There is a fallback method available for those who did not register before the deadline. The link below should be a good starting point to access your funds via the EOS blockchain:
Any event (action) that occurs on an eosio chain is at least a part of a transaction. The transactions are sent to a node that either belongs directly to a block producer, or will be forwarded to one. When sending transactions, resources are used up and can not be reused for 24 hours. These are CPU and NET bandwidth, and possibly RAM. In order to access ...
It is official.
See the link below.
This article was written by EOS New York. EOS New York is the top 21 Block Producer on the EOS Mainnet Blockchain.
I asked EOS New York about this content via Twitter.
EOS New York responded as follows.
Block on isn't ...
I think this question would be better served in the Governance area of the EOS Go Forum as this site is more for troubleshooting developer issues. (https://forums.eosgo.io/)
In theory, yes if the community wanted that, they would have the means to make that happen. There are currently two governing docs that are to be respected on the chain. The default ...