The long-awaited EOS user agreement was approved by 21 of the 30 blockmakers of the network. This point was reached at the end of months of discussions and a vote impasse. Newly approved documents still cause block makers to have a say in the network.
After the EOS main network was launched about 10 months ago, major debates erupted about the rules governing the network's management details. According to some, the proof of stake (DPoS) consensus is preventing the network from being decentralized. While realists think that there is no other way, idealists want to create a decentralized network.
The Future of EOS
It is argued that the EOS structure gives more power to the blockers. The changed user agreement did not change anything about it. Some decisions on the network cannot be retrieved only by block creators. Therefore, when the dispute arises, the votes of the users are used. Nevertheless, ultimately block makers can impose their will.
There are also problems created by blocked addresses on the network. There is currently no information on blocked addresses for any reason in the past, and the problem is expected to be resolved by the new user agreement. When determining the user agreement, at least 15% of the network should be reached but the success cannot be achieved because the participation is low. Currently, the EOS continues to advance on the backs of the blockers.
On the other hand, according to data from Eoswriter.io, EOS developer Block.one's CTO, Daniel Larimer, has stated that he has signed a record by performing 70 million transactions on the EOS network via Twitter. Stating that 810 smart contracts can be performed in seconds, Larimer added that the team continued to work on scaling.