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 …
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 transaction that had already been confirmed.
In EOS news today, Block.one announced the location for its fourth EOS Global Hackathon. We’re going to San Francisco! Developers, designers and entrepreneurs – are you ready to join us Stateside on Nov …
The third round of blockchain rankings has been released by the Chinese government. Yet again, China ranks EOS number one.
EOS transaction speed: Transaction time is important. It has been a point of concern for many on the Bitcoin network for one, where congestion on the network has created a problem and transaction processing currently takes an average of 8-9 minutes.
Block.one released its proposal of a new version of the EOS constitution: the EOS Constitution v2.0. EOS has been under fire recently for its block producers freezing user accounts without the account owner’s permission. Does the new constitution address this issue?
EOS Network: EOS is currently the 5th largest cryptocurrency with an $8 billion market capitalization according to Coinmarketcap. Not only is EOS a token, it is also, more importantly, an infrastructure for DApps or decentralized applications.
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?
To say it’s been a bumpy start for the EOS blockchain might just be the understatement of the year. The voting process was long and winded, experiencing many unexpected delays, but it’s finally complete. The votes are in, and EOS is officially live.
The first EOS Hackathon results are in! The Hong Kong Hackathon is over, and the prizes have been awarded. Who took home the top prize?
The EOS Hackathon is fast approaching. Are you ready for the biggest blockchain competition to hit the world? Five locations, plenty of prizes, and one ultimate winner – let’s do this!
People have been on the lookout for EOS bugs ever since the first big EOS vulnerability was discovered days before the EOS mainnet was set to launch. Now, more bugs have been found, and almost $120 thousand was paid for their discovery.
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?
EOS block producers – who are they and why are they necessary? We’re going to answer both these questions and more.
The EOS ICO is about to make ICO record history. The year-long ICO is set to finish tomorrow with $4 billion invested in the project.
There was fear that after a vulnerability was discovered in the EOS code, the EOS mainnet launch might get delayed. But have no fear because that’s not happening! Block.one confirms that all systems are a go and the EOS mainnet launch should still be coming out according to plan.
An EOS vulnerability was discovered that could have potentially caused the EOS mainnet launch to be delayed.
The EOS mainnet launch countdown continues: there are now five more days until EOSIO 1.0 launches. Are you ready?
The EOS team has been releasing videos all week about the project, making it a great time for beginners to check out the EOS blockchain. We’re here to help break things down even further – what is EOS? Let’s find out.
The EOS token registration deadline is coming up soon. Are you ready?
EOS has long been gearing up for the launch of EOSIO 1.0. Today, Block.one, the team behind EOS, released an update on EOSIO 1.0 that explains how developers can use the EOSIO software.
Block.one, the parent company behind the EOS project will soon be welcoming a new member to the team: Australian Commonwealth Bank CFO Rob Jesudason is going to become the EOS new COO.