EOS Community Steps Up Battle for Organizational Control Against Former Developer Block.one By Cointelegraph



Members of the ecosystem, a blockchain designed to power decentralized applications, or DApps, are expressing their displeasure with former developer Block.one. As a result, they formed their own organization and elected new leaders with the aim of reorganizing the network.

Accessed by Cointelegraph, Yves La Rose, the “community-elected CEO” of the new EOS Foundation, made the following prepared statement at a virtual conference:

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