After the EOS account is created, if you need to use it normally, you need to mortgage the CPU and NET. The novice user can enter the resource page. In the upper right corner, you can use the ET resource free mortgage function. After the expiration, we will automatically redeem it. If you need to guarantee the EOS account. For normal use, you should promptly mortgage your resources.
Recommended resource quantity: CPU: 0.1EOS, NET: 0.01EOS, RAM depends on demand (when creating an account, we have already purchased enough RAM for your creation fee to ensure the normal use of the account)
- In EOS, there are three types of resources: RAM, CPU, and NET. Users can mortgage EOS in exchange for the right to use resources.
- RAM is memory, used to record account information, including account balances, public keys, pledges, voting, smart contracts, and more. A capacity of 3KB-8KB is usually required to store personal EOS account information. RAM can be bought and sold at any time, each charge a 0.5% fee, and the price also changes with the scarcity of RAM.
- CPU/NET is a resource of the pledge type. When the EOS account is transferred, voted, etc., it will consume the computing power and bandwidth of the main network. In this case, some EOS needs to be pledged in exchange for CPU/NET, and the daily computing power and bandwidth will be reset after 24 hours. The pledge of EOS can be redeemed at any time, but there will be a 72-hour freeze period.
The user can view the resource status of the current account in the block browser or using the resource function in the wallet.