EOS freezes 7 accounts in violation of its own ‘constitution’
EOS is struck with another controversy just days after the launch of its blockchain. The 21 block producers (BPs) of the cryptocurrency have unanimously decided to freeze seven EOS accounts that were suspected to be carrying stolen funds. The action was taken as part of the EOS911 initiative — a safety protocol put forth by block producer EOS42, which makes it possible to recover funds in cases of emergencies like thefts. What is particularly contentious about this move is that the decision was knowingly taken in violation of the rules laid out in the EOS constitution. The EOS constitution requires such… This story continues at The Next Web
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