EOS' launch has been fraught with controversy. Some users are fed up, and they're forking the protocol to give the network a better shot.
When the company that created EOS starts voting for validators, there will be little chance of winning a spot without earning its support.
Dan Larimer has left Block.one, the company that raised $4 billion to build the software behind the EOS blockchain.
At a vote of the coalition launching EOS last night, process troubles and a visit by the software's creator seemed to cause the latest delay.
Dan Larimer says his new project has an infinitely scalable blockchain, but skeptics doubt the controversial figure's ability to pull it off.