The Startup Block.one that controls 10% of the total issue of token EOS, plans to take part in the vote for the producers of blocks.
https://t.co/LgcclYjBIb’s Participation as Voting EOS Community Memberhttps://t.co/nmDDcrxurY
— EOS (@EOS_io) June 28, 2018
Currently, none of the nod there is no support for more than 3% of 1 billion EOS. Since each token allows you to vote for 30 candidates, the company can potentially gain control over all the nodes. For this reason, the decision of the developers caused some concern in the community.
“I think it is problematic that Block.one now participates in the selection of manufacturers of power because it undermines their role as a neutral third party and provides them with a significant impact on the network”, — wrote user Arianna Simpson.
Researcher, laboratory of cryptoeconomy at the Massachusetts Institute of technology Christian Catalini convinced that each new managerial approach in the industry must be tested before dismissed.
“Overall, when you are experimenting, you can discover attractive solutions, which, unfortunately, will not stand the test of time”, — said the expert.
At the same time, the head of the community of EOS Canada Joshua Kaufman said that a vote would allow Block.one resist nodes for which there are only a few large holders of tokens.
Recall the full-fledged core network EOS was held on 14 June.