EOS Telegram Summary 1/4/18 - Larimer, Zuckerberg, and Meltdown

January 4th started with the usual EOS general hype over small things, mixed in with some complaints about Dawn 3.0 being released later than expected. That's when Dan appeared:




Delays make some Telegram users gloomy but Dan was there to lift spirits:



Other users were more cheerful:

Dan's pep talk seemed to be working:


Before he left Dan clarified his "legendary" reference from the other day and ended it with another positive note:

This enthusiastic member never received an answer to his question:

Gilgamesh shared two links on approval voting (first and second):

General chat enjoyed sharing the crypto news piece about Facebook; this from block.one CEO Brendan Blumer's Twitter:

And Thomas Cox of block.one made an announcement:

EOSIO Governance chat rolled to life; Thomas Cox is encouraging anyone interested in helping build the EOS constitution to read Governing the Commons by Elinor Ostrom - link to pdf of the book online: http://wtf.tw/ref/ostrom_1990.pdf

And Sam sees rental cars on the blockchain:

BlockPros discussed the horrifying Meltdown flaw and its effect on EOS:

Thomas Cox of block.one clears up misconceptions about what they will and will not do to help launch EOS:

Finally, over in EOS Developers block.one employee Phil Mesnier made an announcement:

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