EOS Quick-start [Part 3] — Voting for Block Producers

This is part 3 of EOS quick-start. Please makesure you have completed [Part 2] Install from sources and have all requirements installed. Before we begin First things first: By voting you are accepting the EOS Constitution. Make sure you have read it! As we already stated in [Part 1] Introduction, EOS is in many ways a social experiment in governance. One of the aspects of this is voting for block producers and you vote matters. [Read More]

EOS quick-start. [Part 2] — Install from sources.

This is part 2 of EOS quick-start. Please refer to [ Part 1 ] Introduction for basic information on EOS.IO

Installation and configuration

In EOS.IO there are three main progreams that weare going to use througout this tutorials:

  • nodeos is n EOS node daemon
  • keosd is a wallet keys daemon
  • cleos is a cli - command line interface tool

Option 1. Run Docker image

This is the simplest and easiest way. Just run the following command to get into EOS enabled shell:

docker run -it eosio/eos:latest /bin/bash

Option 2. Build using build script

So according to the README on https://github.com/EOSIO/eos, all I need to do to run local testnet is:

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