“What happened this Week on EOSIO” summarises the past 7 days of news sent by EOS Go. This edition’s timeframe goes from the 17th February to the 23rd of February.
Binance recently carried out and published an analysis on the governance of EOS, highlighting all its problems and possible weaknesses. Many of these topics have already been discussed repeatedly within the community during 2019. Will EOS be able to improve once again and carry on the title of the most used public blockchain?
Agora Innovation obtains a seven-digit investment from FinLab EOS VC, a venture capital fund backed by Block.one and FinLab AG. Through their product: IVE.ONE, Agora brings compliant digital assets on both the Ethereum and EOSIO blockchains.
LiquidApps has just released their brand new enterprise specific solution: LiquidChains. What are the advantages of this new concept? And how can it be used?
The Murmur team, one of the first dApps on the EOS mainnet, recently announced their launch to the Telos network. What is the reason for this transition? Read more...
After recently announcing that users can now trade WAX, EOSDT and EOS-USDT on their platform, EOSLocally just added two promising coins: BOS and TELOS! Additionally, they’ve also added a new important payment method via Paypal, enabling new users to conveniently complete transactions on EOSLocally.
In regards to the EOS space, a lot has been happening recently and there are quite a few scammers that have decided to come out to play. We thought then outlining these so no matter who you are you can be aware.
Taking a quick look at the dApps market, we can see that EOS is losing ground to Ethereum and also Tron, compared to a few months ago. How can we come back to our previous levels?
BlockArcade recently launch a beta version of their dApp on the WAX blockchain. Initially they were considering launching on the EOS mainnet, but in the end they decided on WAX for one main reason.
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