Many point to the potential security threats as a reason votes have been trickling in (instead of rushing in) on the EOS blockchain.
Blockchain startup Quantstamp is feeling the heat from community members accusing it of misleading them on its QSP token and proprietary technology.
EOS still needs millions on tokens staked before its mainnet can officially go live, unlocking its tokens for holders to trade and use.
A little-known company in Estonia is looking to raise as much as $180 million in a SAFT sale, public records show.
The candidates for EOS's equivalent of "miners" have voted tonight to move the hotly anticipated blockchain to its next launch phase.
A platform for managing token sales, spun out of the famed investment platform AngelList, has raised funds from a notable cast of investors.
DFINITY claims to be carrying out the largest airdrop ever.
There are now two EOS blockchains being tested by rival groups. And while that might be worrisome, the groups say they'll work together in the end.
Despite China's 2017 ban on ICOs, a Chinese firm still appears to have openly promoted a token sale that reportedly raised $18 million.