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Published by Block.one in June 2018, the EOSIO software is a blockchain-based smart contract platform aiming to power large-scale decentralized applications. The network uses a computation and storage resource exchange in place of transaction fees to create an easier user experience. Chief technology officer Dan Larimer previously founded two blockchain networks, Steem and BitShares. 

The EOS protocol operates on a different consensus algorithm than Bitcoin’s proof-of-work called delegated proof-of-stake, which prioritizes speed and scalability over absolute censorship-resistance and decentralization. 

A unique aspect of EOS is its approach to governance, or how tokenholders on the network vote and implement changes to the protocol over time. When a new user joins EOS, they must first sign the EOS User Agreement, which defines the rights of users on the network as well as methods for dispute resolution. 

EOS is competing against a growing number of smart contract platforms including Ethereum, Cardano, NEO and Tezos, among others. 

Market Analysis
Bitcoin is facing minor resistance near $50,000 but if this psychological barrier is crossed, a major breakout could occur in select altcoins.
Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, BCH, EOS, XMR, XTZ
Rakesh Upadhyay
2021-02-14T20:05:00+00:00
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News
Block.one holds a reported 140,000 BTC which is worth around double the EOS market cap. Does that make EOS a buy?
Block.one’s Bitcoin reserves are now worth double the entire EOS market cap
Martin Young
2021-01-15T04:14:47+00:00
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Price Analysis
Altcoins rallied strongly over the past week, but Bitcoin’s current consolidation could be a sign that the trend may reverse soon.
Top 5 cryptocurrencies to watch this week: BTC, ADA, EOS, THETA, AAVE
Rakesh Upadhyay
2021-01-10T19:30:42+00:00
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In a short blog post on EOS social media platform Voice, Larimer hinted at future social media development
Daniel Larimer, CTO of EOSIO developers block.one, resigns
Andrew Thurman
2021-01-10T15:17:54+00:00
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New Year Special
2020 may have been filled with challenges, but Bitcoin, stablecoins and DeFi protocols are the clear top performing crypto assets for the year.
Bitcoin, stablecoins and DeFi: 2020’s top-performing crypto assets
Joseph Young
2020-12-30T20:27:21+00:00
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Most major DeFi tokens will be available for trading on Eos.
Eosfinex set to list 18 DeFi tokens from Ethereum
Andrey Shevchenko
2020-12-10T15:00:58+00:00
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News
Analysts state that blockchain hacks should remain on the decline.
Report: Blockchain-related hacks have declined in 2020
Helen Partz
2020-11-02T12:21:42+00:00
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Follow up
Major cloud service providers are showing increased interest in joining blockchain networks.
Google Cloud bets on EOS blockchain, venturing further into crypto
Rachel Wolfson
2020-10-08T15:10:28+01:00
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