Block.one Plans to Start Voting on EOS, the Blockchain It Birthed
Block.one says the time is right for it to take an active role in the EOS community voting for block producers.
EOS, Tezos and XRP have not seen high levels of intended use, according to a new report from researchers in London.
Nearly two years after EOS first launched, the so-called "ethereum killer" has been able to surmount some of the problems that have previously hamstrung it. But is that enough?
With ConsenSys in one corner and LatamLink in the other, a project backed by the Inter-American Development Bank is weighing Ethereum vs. EOS tech.
Block.one has issued its own set of criteria to use when voting for EOS block producers, perhaps controversially including where they are based.
The plaintiffs – a crypto fund and an individual investor – are seeking compensatory damages from Block.one and other defendants.