EOS Startup Block.One Is Using Its Billions to Buy Back More Equity
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.
Early supporters of EOS, the world's seventh-largest blockchain by market cap, are leaving. Here's why.
LiquidApps, an EOS scaling project, imitated Block.One's record-setting ICO strategy but has been met with far less investor interest.
Maximum transactions: How a project called EIDOS is congesting the EOS blockchain.
Uplandme, a "Monopoly"-like property game built on the EOS blockchain, has raised $2 million in seed funding.
Programmed to boost rankings, increase liquidity of tokens, and sabotage competitors, bots are challenging the integrity of Dapps.