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Telos, one of the Most Active Blockchains, Launches Ethereum Virtual Machine Testnet on an EOSIO Blockchain

Telos, one of the “most active” blockchain platforms (according to Blocktivity), has launched an Ethereum Virtual Machine on an EOSIO blockchain. As noted in a release shared with CI: “With the launch of Telos EVM now in testnet, developers can use Solidity (programming language) to… Read More

Transparency, Interoperability and Systemic Risk Considerations for CBDCs

In the wake of the announcements of Facebook’s Libra and the Chinese government’s intention to have a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC), the topic of CBDCs as a new component of a country’s legal tender has become popular with governments and commentators. The basic idea… Read More

Block.one Announces Release Candidate for EOSIO Version 2, Update Improves Smart Contract Processing

EOS.io on iPhone

Block.one, a Cayman Islands-registered open-source software publisher that developed EOS, one of the largest platforms for building and deploying decentralized applications (dApps), revealed the release candidate for EOSIO 2, the Version 2 of its EOSIO protocol.  As noted in a press release shared with CrowdFund… Read More

Is EOS the iOS of Blockchain?

EOS.io on iPhone

EOS Explained. EOS is a smart contract platform for the development and launching of decentralized applications. The project aims to be completely decentralized in the future, with the ability to support industrial applications at higher speeds and no fees. You may have heard of EOS… Read More

EOS Creator Block.one Partners with SVK Crypto on $50 Million DApp Fund

EOS creator Block.one, and SVK Crypto, a London-based investor in blockchain tech, have partnered on a US$50 million fund to fuel the growth and development of the EOSIO blockchain ecosystem – which was released in the wild just this past week. In December 2017, Block.one… Read More

EOS Raised $4 Billion in Largest ICO Ever, Now they are Launching their Platform

EOS, described as an operating system on which scalable Decentralized Autonomous Communities, or “DACs,” can easily be built, launched, and governed, is ready to go. The company seeks to “empower communities to create the next era of disruptive organizations.” In a Tweet, EOS announced that… Read More

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