What is EOS? Block.one Explains EOS Project Through Series of Videos

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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. Who is Launching the EOS Blockchain? It’s not Block.one, if that’s what you’re thinking. Block.one is the team behind the development of EOS, but, as the first of the EOS videos explains, the EOSIO blockchain can only be launched by communities – not by any centralized organization, which is what…

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EOS Token Registration Reminder: Register Before June 1st

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The EOS token registration deadline is coming up soon. Are you ready? EOS Token Registration: Why Do I Need to Register? EOS holders need to register because, if they don’t, their EOS tokens are going to be frozen – in other words, they won’t be able to use their EOS tokens anymore. At the moment, EOS tokens are ERC20 tokens registered on the Ethereum network. When EOSIO 1.0 launches, EOS is going to separate from the Ethereum network and become its own platform. When that happens, any EOS tokens left…

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EOSIO 1.0 Update: What You Need to Know about Upcoming EOS Launch

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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. The update clears up the confusion about who, or what is launching the EOS blockchain. The EOS blockchain “can only be launched by communities […] they can’t be launched by any centralized party,” explained Brendan Blumer, CEO of Block.one. This is because the EOS blockchain is a distributed consensus mechanism. “We build the open-source software,” said Blumer, that…

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EOS Gains New COO: Commonwealth Bank CFO Switching Sides

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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. EOS New COO Jesudason will soon be coming onto the EOS team as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO). He will also serve on the project’s Board of Directors and become the Group President. Jesudason’s background was as the Chief Financial Officer of the Commonwealth Bank in Australia. His focus was on group finance, auditing, treasury, property, security, and…

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EOS, TRON (TRX), and Stellar (XLM): Big Things Ahead

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In the world of cryptocurrencies, you will be waiting a lot. Case-in-point; EOS, TRON (TRX), and Stellar (XLM), where we are waiting on a few big things to come. All three projects are launching new things and all we can do is wait for them. For now, let’s see how the coins are doing. EOS EOS is currently selling for $18.55, which puts the coin up 3.20% in the past 24 hours. What are we waiting for from EOS? The launch of EOSIO 1.0 but we’re getting there. EOSIO Dawn…

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EOS Token Swap: Register Your EOS Coins Before They’re Frozen Forever

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EOS Token Swap – June 2nd is fast approaching; which means the deadline to register your ERC20 EOS tokens is drawing near. If you’ve traded for EOS tokens and currently hold them in your portfolio, you must register them with the EOS team to receive the new EOS tokens ran on the EOS blockchain. If you currently hold your coins on Binance, you won’t need to worry. The exchange announced a few months back they will handle all technical aspects of the token swap. Currently, EOS tokens are running on the Ethereum…

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