Introducing on-chain governance to crypto networks is likely to make them more like nation-states with the inefficiencies that entails.
Seven EOS accounts were frozen to prevent token theft. But does this seemingly moral decision spell havoc for the broader crypto market?
EOS still needs millions on tokens staked before its mainnet can officially go live, unlocking its tokens for holders to trade and use.
Vitalik Buterin has suggested experimenting with quadratic voting, a governance model furthered by Dr. Glen Weyl, on the ethereum platform.
A more united front among all who believe in blockchain tech's sweeping potential could help ensure a more constructive legal environment.
Real-world assets will force a change in blockchain governance, writes EY's Paul Brody. Forks will still be possible, but will attract fewer users.
It's the combination of internal and external rules that ultimately dictates how blockchain-based platforms will operate, says Primavera De Filippi.
The "labyrinth" of city politics defies easy interpretation, but it seems that Berkeley is actually on its way to issuing on a bond on the blockchain.
At an invitation-only meeting in Toronto, ethereum developers and companies met to discuss how best to alter the platform given its variety of users.
In the wake of new growth, developers working on the world's second-largest blockchain are struggling to determine how best to gauge user sentiment.