“What happened this Week on EOSIO” summarises the past 7 days of news sent by EOS Go. This edition’s timeframe goes from the 11th May to the 17th of May.
In the last few days many members of the community were wondering if Block.One would announce a new B1 June like last year's Washington event. So far no official news had been given, so it was quite unlikely that a new event would be announced, but hope dies last. From Brendan Blumer's latest tweets, it has been confirmed that there will be no event on June 1st, but they are already preparing to organize the next one, where they should announce more new products.
Brendan Blumer wanted to clarify on Twitter for good how Block.One approaches $EOS. From his statement he pointed out how Block.One believes that the main strength of EOS is its decetrallized community, and that a more centralized version of EOS would be counterproductive. They are also planning to be more active in the $EOS community through the PBE, and will begin voting by the end of this month.
Token Pocket's team recently announced the official closing of their exchange, the TP Exchange. The exchange will be permanently closed on May 15, before that date users can withdraw their assets.
Starting this week we will start publishing the EOS Go Hot Tokens, the first weekly ranking of EOS tokens that best performed during the week.
This week's top performers are
1. EFX: +30.4% 2. YAS: +43.7% 3. TRO: +19.7%
Spielworks closed a seven-digit investment from Volksbank Mittweida and FinLab EOS VC, a venture capital fund backed by Block.one and FinLab AG. With this new investment, Spielworks will expand its gaming platform (and wallet) Wombat by onboarding new high-quality games and users.
The community has been waiting for more updates and details since Block.one announced that they would vote for Block Producers on EOS at the end of May. Finally today, Block.one released the initial criteria and next steps for voting.
From some recent tweets, Vitalik Buterin expressed his respect for EOS, and for how, while disagreeing with DPoS, it is developing an alternative, principled and cohesive niche. He then concluded by sharing his opinion on Dan Larimer.
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