LiquidEOS, an Israel-based EOS block producer with bare metal data centers, aims to develop solutions to improve the cryptocurrency platform’s mainnet efficiency while also helping to make it more secure and scalable. On October 7th, LiquidEOS published a post on Medium in which it noted that “language and cultural barriers continue to act as roadblocks to truly globalized communities.”
The Israeli block producer (BP) also mentioned that eastern and western EOS BPs “remain divided by different languages, business cultures, and preferences or access to various communication platforms.”
"Limited Access To Information"
Per LiquidEOS, EOS BPs located in different areas throughout the world have “limited access to information” regarding the progress others in the EOS ecosystem are making. Specifically, the BPs are not well-informed about what others in their global community are doing in terms of development of decentralized applications (DApps), “technical innovation”, and blockchain infrastructure improvements.
LiquidEOS further noted that it has been “observing these widening perception gaps and is committed to helping bridge this divide in order to help create a more informed and unified global EOS community.”
To improve communication between eastern and western EOS BPs, LiquidEOS has announced the launch of Project EOS Bridge - which intends to work collaboratively with EOS BPs and the crypto platform’s community members in order to “gather relevant information about recent developments in local communities.”
LiquidEOS also plans to share the information it obtains from EOS community members by publishing a bi-weekly update that will inform the crypto’s users about “trending topics” while “engaging those who are interested in cross-border feedback.”
"More Granular Transparency"
Given that EOS users speak many different languages, the Project EOS Bridge updates will be “translated in as many languages as possible.” According to LiquidEOS, this initiative allows for “more granular transparency around local landscapes” - as it will keep community members more informed about the ongoing developments in EOS’s global community.
To help “create a constant flow of high-quality information” between eastern and western BPs and DApp developers, LiquidEOS plans “to clarify issues early” while also increasing “mutual understanding” among the cryptocurrency’s community members.
Currently, the following EOS BPs have joined LiquidEOS’s effort to help improve communication between the platform’s diverse group members: EOS Cannon (Shanghai, China), EOSYS (South Korea), EOS Lao Mao (Japan), and JEDA (Japan). These contributors are referred to as “EOS Bridge Builders”.
Those interested in participating in LiquidEOS’s inititiative can join its Telegram official channel.