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EOS Bots is an application built on the EOS Blockchain that provides automated solutions for its users. EOS Bots allows users to securely perform automated actions (transactions) by interacting with decentralized applications via Scatter software. [1] [2]

First Product Release

As new projects emerge on the EOS Blockchain, many of them are focused on creating a sharing economy. One method adopted by a large number of projects is to disseminate cryptocurrency tokens to users of their platform. Holders of these tokens then become the recipients of all, or a portion, of the platform's earnings. Since the launch of the EOS mainnet in June 2018, over 200 gaming platforms have been built on the EOS blockchain. Each of these gaming platforms allows their users to earn tokens through game play. With a focus on maximizing tokens earned during game play, EOS Bots released their first product, a gaming bot. This gaming bot gives the user a custom experience for each of the gaming platforms supported by EOS Bots. [3] [4] [5]


In April 2019, EOS Bots launched a new service called "Autoclaim". Many tokens on EOS can be staked, allowing the token owner to earn dividends on their locked up tokens. Normally, to receive the dividends, the user has to manually perform an action called "claim". This involves visiting the platform in which their tokens are staked and clicking through an interface to request their dividends. EOS Bots built an automated service that allows users to periodically claim their dividends without having to visit each platform. EOS Bots' Autoclaim is an example of using the EOS blockchain's advanced permissioning system, in which, EOS Bots has the ability to perform specific actions on behalf of their users.[1] [+]

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