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Sources with knowledge of EOS told CoinDesk it will probably stay clogged for possibly another couple of weeks.
In the simplest terms, users are “mining” for new eidos tokens by moving eos back and forth on the network. To get eidos, users send tiny amounts of eos to the smart contract. The contract then sends back the exact same amount plus a tiny portion of the daily release of eidos.
Importantly, it doesn’t appear to actually matter how much eos gets sent. What matters is how many transactions the person can submit. EIDOS is designed to generate maximum transactions. It costs users time, but not money. It’s a spam-generating machine.