EOS Canada was pleased to be invited to the first EOS Community Conference in Seoul, South Korea, initiated by EOS NodeOne. Dr Richard Reiner of EOS Canada, participated in the panel discussion 'Mainnet Infrastructure & Security' moderated by Matias Romeo / EOS Argentina, and included Igor Lins e Silva / EOS Rio, Eric Björk / EOS Sw/eden, Eugene Luzgin / EOS Tribe, and John Milburn.
A Long Journey
On 22 May 2017 a software company calling itself Block.One revealed EOS to the world, and announced their intent to launch a “new blockchain operating system designed to support commercial decentralized applications.” In the year since that first announcement, a passionate and diverse community has rallied around the platform. This community has grown to hundreds of thousands across the globe, united behind that original vision, working together towards the most ambitious decentralized launch effort of a public blockchain network the world has ever seen.
Disclaimer: As a token holder, it is important that you do nothing during this period. Never expose your private key to anyone for any reason. Only when it is formally announced safe by multiple trusted Block Producer Candidates should you attempt to participate in voting or other actions. Ignoring this statement could result in the loss of tokens.
Lately, we have been very busy helping the community to build an open network that will spearhead EOS into the world.