EOS was poised to be the one which will finish Ethereum when it came out with the idea of Voice, the EOS blockchain app. However, it still is a dream for EOS.
The Upbit hackers are attempting to launder their money using a decentralized exchange and converting their holdings to an EOS-pegged token.
The Republic of the Marshall Islands, which is home to around 50K people across 1,100 islands, is about to be the first country to launch a state-based crypto software.
eToroX announces new cryptoasset and blockchain protocol, and multiple fiat pairs 3 December 2019: eToroX, the blockchain subsidiary of global investment
Voice, a social media platform developed by EOS creator Block.One, announced that it will launch in beta on Feb. 14, 2020.
The Weiss Ratings agency brings down the EOS score, putting it lower than previously, despite the “great respect for work and thinking that went into the EOS project”
block producer group EOS New York has posted data to Twitter that suggests another BP had been engaging in misconduct contrary to the EOS Constitution.
Shortly after EarnBet, one of the bigger gambling dapps on EOS, set an ultimatum and threatened to leave, Karma actually pulled through and yesterday announced they will be leaving EOS for good and migrate to WAX with a pretty strong statement. But Karma is not the only app. Prospectors are going to launch their game on WAX next week. Contrary to Karma they will remain on EOS and bridge both games and thus chains.
In the last week, the EOS network has been overloaded with a significant congestion of resources, especially the CPU. As a result of this overload, many users with few resources are unable to carry out transactions.
The SEC’s order finds that Block.one violated the registration provisions of the federal securities laws and requires it to pay a $24 million civil monetary penalty. Block.one consented to the order without admitting or denying its findings SOURCE: https://www.sec.gov/news/press-release/2019-202 More
EOS did not release the promised audit demonstrating that Block.one had not recycled funds into its own ICO (thus gaining a free and hidden stake of EOS) EOS devolved within weeks into a Kafkaesque bureaucracy wherein an unelected arbitrator gained the right to reappropriate funds from users at will Block.one decided to scrap the constitution they launched […] More
Serial swindler, Dan Larimer, who conned his way into becoming a Blockchain Billionaire, was awarded the “Guinness World Record” for most crypto exit scams. Larimer, who is best known for his role in creating popular hit scams such as Bitshares, Steem, and EOS received the award after brilliantly exit scamming EOS in October and announcing plans for creating his fourth new shitcoin. Dan Larimer responds: “I have this brilliant idea to tell people I can create a better Bitcoin. People believed me three times already. Why not four?”