rendikedung
about 1 month ago  Karma: 33
About EOS wallet

Can anyone explain about RAM, CPU and Net

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rendikedung
about 1 month ago  Karma: 33
About EOS wallet

Can anyone explain about RAM, CPU and Net

Screenshot_2.jpg

en
wallet
#EOS

2 ANSWERS
gleb.golov
23 days ago Karma: -1

Those are the three network resources that the blockchain offers to you when you stake your EOS tokens.
Staking is the process of locking a portion or entirety of your tokens for a period of time.
The more you stake, the more resources you can obtain for your operations on the network.

The network doesn't charge any transaction fee to its users and instead leverages those resources to cover its cost.

CPU represents how much processing time you can use to execute transactions from you wallet and the NET represents the volume of transactions you can perform.
RAM is used to store records on the blockchain like your account info and dApps states.

Those are the three network resources that the blockchain offers to you when you stake your EOS tokens.
Staking is the process of locking a portion or entirety of your tokens for a period of time.
The more you stake, the more resources you can obtain for your operations on the network.

The network doesn't charge any transaction fee to its users and instead leverages those resources to cover its cost.

CPU represents how much processing time you can use to execute transactions from you wallet and the NET represents the volume of transactions you can perform.
RAM is used to store records on the blockchain like your account info and dApps states.

Dwood023
about 1 month ago Karma: -4

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