The Weekly Airdrop #2

  • The contents of host headers for HTTP endpoints can now be validated using nodeos.
  • http-alias can be specified multiple times to provide alternative hosts.
  • http-validate-host can be set to true or false to indicate whether these extra validations should be enabled or disabled respective (default is true)
  • cleos has been updated to produce standard compliant host: headers.
  • There is no central authority capable of censoring content that is posted on Everipedia. Edits are permanently stored on the blockchain.
  • The IQ network allows for multiple language versions of the same article, while still sharing the same set of language-invariant metadata, citations, and media.
  • Content contributors are rewarded with cryptocurrency based on the upvotes that they receive. Editors gain more privileges as they accumulate IQ.
  • Content creators can make pages about anything in the world. For example you could make an article about a particular street in your neighborhood or a small business. The possibilities are endless. Larry Sanger even created an article about his left thumb as an example.
  • Memes, GIF’s, images, & videos can be placed in the articles.
  • Verified Accounts that allow individuals to contribute information to their own pages and have conversations with their fans.
  • Everipedia provides its editors with updates for any activities completed on pages and forum posts that they have participated in.
  • Everipedia editors can send and receive private messages to and from their inbox.
  • Everipedia embeds an Article Discussion section in every page created to discuss the page’s overall content or report inaccuracies.

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