Today marks a significant milestone for the EOS ecosystem!
After almost a year of tireless work by Dan, Bart, Thomas, Brenden, Dave and the whole Block One team to provide the global community with one of the most scalable open source blockchain platforms ever released, Dawn 4.0 is just a week (or so) away.
As the EOS referendum UIs and underlying vote tallying infrastructure nears completion, everyone is excited to see the governance layer of EOS unlocked and the process of rallying support for a proposal, getting it voted in by a 2/3 + 1 majority of BPs so it is implemented…
One of the biggest pitfalls in communication is language. When we speak a common language, we communicate more effectively.
If we are going to drive adoption for blockchain and cryptocurrencies and turn this movement around from the rampant negativity and speculation we see in the markets, we need to shift our dialogue toward execution.
It’s about more than tokens.
We in the west often forget that EOS has the potential to be transformative in the developing world.
Some of the best and brightest engineers and entrepreneurs ever seen in the cryptosphere have emerged to take part in a global consensus the likes this world has never seen before.
As EOS takes it’s first steps over the last few weeks many issues with the constitution, vote distribution, the worker proposal system and referendum contract needed to fix many of the problems people are complaining about have become painfully apparent. …
Just a little over 4 months since the process began, the EOS Referendum Working Group is pleased to invite the EOS community to join us in testing the beta release of our referendum system. This marks a major milestone in the EOS ecosystem and the ongoing evolution of it’s governance system as a whole.
The EOS Referendum Working Group is pleased to invite the EOS community to join us in testing the beta release of our referendum system.
The group met Tuesday, November 6 for a go/no-go vote following a week of hard work on closing outstanding showstopper issues. While there’s still work to…