Browsing the "Block.one" Tag

A Freelance Job Market Is Moving Its 700,000 Users to EOS

| Brady Dale

Moonlighting is getting funding from Block.one's venture arm to port its users' profiles over to the EOS blockchain.

EOS-Powered Private Blockchain Studio StrongBlock Raises $4 million

| Anna Baydakova

Private blockchain studio StrongBlock – founded by former execs from Block.one, the company behind EOS – has raised $4 million.

Early Execs Leave Block.one, the Peter Thiel-Backed Crypto Startup Behind EOS

| Ada Hui

As Block.one was raising $4 billion from Silicon Valley and Wall Street, a group of executives decided to quit and build a bigger, better blockchain.

BitTorrent Courted EOS, Filecoin Crypto Creators Prior to Tron Sale

| Annaliese Milano and Brady Dale

Tron and Neo weren't the only crypto projects interested in acquiring BitTorrent; in fact, CoinDesk has learned, five others were tempted to buy too.

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Peter Thiel, Bitmain Co-Founder Invest in EOS Developer Block.one

| Christine Kim

In a fresh round of funding, Block.one has added to its line-up of major investors PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel and bitcoin mining giant Bitmain.

Block.One Is Taking a Bigger Role With EOS (And That’s a Big Deal)

| Brady Dale

When the company that created EOS starts voting for validators, there will be little chance of winning a spot without earning its support.

Block.one Appoints Former Jefferies Asia CEO to Lead VC Arm

| Madeline Meng Shi

Block.one, the company behind the EOS blockchain, has just hired a former Jefferies Group LLC executive to lead its $1 billion venture capital arm.

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The EOS Blockchain Is Now Officially Live

| Brady Dale

EOS holders elected their first set of block producers, so the hotly anticipated blockchain is now live.

EOS Is Coming, If Anyone Can Figure Out How to Vote

| Brady Dale

After a roughly year-long initial coin offering (ICO), what has become perhaps the most hotly anticipated blockchain is scheduled to launch on June 2.

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EOS: Unpacking the Big Promises Behind a Possible Blockchain Contender

| Aaron Stanley

Dan Larimer says his new project has an infinitely scalable blockchain, but skeptics doubt the controversial figure's ability to pull it off.