English or Mandarin? Telegram or WeChat? EOS is finding governance isn't just about code.
The world's fifth-largest crypto is being rocked by allegations the process by which its transaction history is determined is vulnerable to collusion.
Despite the big drops in ether prices since late last year, ICO projects haven't lost money on average, according to new research from BitMEX.
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.
It used to be that downtime was unheard of on blockchain networks. As new protocols and new trade-offs emerge, that's no longer the case.
Bancor has announced plans to launch on EOS, expanding its decentralized token exchange protocol to a second blockchain.
Creating a new account on EOS is now easier after 15 block producers approved a protocol change making it cheaper and providing free RAM.
With lightning speeds and zero fees, EOS blows other blockchains out of the water for user experience. For developers, though, it's proving costly.
A system for holding referenda on EOS is expected to launch soon. And that could release a huge pile of funds – or get rid of it.