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Freewallet continues its series of guides for crypto beginners. In this article we will talk about EOS coin and why it is called the Ethereum killer.eos
Take a look at what's been happening recently at Freewallet. We've got a lot of new developments to share.
The Freewallet team was one of the first to support EOS, adding it to our Multi-currency wallet right away. We have also subsequently released an EOS wallet for Android especially for EOS enthusiasts. Our customers have enjoyed fee-free and secure transactions within the Freewallet ecosystem and now they can send EOS to other wallets absolutely free of charge.eos
We’re happy to announce that we have released the new EOS Wallet for iOS and Android where you can store, send and receive the new EOS coins operated on its mainnet and — most importantly — perform all transactions completely free of charge!eoswallet
On June 1st, 2018 Block.one, the company behind EOS, will distribute the last block of EOS tokens. On that day at 22:59:59 UTC, all EOS Tokens will become fixed (ie. frozen) and will be non-transferrable on the Ethereum blockchain. Before that happens, you can either exchange your EOS Tokens for another cryptocurrency or wait until a new blockchain is created.eos