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.
Early supporters of EOS, the world's seventh-largest blockchain by market cap, are leaving. Here's why.
EOS creator Block.one has acquired the team behind once-prominent block producer EOS New York, which has now entirely ceased operations.
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.