EOS creator Block.one has acquired the team behind once-prominent block producer EOS New York, which has now entirely ceased operations.
Buying votes is a big no-no in traditional democracies, but on the world’s eighth-largest blockchain it’s become an accepted way of doing business.
Block.one says the time is right for it to take an active role in the EOS community voting for block producers.
Early supporters of EOS, the world's seventh-largest blockchain by market cap, are leaving. Here's why.
For the second time in EOS' infancy, transactions are being censored. For some, it's a way to stop scammers. For others, it's centralized overreach.