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EOS Sitting Cool As EOSIO Launch Approaches

We encourage everyone in the community to remain on high alert for scams, phishing, hacks and other activities from bad actors. Please stay tuned to EOSIO channels for official information. Learn more here.https://t.co/ZKTno7pVft — EOS (@EOS_io) June 1, 2018 Today is the day. EOS is about to see the launch of Block.One’s EOSIO 1.0 software, the first in what will no doubt be many updates to the ever-growing EOS network. From this, entrepreneurs will now be able to build their own blockchain from the EOSIO software and can initiate forks as they wish, allowing for the customisation of tokens among...

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EOSIO Is On Track, Ignore What The News Reports Say!

There have been a number of false reports out very recently that state EOS is experiencing huge difficulties leading up to the launch of EOSIO, the EOS MainNet, as a part of Block.One’s development within the EOS ecosystem. See more about the involvement of Block.One in a recent report by ourselves, here- https://cryptodaily.co.uk/2018/05/block-one-will-use-decentralisation-boost-eos-future/ Media has incorrectly reported a potential delay in the release of EOSIO V1 due to software vulnerabilities. Our team has already fixed most and is hard at work with the remaining ones. EOSIO V1 is on schedule; please stay tuned to our EOSIO channels for official information....

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Ethereum Classic (ETC) Is The New Institutional Favorite After Bitcoin (BTC) And EOS (EOS)

Ethereum Classic (ETC) and Bitcoin (BTC) are often compared for their similarities in terms of immutability, decentralization, and limited supply. The total number of Bitcoin (BTC) that will ever be mined is 21,000,000. The total number of Ethereum Classic (ETC) that will ever be mined is 210,000,000 according to Ethereum Classic’s Monetary Policy. This means that both of these assets are likely to appreciate in value over time as mining difficulty increases and the number of coins that remain to be mined decreases. The demand will naturally rise as the supply decreases while the coins are mined. As a blockchain...

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EOS (EOS) Is Not Done Dumping Ethereum (ETH) Yet

EOS (EOS) has been on a steady rise against Ethereum (ETH) since November 2017. Institutional interest in the project has been increasing and the price has continued to reflect that. However, the real interest in EOS (EOS) surfaced when the cryptocurrency openly declared war on Ethereum (ETH) and announced that it will no longer be running on the Ethereum blockchain and that it should be perceived as an Ethereum competitor, not an Ethereum project or just another ERC20 token. While EOS (EOS) has done enough to prove its mettle in the blockchain industry, it does not want to stop there....

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Huge Vulnerabilities Discovered In EOS Network

As EOS approaches their MainNet launch, reports out today suggest that Chinese internet security firm, 360 Total Security have discovered a number of crucial vulnerabilities within the EOS network that could have quite a harsh impact on the currency and of course, on the EOS platform. The premise of this vulnerability is that, on the network, a hacker or an attacker is able to publish a smart contract that contains malicious code. Within this, a super node can they go on to execute this smart contract, which, depending on the nature of the code, could then go on to open...

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