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EOS opted for a year-long token distribution process, and now its holders are making sure that the project has one of the most stressed mainnet implementations.
On June 10th, Block.one launched EOS mainnet, more than a week after releasing version 1.0 of the EOSIO software. However, to activate the platform, at least 15 percent EOS token holders are needed to elect the network’s 21 “block producers” by voting.
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This voting process turned out to be the biggest roadblock for the project as, even after 5 days, only 10 percent of the ... (read more)