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President Nayib Bukele bet the house on Bitcoin – now it’s all blown up in his face.
FILE PHOTO - A sign reading “Pay with Bitcoin here” is set in a furniture store in San Salvador, El Salvador March 10, 2022. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
Technical support structures, and non-producing block producers were top of the agenda for the fifth Chief Delegate’s meeting.
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Sony is getting itself ‘metaverse’ ready to cope with the rise of web 3.0 technologies.
A view of the Sony booth during the 2020 CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. January 8, 2020. REUTERS/Steve Marcus/Files
An article in Wired is the first time a major publication has presented EOS in a light its community recognises, adding fuel to the biggest critics of Block.one.
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A fork submitted to a vote that is far from being unanimously approved by the community.
Season two of Pomelo sees more than a million dollars raised for EOS projects.
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An Italian version of this article is available at the bottom. LONDON (Bywire News) - One of the problems that afflict the crypto and blockchain sector is the number of attacks on smart contracts carried out by various methods. Some might be caused by errors; others by malicious activity. Whatever the cause, though, they both erode confidence in cryptocurrencies.  Every year, we can see how various projects and smart contracts suffer attacks resulting in millions of dollars worth of losses. Criminals often get away as they can use various techniques to hide the funds and cover their tracks. Unfortunately, when something like this happens, recovering those lost funds can be extremely difficult. Projects often do not offer any insurance or compensation which means victims often find themselves left on their own.  The structure of the blockchain can lend itself to such attacks. Criminals know all too well that it is impossible to turn it off or roll back transactions because these proced...
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Everything EOS Weekly Report — May 16thThe Everything EOS Weekly Report publishes all of the latest news and updates from around the world in the EOS ecosystem.Chinese/Korean at bottom || 中/韩文在底部 || 하단에 중국어/한국어The Everything EOS Weekly Report sources stories and updates from the community members that are part of the English, Chinese and Korean EOS communities. The Everything EOS Weekly Report is the best place to catch up on all the latest news in EOS from all around the world.This week includes:EOS: The Full Power of Web3Eden Meetings & Town HallsAlcor Exchange UpdatesEOS Support Developer SurveyWeekly Mandel Upgrade MeetingEOSIO Coalition ReportEOS Community Fireside ChatEOS: The Full Power of Web3Wired featured EOS in an insightful new article, “EOS Was the World’s Most-Hyped Blockchain. Its Fans Want It Back.”The article provides a detailed account of how Block.One raised $4 billion in the largest ICO of all time and how the EOS community took our future into our own hands, i...

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EOS Fireside Chats

Catch up with some of the highlights from the most recent EOS Fireside Chat including updates on Mandel, EOS and much more.
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TOP HEADLINES Rebranding EOS: Historical Significance and Look Forward The EOS mainnet community patiently awaits the next upgrade of EOSIO in Mandel. Note that the name Mandel is a placeholder for the rebranded version of EOSIO. The ENF retweeted $4 Billion DAO’s Medium
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EOSIO Coalition Report — May 12thSince formalizing an intent to collaborate by the creation and funding of a multisig treasury account armed with $2m USDT (of an $8m pledged annual budget) the EOSIO Coalition has been focused on prioritizing the initial projects to be addressed. In addition, coalition members continue to extend lines of communication, and remain receptive to the interests and needs of the broader EOSIO ecosystem.Scalability+Previously, the ENF funded the initial 4 working groups, Audit+, Core+, API+, and Wallet+ with $1.1m, and these working groups produced Blue Papers that have provided ample development recommendations, many of which are today informing EOSIO Coalition priorities.Scalability+ is the first working group initiated by the recently formed coalition. A Blue Paper is currently being co-authored by Guillaume Babin-Tremblay (UX Network), Lukas Sliwka (WAX), and Areg Hayrapetian (ENF).The Scalability+ working group is honing in on several key areas of develo...

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EOS Mandel 11

Questions about removing official Mac support and decisions about what will be updated to 3.1 and what will go to 3.2 dominate the eleventh meeting for Mandel.

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EOS Fireside Chat

A packed fireside chat includes updates on the second round of Pomelo, upcoming Twitter spaces, and the Recover + account.
By Alun John HONG KONG - Falling commodity prices dragged the Australian and Canadian currencies lower on Tuesday, although the dollar was steady against most other majors while bitcoin continued to tumble. The Aussie dollar dropped as low as $0.6920, its weakest since July 2020, having fallen 1.7% overnight, which analysts at CBA attributed to declines in global asset prices. "The backdrop of heightened financial market volatility suggests AUD can potentially fall further against the USD and other major crosses in the near term," they added. Global share markets took a battering on Monday with the Nasdaq dropping more than 4% in a sell-off led by mega-cap growth stocks. Meanwhile, oil prices fell around 6%, extending declines on Tuesday as coronavirus lockdowns in China, the top oil importer, fed worries about demand. Lower oil prices also hurt the Canadian dollar, which touched C$1.3037 per dollar, its weakest since November 2020 and the Norwegian crown touched 9.7184 per dollar, it...
Everything EOS Weekly Report — May 9thThe Everything EOS Weekly Report publishes all of the latest news and updates from around the world in the EOS ecosystem.Chinese/Korean at bottom || 中/韩文在底部 || 하단에 중국어/한국어The Everything EOS Weekly Report sources stories and updates from the community members that are part of the English, Chinese and Korean EOS communities. The Everything EOS Weekly Report is the best place to catch up on all the latest news in EOS from all around the world.This week includes:Chintai License with Monetary Authority of SingaporeThe First Worldwide Tokenized Pre-IPO on the European Digital Assets ExchangeRecover+ Portal PreviewEden Chief Delegate Meeting + TownhallThe Top Blockchain Games are on EOS VMEOS Mandel Launch Group MeetingWeekly EOSIO+ WG UpdatesEOS Community Fireside ChatArchitects of Consensus Dev SpotlightChintai License with Monetary Authority of SingaporeChintai, an EOS based fin-tech company that helps modernize capital markets, announced that it rece...
How EOS went from the plaything of a corporation to the world only truly open and democratic blockchain.
From working groups to working together, the ecosystem’s new motto: “action, action, we have action”. EOS Shareity delivers its report while ENF goes sight seeing for developers. Eden being down by law nicely compliments Yield+ liquid refreshments and EVM token capital demand. On the horizon, Mandel and fractally gain momentum.