Mike Casey wades into the thorny issue of the U.S. government settlement struck with blockchain startup Block.one over its EOS ICO.
Block.One will pay $24 million after settling charges that it operated an unregistered securities sale with its $4.1 billion EOS raise.
Block.One, the software company behind the EOS blockchain, will expand its U.S. footprint with a new headquarters in Arlington County, Va.
Early supporters of EOS, the world's seventh-largest blockchain by market cap, are leaving. Here's why.
Blockchain solution provider Block.One paid $30 million for Voice.com.
Block.one is buying back more equity from early investors. Some – but not the most famous ones – made 6,500 percent on the last buyback.
Details are emerging about Block.one's new social platform, Voice. Here's what we know so far.
Multibillion-dollar startup Block.one is announcing a new social platform, Voice, which aims to give users more control over their content.
Moonlighting is getting funding from Block.one's venture arm to port its users' profiles over to the EOS blockchain.
Private blockchain studio StrongBlock – founded by former execs from Block.one, the company behind EOS – has raised $4 million.