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Cross-chain EOS Has Hit the Mainnet!

Published by Noah Maizels on

We welcome the EOS community to use WEOS through the Wanchain official wallet and for developers to learn more about how this release connects EOS to the rest of the blockchain world

The WEOS token is now available for cross chain transactions on the Wanchain mainnet! You can now manage your native EOS account including CPU, NET, and RAM, directly through the Wanchain wallet, and can transact with cross-chain WEOS tokens on the Wanchain Mainnet through the Wan Wallet’s cross chain interface.

Click here to download the Wanchain Wallet 1.2.0 with cross-chain EOS support.

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The integration of WEOS to the Wanchain network is a major step forward for Wanchain. As the second largest smart contract and DAPP platform after Ethereum, EOS in an incredibly important segment of the public blockchain ecosystem, both economically and technologically. The Wanchain community looks forward to more interactions and integrations with the EOS community and ecosystem moving forward, and we welcome the EOS community and developers to work together with us! We encourage EOS users to check out the Wanchain wallet and explore both its EOS based functions as well as the WEOS cross-chain implementation on the Wanchain blockchain itself.

We believe that the integration of EOS through Wanchain is just as significant to the Wanchain ecosystem as it is to the EOS ecosystem. This integration unlocks a wide range of new possibilities for EOS, as it is now possible for EOS to interact with tokens from other chains including WAN, BTC, ETH, and many ERC20 tokens. With a number of Wanchain based DEXes around the corner, it’s only a matter of time until EOS can be traded on decentralized platforms against other major cryptocurrencies. In addition to trading on DEXes, we envision a wide range of other possibilities which will be made possible through Wanchain’s cross-chain connection with EOS, and we look forward to exploring them together with the EOS community.

The following sections are an overview of the new functions available in the Wanchain desktop wallet version 1.2.0, and remain mostly unchanged from the previous article on the testnet release of the EOS integration in version 0.0.99-beta.

EOS in the Wanchain Desktop Wallet

On the main EOS page you can view an overview of all you different EOS key pairs and accounts, as well as a summary of all the EOS and resources available in each account. At the bottom of the main page you can access the transaction history.

EOS Main PageEOS Main Page

On the transaction history page of the wallet you can view information about both normal EOS token and resource transactions

Normal Transaction History PageNormal Transaction History Page

Resource Transaction History PageResource Transaction History Page

On the resource management page, you have full control over management of your EOS resources including RAM, CPU, and NET. You can stake or unstake NET and buy or sell RAM.

Resource Management PageResource Management Page

Resource Management PageResource Management Page

Resource Management PageResource Management Page

The account creation page allows for the creation of new EOS accounts. These accounts may be used in the Wanchain wallet, or exported to other EOS wallets.

Account CreationAccount Creation

On the transaction page you are able to send EOS from your selected account to the specified recipient account along with an optional memo field.

EOS Transaction PageEOS Transaction Page

On the import account page you are able to import additional EOS accounts.

Import Account PageImport Account Page

WanWallet is Now a Full Featured ERC20 Wallet!

In the settings interface, users can enable (or hide) WRC20 and ERC20 tokens to display them on the wallet homepage.

Add ANY ERC20 token to the WanWallet!Add ANY ERC20 token to the WanWallet!

Network Diagnostics

The new ‘Network’ tab insides the settings menu allows for easy network diagnostics so users can understand more about the status of the iWan RPC server and the networks it connects with.

EOS Cross Chain Transactions

The new version of the Wanchain desktop light wallet supports cross-chain transfers of multiple currencies, including BTC, ETH, and now EOS, as well as ERC20 and EOS based tokens.

Steps for making a cross chain EOS transaction:

Making EOS cross chain transactions is easy, and follows the exact same process as ETH and BTC cross chain transactions:

  1. Select the Storeman address

  2. Input recipient address

  3. Input number of EOS to be converted to WEOS

  4. Send transaction!

After a successful cross chain transaction you can view your WEOS in the menu on the left.

EOS is just the first of many future cross chain integrations in the works for Wanchain! We are looking forward to at least two new major public chain integrations in 2020 along with several batches of new ERC20 and EOS based tokens.

About Wanchain

Wanchain is the infrastructure connecting the decentralized financial world. Wanchain’s live cross-blockchain solution is EVM-based, includes optional private transactions, and provides a decentralized, permissionless, and secure approach for interoperability. Wanchain has employees globally with teams in Beijing (China), Austin (USA), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), and Madrid (Spain).

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