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Marko Jovicic



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Hi Marko, thanks for coming here.

When it comes to EOS, Block.one, which owns 10% of the total supply of EOS tokens, outlines the requirements that block producer’s candidates must meet in order to receive the company’s support. These are:

1. The general location of the node has been disclosed publicly through the BP JSON file;

2. The block producer candidate’s node should be publicly queryable;

3. The node should be running EIOS v2.0 or higher.

Kevin Rose, who is currently in charge of the relations between Block.one and the EOS community, explained that the first requirement was “only a factor” that will be used to determine who will receive support. 

“As with any public decentralized blockchain, understanding the general geographic distribution of block producing nodes is helpful information for self-evident reasons.”

Last week, the crypto media outlets reported that EOS’ Block.one was sued by the Crypto Assets Opportunity Fund (CAOF) for allegedly misleading investors.

Technically looking, the ascending trend line has been supporting the EOS price at $2.46 from pushing lower. On the upside, the 100-DMA resistance is providing resistance, while its break would pave the way for a move to target the 200-DMA at $3.04.


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