“Just as the internet effectively created a parallel information infrastructure, crypto … will build a parallel financial infrastructure. And, no, it’s not going to happen with private blockchains any more than the internet revolution occurred with intranets.”
― Pantera Capital, A Crypto Thesis
About the listings below.
This is not an exhaustive list of resources, but an informational page meant to act as a starting point for individual research. Inclusion on this list should not be construed as an endorsement.
Telos Blockchain Explorers
This web application summarizes information about the Telos Blockchain network.
Telos blockchain explorer. Support for multiple EOSIO chains including Telos, EOS, BOS, and Worbli.
Telos Index Explorer
An independently funded block and dapp explorer specializing in the EOS and Telos blockchains.
Block explorer created by to view ownership of the Telos blockchain.
Block Producer Resources
BP Info Standard
This is a proposed standard for Block Producer candidates to publish as the URL field of the regproducer action on the eosio.system contract.
Telos BP Stats
View block producers are interacting with the Telos blockchain.
A website that lists the current rankings of Telos block producers.
The Teloscope Bot allows users to create a free Telos account using Telegram.
BP Teloscope Bot lets you subscribe to several Telos global actions. Whenever one of the subscribed actions is seen on the new blocks a notification is sent on Telegram.
The Telos Price Bot by EOS Barcelona is on Telegram that lets you check the price of Telos and other EOSIO chains.
Telos was created with a built-in dispute resolution program when the chain launched; learn more.
Find out what to do if your account is hacked? Watch this informational video on what to do if your Telos account has been compromised.
Read about how you can create an extra layer of security on your accounts by providing Proof of Ownership. This action can save your tokens in the event you lose or have your keys stolen.
EOSIO is the software that power the Telos blockchain. Below are resources that individuals interested in EOSIO can utilize in their quest to learn more about the software.
EOSIO Official Website is maintained by block.one, the company that created the EOSIO software.
All the EOSio/EOS Software releases are listed on this GitHub page. Recommendation: Run Telos along with Nodeos from this Repo.
The official EOSIO developer portal.
Guides - Sqrl, Acorns, REX, WPS
SQRL Wallet Tutorial Video created by Telos Miami showing you how to use the SQRL wallet to add tokens.
Acorn Guide The Acorn guide walks you through how to add tokens (in this case Acorn) to your SQRL wallet.
Staking for Rex rewards using the SQRL Wallet – this guide was published by Telos Miami, creator of the SQRL Wallet, watch this demo to learn how to stake your tokens for the Telos Resource Exchange launched 20 August 2019.
Submitting a Worker Proposal using Sqrl Guide – Guide created by Team Telos, hosted on this site.
Telos RAM Price
A record of the price of RAM on the Telos network.
Follow real time use of blockchains so you can see where the users are more active.
Bitcoin & cryptocurrency portfolio tracker.
Live Coin Watch
Real-time crypto price index with graphs & historical data for 1500+ coins.
CoinGecko is a coin market ranking chart app that ranks digital currencies by developer activity, community, and liquidity.
Special Use Tools
This web application goes beyond just summarizing block activity but gives details about network voting for worker proposals and block producers, including a proxy voting playground.
Telos BP Stats
This tool gives detailed information about block producer infrastructure.
Built by the BP of the same name, this site does a good job of keeping up with developments on Telos and links out, listings are categorized and alphabetized.
Telos Network Monitor
Get vital stats about the current state of the Telos blockchain.