The EOS network, already characterized by critics as one of the cryptocurrency ecosystem’s most centralized projects, could be about to concentrate even more power in the hands of an even smaller number of actors. Block.one to Begin Voting for EOS Block Producers EOS creator Block.one on Thursday announced that it will begin staking its tokens […] read whole article

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