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The third round of blockchain rankings has been released by China’s CCID Research Institute and EOS received the top rating for the second time in a row.
Announced on July 16, EOS developer Block.one closed a new fundraising round led by PayPal founder Peter Thiel and Chinese chipmaker Bitmain.
The Ethereum network is currently under heavy load as gas prices soar due to a flood of transactions.
Local publications reported that the government of South Korea finalized plans to legitimize the cryptocurrency exchange market and the blockchain sector with a newly created regulatory framework.
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The ongoing issue of EOS governance is rapidly growing into a decisive crisis that could see the entire EOS constitution entirely rewritten.
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From its turbulent mainnet launch, the EOS network faced community backlash for freezing several user accounts.
China recently revealed its second batch of state-endorsed cryptocurrency ratings and notably, EOS takes the lead this round as it was entirely excluded in the first set of ratings released in May 2018.
In violation of the rules of the EOS constitution, the project’s 21 block producers have frozen seven accounts suspected to be compromised.
A Cornell University computer science professor has taken aim at the governance model of the rapidly-evolving EOS model, predicting that the way in which EOS handles security flaws will result in a large-scale exchange hack within the next year.
EOS, the most valuable initial coin offering (ICO) of all time that raised over $4 billion throughout its 1-year-long token sale, has recently received criticisms regarding its latest blockchain halt and controversial statements on its Termination of Agreement, or Article XV.
The EOS block producer voting process has drawn to a close, resulting in the official launch of the EOS blockchain at 6 PM UTC on June 14.
The highly anticipated launch of the EOS mainnet has resulted in a chaotic stall, with less than 7% EOS tokens staked and used to vote.
Once upon a time, people believed there would only be one blockchain. But one-blockchain maximalism soon proved to be a shortsighted belief. Without forking and new chains, experimentation was extremely limited and led to the creation of hundreds of blockchains adapted to fit a specific need.
The EOS blockchain launch has been confirmed for launch at 1PM UTC time today, with a unanimous decision amongst voters.
In the week leading up to the launch of the EOS mainnet, an ethical hacker has confirmed eight vulnerabilities in the blockchain’s code.
EOS recently completed a record-breaking $4 billion ICO.
On Tuesday, May 29th, the infamous investment rating bureau, Weiss Crypto Ratings, made public a PDF list composed of 93 cryptocurrencies usually only viewable to its paying customers.
A fierce competitor to the Ethereum network, EOS is one of the most popular cryptocurrencies trading on the market today. Block.one, the developer behind EOS, has already raised a record-breaking $4 billion USD from its yearlong ICO ending on June 1.
Qihoo 360, China’s largest internet security company, recently published an announcement that the upcoming EOS mainnet launch scheduled for June 2, 2018, could potentially be delayed due to a series of high-risk security vulnerabilities that could cripple the entire EOS network.
Do you have an idea or dApp that you think could drive the future of blockchain technology? Do you know your way around EOSIO’s C++ API? Then Block.one and EOS are looking for you.
EOS is set to launch its mainnet on June 2nd, but statistics from EOSAuthority, a block producer candidate in London, reveal that 65% of users have not registered their tokens for the upcoming migration.
The latest EOS Dawn 4.1 release has caused controversy in the cryptocurrency community due to a minor code update that has changed the core token name from EOS to SYS.
The EOS development team is currently working at high speed ahead of the scheduled mainnet launch on the 2nd of June when EOS will migrate from the Ethereum network onto its own blockchain over the course of 40 days.
The Chief Financial Officer of Commonwealth Bank — the largest bank in Australia — quit the high-ranking role earlier this week to join forces with Block.one, the organization driving the development of EOS.
The cryptocurrency market is experiencing several drops through established currencies and altcoins alike.
The upcoming EOS mainnet launch is currently one of the most anticipated events on the blockchain calendar.
The cryptocurrency market may currently be experiencing a corrective slump but EOS is bucking the trend, continuing to rise against a negative market current.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are enjoying a manic year in which value increases of thousands of percent are not uncommon and in which obscure currencies once relegated to the fringes of the internet are being catapulted into the mainstream.