The results of the snapshot of the network from the EOS Authority indicate that the remaining 49.67% of all tokens (496,735,539) contains only ten addresses. With 100 million tokens (approximately $1.5 billion) belongs to a startup Block.one in addition to almost $4 billion in Ethereum equivalent collected within the ICO. This is stated on Reddit.

If we exclude Block.one of the TOP 10 addresses own 39,67% of all tokens (396,735,539).

The TOP 100 addresses control 64,82% of total emissions (excluding Block.one), and TOP-1000 owns 75,81%.

It is likely that the largest holders are not individuals, and cryptocurrency exchanges such as Bitfinex, Binance and Bithumb.

However, only 25 exchanges, according to CoinMarketCap, have trading volume in pairs with EOS more than $1 million, Respectively, at least 75 addresses of the first hundred belongs not to the exchanges, and they are 250 million tokens.

Given that the blockchain EOS is built on delegated Proof-Of-Stake, questions about the development of the network to be voted on. So, would soon be elected manufacturers of the units who will have wide-ranging powers to confiscate addresses, smart contracts and decentralized apps.

Bitfinex is aiming for this place, and if at least one of the first dozens of addresses belongs to this exchange, it can greatly affect the outcome of any vote.

We will remind, earlier the release of the software EOS 1.0.

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