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.
On June 17, 2018, the 21 block producers or nodes that run the EOS network chose to freeze seven accounts that were allegedly stolen from EOS community members. According to reports, all 21 block producers unanimously decided to freeze the compromised assets but the decision was met with controversy from the EOS community, and possibly […]
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.
In the digital world, it can be difficult to distinguish between what is real and what is fake. A new post on the Huffington Post talks about Bitcoin United being a solution to end all forks. This post makes some very bold claims regarding faster transactions and improved scalability. To most readers, this post is nothing more […]
Now that EOS’ ICO is behind us, let’s take a look at the technology powering this project. The developers are putting a strong focus on asynchronous smart contracts (ASCs). This is similar to Ethereum, but it appears EOS will be far more efficient. How does it all work? What benefits does it provide? Asynchronous Smart Contracts Explained Whenever […]
Dan Larimer says his new project has an infinitely scalable blockchain, but skeptics doubt the controversial figure’s ability to pull it off. Source