Tag: eosusd

Oct 09 2021

Sep 05 2021

EOS under fire over claims its ICO was a shady “pump scheme”

Sep 05 2021 Published at CryptoSlate under tags  eos eosusd hacks regulation scams

During a year-long initial coin offering (ICO) that ended in 2018, EOS raised a record $4.2 billion, making it the biggest ICO in history. Combined with its Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) consensus mechanism, which has throughput thousands of times greater than Ethereum's, expectations were high. But these...

Jan 11 2021

Community reacts as Dan Larimer exits EOS even after $4 billion ICO

Jan 11 2021 Published at CryptoSlate under tags  eosusd people

The EOS founder left after three years of working on the high-speed blockchain project. But critics aren’t impressed. Bye, EOS Daniel Larimer, CTO at EOS code maintainer and operator Block.one, has permanently departed the project, as per a post by the firm on...

Jan 10 2021

Altseason returns, with Bitcoin SV, IOTA, EOS, and more surging by over 20%

Jan 10 2021 Published at CryptoSlate under tags  algousd altcoins eosusd mkrusd

Over the past three days, both Bitcoin and Ethereum have entered a holding pattern. For BTC, this has meant consolidation between $39,000 and $42,000. For ETH, this has meant consolidation between $1,100 and $1,250. While some fear that this consolidation is indicative of an impending market top, altcoins have begun to break higher, with BTC and ETH gains cycling into other segments...

Dec 17 2020

Today In Crypto: Bitcoin Soars Past $20 K| CME announces Ether Futures| Ruffer Investment Sell Gold To Buy Bitcoin | FCA Announces Temporary Relief for Crypto Businesses

Dec 17 2020 Published at Coingape under tags  adausd altcoin news bitcoin news bnbusd btcusd

Today was quite a historic as well as an eventful day in the crypto space with several bullish and positive news emerging across the world. We will look at some of the top stories of the day which made headlines. Bitcoin crosses $20,000 for the first time, $21,000 by EOD seems highly possible. CME announces The post Today In Crypto: Bitcoin Soars Past...

Nov 05 2020

No, Ethereum dApps have not suffered the most crypto hacks (it’s EOS)

Nov 05 2020 Published at CryptoSlate under tags  eosusd ethusd hacks

Malicious actors have targeted crypto protocols and exchanges ever since Bitcoin started to gain in both popularity and value back in 2011. However, while on-chain analysis shows such attacks have declined this year, they remain the leading cause of concern for crypto projects. However, contrary to popular belief, Ethereum-based applications and tokens have not been attacked as much...

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