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It’s been many months since PlusToken, the $2+ billion Bitcoin scam, has out of the cryptocurrency news cycle.
The EOS community recently proposed and approved a change in the protocol that significantly reduces the network’s inflation rate.
Brendan Blumer, CEO at Block.one, the company behind the development of EOS and Voice, a new blockchain-based social media network, confirmed that the technical beta version of Voice will be released on February 14, 2020.
EOS, like most major altcoins, is currently caught in a short-term downtrend that has come about as a result of Bitcoin’s recent rejection at $8,400.
The price of XRP, EOS, Cardano (ADA), and other major cryptocurrencies have dropped by more than eight percent on the day, causing the total crypto market cap to fall by 27 percent in merely two months.
Brendan Blumer, the founder and CEO of Block.one, believes that blockchain technology has created a huge social movement that enabled real adoption to happen on an enterprise level.
Several altcoins are starting to move exponentially despite Michael Novogratz’s claim that the “market is getting smarter.” VeChain, for instance, has been on a rampage surging nearly 185 percent in the last 22 days.
Weiss Crypto Ratings, a crypto and financial ratings company, managed to divide the crypto community on Twitter yet again by saying that Cardano is “clearly” superior to EOS.
Block.one, an open-source software publisher, announced that it will start voting for EOSIO’s public blockchain upgrades.
Weiss Crypto Ratings recently stated that China would never use Bitcoin.
The transaction volume of dapps built on 6 main blockchains went down 40 percent in Q3 2019, while just 148 new dapps launched in the whole quarter.
EOSIO 2, the second iteration of the EOS blockchain, was unveiled.
Block.one is planning to phase out free network resources on EOSIO after the feature allowed an attacker to exploit a smart contract for 30,000 EOS.
Bitcoin recently took a nosedive, bringing the entire cryptocurrency market with it.
EOSIO successfully implemented its first ever consensus hard fork in its v1.8 upgrade.
Altcoins are still in the spotlight while Bitcoin continues consolidating.
On September 13, an attacker flooded the EOSIO network to drain $110,000 in EOS from a gambling dApp.
An ongoing exploit on EOSIO is allowing an attacker to win every roll on gambling dApp EOSPlay by paying to fill blocks with their transactions.
TRON announced the latest release of its side chain solution—Sun Network.
While Bitcoin decouples from the rest of the market, altcoins are lurking without any major price action.
While altcoins continue dropping Bitcoin has increased its dominance over the market, reaching 68 percent for the first time since early 2017.
After the recent 30 percent correction that Bitcoin experienced, some altcoins are showing signs of a possible breakout while others have indicators of further decline.
A screenshot of what appears to be a message from Block.one CEO Brendan Blumer reveals that he expects top social media influencers to be able to generate $50–100 million in revenue from Voice, EOS’s new social media platform.
Weiss Ratings, an independent financial rating agency, has downgraded EOS amid growing concerns about centralization.
The management at Block.one, the company behind EOS, announced on June 1st that it will launch a blockchain-powered social media platform.
On March 25, Dan Larimer, the Chief Technology Officer at Block.one, Dan Larimer, revealed that on June 1, EOS will make the “biggest announcement” since EOSIO was launched.
Coinbase added EOS to its retail platform and mobile apps.
Cryptocurrency startup Block.one made history by returning more than 6,567 percent returns to its earliest investors in less than three years.
Over 34 million EOS worth $167 million was permanently removed from circulation.
The long-awaited EOS user agreement was signed by 21 of the network’s 30 Block Producers following months of negotiation and debate following referendum gridlock.
On Monday, April 8, San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase announced the addition of EOS (EOS), Maker (MKR), and Augur (REP) to its professional trading platform, Coinbase Pro.
With Ethereum (ETH) retreating from all-time highs and settling between $100 and $150, some are suggesting the world’s second largest crypto is losing momentum.
Since its launch, EOS has faced many challenges, including various security-related issues, several of which have resulted in EOS token holders losing large amounts of funds.
While reports on the impact of blockchain seem to focus mostly on cryptocurrencies, the technology is affecting industries across the board, with gambling being the one that benefits the most from secure ledgers.
There is evidence that a small group of block producers (miners) control the entire EOS network.
The Bancor Network announced the launch of a new generation crypto exchange service.
Blockchain testing solutions provider Whiteblock has announced the successful completion of the first ever independent test of the EOS platform, throwing up a set of results with potentially seismic implications for the network, which has been marketed as the “Ethereum killer” as well as the wider cryptosphere.
On Tuesday, October 9, Ethereum and EOS dApp users reached an all-time high of 65,000 daily active users, according to data from DappRadar.
A series of smart contract exploits have seen hackers abscond with over $600,000 worth of EOS over the last week, raising questions regarding the security of the $4 billion “Ethereum killer” EOS blockchain.
Months after heralding plans to build a “high-performance” decentralized exchange (DEX) on the then-dormant EOS, Bitfinex has plated up some fresh morsels of information on the project ahead of its beta release later this month.
Cryptocurrency mass adoption continues to gain traction in countries around the world.
Taking advantage of blockchain solutions, WorkCoin is a decentralized freelancer marketplace that aims to be fully transparent and frictionless.
Some may place EOS near the end of its post-mainnet launch teething stage; however, several developers of the dPoS blockchain have stepped in to fight off another memory-related bug—this time, allowing malicious transaction recipients to hijack the RAM of senders.
Block.one, the company behind EOS, announced the highly-anticipated location for part four of its first-of-a-kind global blockchain hackathon.
After a turbulent launch, the EOS mainnet faced further issues with its controversial network constitution and a shortage of RAM supply.