockBase’s airgrab is to have a fair and broad distribution of tokens. Registration abuse isn’t in any way aligned with the goal of that distribution model. Therefore, all accounts marked as abusive won’t receive any tokens and won’t be able to register on future airgrabs.

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December 10, 2019

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BlockBase Year One in Review

BlockBase has earned its deserved attention on the EOS community and on the tech media this first year of project development. Being an innovative project for the secure storage of databases on blockchain, that was also funded by the EU, and that brought a new airgrab model for its token, brought a lot of interest from the public. Many things have happened during the last year.

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November 27, 2019

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BlockBase Airgrab #1 Distribution Results

Today, BlockBase started the distribution of BBT tokens for airgrab #1. We had many abusive registrations and in order to protect the goal of having a fair and broad distribution of tokens, we had to resort to not transferring tokens to all accounts that were marked as abusive. Find the current distribution results here.

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November 11, 2019

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BlockBase Airgrab #1 Status Report

Today, BlockBase main EOS account blockbasetkn issued 6428572 BBT for distribution. This corresponds to 1/7th of 45% of 100M BBT. These tokens will be distributed after the first airgrab ends on November 8th, and we think it’s time we made an official status report on it.

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October 29, 2019

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BlockBase Token Distribution Roadmap tl;dr Version

On the 8th of October BlockBase started its first airgrab. It was a very special event for BlockBase and it started with a bang.

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October 14, 2019

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BlockBase Token Distribution Roadmap

The development of BlockBase has been a very enriching experience for our team. Since its inception in 2017, we’ve gone through many important and special milestones.

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September 9, 2019

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Use cases for Sidechains

The scalability problem is one that has plagued the Blockchain community since the very early days of Bitcoin. Due to the nature of decentralization and proof-of-work security, the speed at which transactions can be approved and included in the blockchain is naturally limited, and there’s only so much you can do by increasing block sizes and reducing the time between each block.

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August 29, 2019

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Proof of Stake as a replacement to Proof of Work

With the introduction of Bitcoin, a new paradigm called blockchain emerged that had the possibility of providing a long range of services without the need for a central authority to control and to ensure the security and the integrity of the system.

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August 6, 2019

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There’s Nothing Wrong with Powerful Producers

On June 17, 2018 7 EOS accounts were frozen. From that moment on, EOS started getting negative criticism for allowing producers to freeze accounts. But is this really a problem?

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June 18, 2019

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Why Smart Contracts Matter

Blockchain technology is considered as one of the biggest innovations of this century given its effects on several sectors, from finance to education as well as videogames. Contrary to what many people might think, blockchain technology didn’t appear with Bitcoin, its history dates to the early 90’s.

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May 22, 2019

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Why BlockBase

In today’s organizations information is distributed and replicated by various computer systems, each with different levels of security, all of which being subject to hacking or social engineering attacks.

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May 22, 2019