Blockchain protocol EOS, run by Block.one, has just become the subject of a new crypto scandal. It all began on November 9th, when a picture emerged on Reddit of a moderator on EOS reversing a …
On May 17th, the Chinese government published its public Blockchain and cryptocurrency ratings. Initially, it gave the coveted no.1 spot to Ethereum, but now it has EOS ranked no.1.
EOS freezes seven accounts as a counter to potential theft, but the action causes some to question the decentralization of the EOS network.
Yesterday, yet another EOS bug was discovered, and we experienced an EOS blockchain halt as a result. So, what’s happening over there?
Now that the EOS mainnet has launched, it’s a good time to check in with EOS dApps. How many dApps are there on the EOS blockchain? What are they?