eosDAC Opens Member Registration

       Posted on: Early-September

eosDAC is pleased to announce that it has fully opened its member registration function following trial release in late August 2018.

EOSDAC tokenholders are invited to log on to to register as Members of the DAC. Owning tokens alone does not confer the right to vote or to receive benefits of DAC membership; token holders must register as Members in order to participate in those and other aspects of the DAC.

The DAC Chain Initiative : Announcing an Exploration into How Usage of EOS Side Chains, and Separate Chains, May Create Benefits for Decentralized Autonomous Communities

       Posted on: Early-September

    A Decentralized Autonomous Community (DAC) is governed by its constitution, which is encoded in smart contracts on a blockchain.

This revolutionary concept allows groups to come together as a cooperative and benefit from their joint efforts.

July Financial Report

       Posted on: Late-August

This is a summary of eosDAC’s financial balances held by Incommsec Ltd and the transactions conducted by them on behalf of eosDAC during the month of July 2018. This is the report of an eosDAC service provider; it does not report on eosDAC’s cryptocurrency balances or on-chain transactions, which are conducted by the DAC itself.

     eosDAC August Updates 

       Posted on: Mid-August

      1. Block Production

       – Active Block Producer on the EOS Blockchain

       – Our block production team are highly respected throughout the EOS community

       – Role involves advanced technical skill and 24/7 on-call.

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eosDAC Update on Active Workstreams and Approved Proposals

Posted on: Early August

eosDAC is pleased to share with the community the outcome of the August worker proposal process, in which we again prioritise block production, increase investment in the DAC Tools and continue to support robust marketing and community growth. In delivering these workstreams we have sought to generate maximum value to token holders without cost escalation; our total wage bill is in line with the prior month.

Walk-through of eosDAC’s Token Explorer

Posted on: Early August

The eosDAC Token Explorer is in final testing and will be ready for its beta launch shortly. In this video, Brandon Cummings gives us a sneak peak. For news about progress on the rest of the DAC toolkit, feel free to track our Github.

Financial Report of Service Provider

Posted on: Mid July

This is a summary of eosDAC’s financial balances held by Incommsec Ltd and the transactions conducted by them on behalf of eosDAC during the month of June 2018. This is the report of an eosDAC service provider; it does not report on eosDAC’s cryptocurrency balances or on-chain transactions, which are conducted by the DAC itself.  

eosDAC Announces First Approved Worker Proposals, Prioritising Block Production, and DAC Toolkit

Posted on: Mid July

Today we would like to share the initial product of one of the non-code ‘open source’ systems we are implementing at eosDAC – the worker proposal system. Worker proposals allow anybody to propose work – framed as a deliverable – and, if approved by the Custodian board, receive funding from eosDAC. We have borrowed this model of worker-initiated project funding from various blockchain projects and specifically from the framework proposed by for EOS itself.  

eosDAC accelerates progress on DAC Toolkit, partners with Object Computing

Posted on: Early July

Following on from the double successes of being voting in as a Block Producer and the move (and independent validation) of the eosDAC token to the EOS Mainnet, the eosDAC launch team is rapidly moving ahead with the work on it’s foundational DAC Toolkit. This is essential work to allow eosDAC, and other DACs, to function effectively on the EOS chain and fulfill the promise of the powerful eosio software.

The eosDAC Token Distribution Is Complete!

Posted on: Late June

Today the eosDAC launch team is pleased to announce it successfully distributed EOSDAC tokens onto the EOS chain. These tokens were accurately moved so users have the same number of EOSDAC on the EOS Mainnet as the eosDAC they had on the Ethereum chain at the time of the freeze, 23:59 UTC June 1st 2018.

EOS BP Security Statement

Posted on: Late May

This article was written in collaboration with Eric Björk of Sw/eden, Eugene Luzgin of EOS Tribe, Jae Chung of HKEOS, Igor Lins e Silva of EOS Rio, Michael Yeates of eosDAC, and @jemxpat.

eosDAC Airdrop and Burn

Posted on: Late May

It is the vision of eosDAC that EOS.IO block production should be open for everyone to contribute and benefit. To realise this vision, eosDAC is an evolving Decentralised Autonomous Community (DAC) focused on EOS.IO Block Production serving the EOS communities worldwide. To develop its community, and to make sure it included the EOS stakeholders, eosDAC decided to airdrop 75% of its tokens onto the EOS Distribution.

eosDAC Ltd Operational Structure in Place for eosDAC Launch

Posted on: Late May

On the 1 st June 2018, eosDAC ERC20 Ethereum-based tokens will be frozen. Over the days that follow, eosDAC will launch as a Decentralised Autonomous Community on the EOS blockchain and all token holders will then be able to take control of their eosDAC tokens and begin to utilise them on the new EOS-based chain.

eosDAC Airdrop Possibly Reason for EOS All-Time Price High

Posted on: Late April

EOS is reporting gains on a down day for the wider crypto markets and may soon rally to fresh all-time highs.

As of writing, the world’s fifth largest cryptocurrency by market valuation is changing hands at $14.61 – up 7.6 percent in the last 24 hours, according to CoinMarketCap.

Meanwhile, most other major coins are flashing red. For instance, bitcoin is reporting 1.2 percent drop, bitcoin cash and IOTA are down 12 percent each and names like ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), cardano and stellar are down at least 8 percent each.

eosDAC Newsletter – eosDAC Snapshot Completed – Airdrop Progressing

Posted on: Late April

The April 15th 01:00 UTC snapshot is complete. You can check if your Ethereum address was included for the airdrop at . If you had less than 100 EOS, please request for your address to be included before May 15th at .

A Big Step Towards Our Decentralized Future: I’ve Joined the eosDAC Launch Team!

Posted on: Early April

Back in 2013 when I started my bitcoin journey, I learned about the terms “DAC” and “DAO.” My mind was totally blown.

A decentralized autonomous organization (DAO), sometimes labeled a decentralized autonomous corporation (DAC), is an organization that is run through rules encoded as computer programs called smart contracts. A DAO’s financial transaction record and program rules are maintained on a blockchain. The precise legal status of this type of business organization is unclear. Full Episode 6 – Introducing eosDAC, EOS Nation, and weekly Q&A with Thomas Cox

Posted on: Early April

The eosDAC team were interviewed on the YouTube channel. EOS is a weekly “vodcast” (video podcast), streaming live on Youtube every Monday at 6:00pm EST / 2200 UTC.

eosDAC : Beyond Block Production – The DAC Enabler

Posted on: Early April

In 2014, Daniel Larimer introduced the concept of Decentralized Autonomous Communities, or “DACs”. To realise this concept the EOS software has been developed by led by Daniel Larminer and Brendan Blumer. Block.One’s early presentations talked about EOS.IO software ushering in ‘The Era of DACs’. They showed how DACs were more transparent, auditable, trustworthy and inclusive than existing companies and how this would result in DACs being ultra competitive.

Calling all EOS Token Holders – Get Ready for the eosDAC Snapshot

Posted on: Late March

eosDAC is a leading EOS Block Producer candidate. Currently run by a twelve person ‘launch team’ spanning three continents. eosDAC is preparing to launch as a Decentralised Autonomous Community (DAC) on the EOS blockchain in early June.

eosDAC April airdrop – EOS holders relieved as exchange aligns for snapshot

Posted on: Late March

UPbit (업비트), the massive Korean crypto exchange, with the second largest trade volume in EOS IO tokens worldwide at article release, have announced that they intend to distribute eosDAC tokens to EOS token holders hosted on the UPbit exchange.

eosDAC Block Producer Candidate Information

Posted on: Late March

eosDAC is keen to share with the community as many details as possible about how it will operate. As such we welcome the EOS Go initiative to collate a list of block producer candidates with a standard set of data.

Block Producer Candidate Report #1

Posted on: Early March

The following is a randomized list of current Block Producer Candidates (BPCs) and public contact URLs. The list will be re-randomized every week. The information presented here was submitted directly by BPCs and has been minimally checked by EOS Go volunteers but not verified for completeness or accuracy.

Once Upon a Time: BIOS Booting an EOSIO blockchain

Posted on: 8th March

Discussions within the EOS community has led me to believe that the EOS Software’s boot-up sequence will probably be something like the following, which I offer here in the spirit of capturing the consensus of the community.  

Introducing eosDAC : The Community Owned EOS Block Producer

Posted on: Early March

The EOSIO Software being developed by will facilitate the first highly scalable smart contract blockchains, with transaction fees covered through small levels of token inflation. This will allow the development of genuinely scalable decentralised applications, and online/onblock businesses which can be owned by their communities.

EOS.IO Block Producer Guesstimated Specs

Posted on: Late February

Some of the great unanswered questions for EOS relate to the Block Producers. There will be 21 main producers and up to 100 reserves who will be voted for by the EOS token holders – What servers/infrastructure will they run? and what will this mean for the EOS Blockchain(s)?

BlockMaker.IO Core Principles and Token Distribution Details

Posted on: Early February

It is the vision of BlockMaker.IO that EOSIO block production should be open for everyone to contribute and benefit. To realise this vision, BlockMaker.IO will be an evolving decentralised autonomous cooperative (DAC) focused on becoming a leading EOSIO Block Producer serving the EOSIO communities worldwide.

EOS.IO DAWN 2.0 Released & Development Update

Posted on: February 9th

EOS.IO Dawn 2.0 has been released along with a public test network which will be maintained by the team. This release provides an Alpha implementation of most of the remaining features described in our Roadmap for Fall 2017 and originally targeted for completion by December 21, 2017. As published in our Roadmap, “Phase 2 — Minimal Viable Test Network” was to demonstrate the following by Fall 2017:

EOS.IO Development Update

Posted on: January

We have been very busy working to make EOS.IO the best smart contract platform on the market. Our team has been pushing the boundaries of blockchain design to provide the best possible balance between ease of development and performance.