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The Ethereums that Block.one earned from ICO is literally converted into real cash. They sold it back to really money because that's the whole point of doing ICO, earning funds for further development.


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Yes, Block.one has a venture capital arm named EOS VC where they fund new projects that build on the EOSIO protocol: EOS VC invests across sectors, and focuses on projects that have the highest likelihood of delivering value through the application of blockchain technology. This includes: social media, gaming, entertainment, fintech, healthcare, supply ...


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The nodes cannot communicate with each other directly but both the nodes can communicate with the chain or genesis node. you have to just add IP and port of the genesis node into the -p2p-peer-address field of .conf file of the node.


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Did they sell all the ether? How much is left? Yes, all ether was transferred from the token sale contract, some of which ended up on Bitfinex. How much usd funding do they have to support themselves? How is block.one allocating their funds? Block.one is not a publicly traded company, so most of this information is not public. However, you can ...


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But what is the history of Block.one? Block.one is a company registered in Cayman Islands founded on May 2017 after the first version of the EOSIO whitepaper was published by Dan Larimer (current CTO of Block.one.) The now-CEO of Block.one, Brendan Blumer, approached the now-CTO of Block.one, Dan Larimer, to discuss possible collaborations, and together ...


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EOS is a decentralized public blockchain managed by a community. There are many independent roadmaps from various projects that may be building privacy-focused side chains, tooling for developers, governance/ecosystem tools, decentralized exchanges, and others. Further, EOS blockchain uses the EOSIO software, which was developed and is primarily maintained ...


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