BM's "Summer Vacation" is finally over, and releases EOSIO 2 candidate.

In the early hours of the morning, officially released a candidate version of EOSIO 2. As early as the June conference, released EOSIO 2, which aims to support industry-standard authentication by developing a custom engine called EOS VM, and providing tools that greatly increase developer engagement. Improve the developer experience. After a lapse of April, EOSIO 2 is finally coming.

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The core content of this update is the EOS VM. The EOS VM is a high-performance WebAssembly (WASM) engine designed for applications built on EOSIO. Internal benchmarks show that compared to EOSIO 1.0, the release of EOS VMs has improved performance by a factor of 16 and greatly increased the processing speed of smart contracts.

In addition, EOSIO is now the first blockchain protocol to adopt the WebAuthn authentication standard, bringing greater security and usability to applications built on the EOSIO platform. WebAuthn allows users to authenticate and sign transactions in a browser using a hardware device without the need to install extensions or other software on the user device.

At the same time, after the launch of the developer's quick start tool EOSIO Quickstart Web IDE, new developers can get started from getting started to development in minutes.

Dan Larimer, Chief Technology Officer of, said:

“ is fulfilling our commitment to EOSIO 2. With enhanced performance and support for the latest web authentication standards, we are making it easier for the public to use blockchain applications. Expandable by reducing costs and increasing protocols. Sex, continues to make EOSIO the fastest, safest and easiest to use protocol on the market today."

The four main components of EOSIO 2 include:


This is a high-performance WebAssembly (WASM) engine dedicated to blockchain applications that increases the efficiency of system resources when dealing with smart contracts. In's internal benchmarks, the EOS VM improved performance by 16 times in smart contract processing speed compared to Binaryen (released with EOSIO 1.0).

EOSIO Quickstart Web IDE

This is a new web-based development tool for building EOSIO applications designed to dramatically reduce the barriers that new developers face when entering the EOS ecosystem. The EOSIO Quickstart Web IDE is now in the Alpha support phase, and developers can set up the EOSIO Quickstart Web IDE in minutes and run it in any browser, regardless of the RAM and CPU-related system.

Support for WebAuthn

EOSIO's support for WebAuthn is an important step toward secure and seamless transaction signatures, eliminating the need to track private keys or other account information. After the new release, developers can start testing the transaction signature using WebAuthn in their EOSIO application.

Support for weighted threshold multi-signature block production

In order to provide block producers with a complete high availability solution to effectively maintain block production, EOSIO 2 supports Weighted Threshold Multi-Signature Block Production. Block producers can securely sign blocks in a flexible scheme by leveraging the Permission Layer (multi-block signature key) without sharing any sensitive data.

Since the release of new products and updates at the B1 conference in June this year, has been relatively quiet. In the following July and August, there was also little movement and sound of Community users even joked that BM and BB went on summer vacation. At the same time, as the highlight of the June conference, the social media application Voice thunder is loud, the rain is small, and it has not been seen with the users. The released the EOSIO2 candidate version, and finally began to honor its commitment, the market is also positive. QKL123 data shows that EOS temporarily reported 3.21 US dollars, a 24-hour increase of 10.66%, leading a number of mainstream currencies.

As completes the EOS 1.8 version update, and the SEC reached a settlement, launched EOSIO 2, the majority of grapefruit powder, your faith has been recharged?

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