So, now that we've finally begun launching the mainnet and verifying the snapshot of EOS owners, several disconcerting factors have come to light.
First, it has been shown that nearly 50% of EOS are owned by the top 10 holders, and another 25% by the next 90, so nearly 80% of EOS tokens are owned by the top 100 holders. This is not a great start to a decentralised platform.
The prospect of having been mislead over this past year's ICO is alarming.
Is EOS becoming yet another crypto where a few unknown agents can set up the rules and control the conversation because the rest of us don't own enough voting power to challenge them?
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