EOS New York is one of the most impressive BPs that we know. They truly have a “New York State of Mind” because they seemingly never stop working and contributing to the community from all angles. Community, software, hardware and politically. When we talk about wanting vocal, principled leaders, EOS New York is at the very top of our list.
With a range of experience in the areas of Entrepreneur/VC, high level marketing, and enterprise datacenter deployment and management, this team has the talent and effort to deliver free-market solutions they promise in their mission statement.
Not only did they create the first draft of the now passed EOS User Agreement, but have also taken initiative for keeping the Ledger wallet software maintained. All while building their own hardware wallet called “Metro”.
EOS New York has a very strong voice in the community and is strengthened by their participation in conferences and meetups. They stay active on social media and provide an excellent weekly roundup called “The EOS Echo”; a great way to stay up-to-date for all things EOS related.
EOS New York has been in the Top 21 BPs since the mainet launch and are a reflection of the the Free Market, voluntary ideology that EOS was built upon. We appreciate the recent move to producing blocks in South Africa to help further distribute the network throughout the globe. Their free market perspective, constant focus on the user experience and overall security of the network is exactly what we are looking for.
EOS Nation is an independently owned and funded team making their mark in the EOS ecosystem through their truly global outreach and education efforts. They have been a vocal community leader, maintained a professional image and have consistently created value for the community since before the EOS mainnet launch.
Major contributions include helping develop the EOS Referendum system alongside other BPs. The EOS genesis Lost Key Recovery System was integral in helping new users regain access their property. Their most recent “EOS Detective” tool brings blockchain forensics to the masses for free.
Their ever-growing EOS Nation Ambassador program reaches all across the world. It supports and funds meetups as well as providing the resources for this diverse team of Ambassadors to translate EOS articles in up to 6 different languages! Their community meetups have taken place across Canada, Nigeria, Switzerland, Ukraine, Kosovo, and China.
What we really appreciate is their willingness to meet with and share the knowledge they learn with other BPs as well as the community as a whole. They are in this EOS experiment 100% to make a change in the world and it shows by the level of effort consistently seen by the entire team.
EOS Argentina has the goal of representing both Argentina and Latin America's communities which we feel is fertile ground for EOS and blockchain adoption. They earned our respect by contributing to the launch of EOS and with their experience maintaining nodes on the Bitshares and Steem blockchains. They are technically savvy team that is helping grow EOS adoption in Latin America. We love the passion this team brings as well as the geographic variety EOS Argentina gives our proxy.
We are very pleased with how they have voted on chain and believe they carry the torch of freedom and the entrepreneurial spirit. Being a block producer requires being a vocal leader and voting for the EOS User Agreement and for “DECAF” is aligned with our vision for the EOS mainnet.
EOS Cafe Block is a BP focused heavily on creating the best user experience possible. This includes actively participating in the testnets, collaborating with other BPs as well as pushing the envelope on smoother and better usability. They share a vision of a more decentralized world and have been working towards this since the mainnet launch of EOS. They showed this by voting in support of the EOS User Agreement which we are aligned with as well.
Being a fully compliant entity in Canada with a large Canadian banking partner and Canadian exchange partners they are focusing on building a transparent operation with a solid reputation. With efforts to expand to have a more global reach and presence, this team is working hard to connect and educate the EOS community through a variety of ways, including building an EOS Cafe in cities around the world, offering a technical advisory service to help incubate projects, engaging businesses to explain the benefits of EOS integration, generating high quality multilingual educational content, investing in meetups & conferences, and making very useful tools. This team is very active on social media and are very willing to help if you reach out to them.
They co-created one of the best EOS front end interfaces with www.Bloks.io. It is more of a full service blockchain experience that provides one of the best user experiences on the market today. We’ve enjoyed getting to know EOS Cafe Block at many different conferences and believe they are a great leader within the community.
Self-branded as “the Community-Owned EOS Block Producer and DAC Enabler”, the eosDAC team was the first to experiment with launching and operating as a decentralized block producer community. “DAC” stands for “Decentralized Autonomous Community” . The eosDAC BP is governed by its own constitution and is structured by its token holders and the board members they vote in to run its operations. Their recently released Member Client allows eosDAC token holders to register as members and begin to participate in the DACs operations. eosDAC is pioneering the future of decentralized communities and we can’t cheer them enough for blazing the trail.
They believe the most important jobs of a BP is to produce blocks and keep the network secure. We love this belief. To maintain geographic flexibility, they have diversified their block production infrastructure to different locations including the UK, Romania and South Korea. We appreciate their many years of DPOS experience going back to their involvement in the Bitshares community and operating a witness (producing) node on the Steemit blockchain. They have built a great reputation throughout their years in DPOS and by their collaborations with EOS BPs to this day.
Perhaps the most unique feature of eosDAC is their dedication to providing assistance to forming new DACs. They have created the “DAC toolkit” to help this process as well as offering peer code review and airdrop advisory services.
We believe that eosDAC has created a very unique BP structure for community involvement and are very interested to see how it continues to evolve and grow.
EOS Authority has been a great contributor to the EOS community since mainnet launch. They keep the user in mind and build creative tools to help visualize the EOS blockchain. They make time to reach out to the community through their active social media channels and attending and hosting of conferences.
Specific efforts that stood out to us was their review of REX code, making a referendum voting portal, an account alert system and how they are supporting the EOS User Agreement.
This is a team who has built a solid reputation and who has proven their dedication to holding themselves to a high standard to the community. We believe they are a great representative and a team we are willing to stand behind to keep supporting and growing the EOS community.
EOS42 is a founding Block Producer on the EOS mainnet headquartered in London. We’ve had the privilege to meet most of the EOS42 team in person at several EOS events and found them to be friendly, professional and very technical.
Socially speaking, their dedication to hosting and attending meetups and conferences has positioned them well as a trusted and approachable team. Block Producers need to build trust and reputation in the community and EOS42 has done a great job.
Technically speaking, their team has shown proven experience at launching the EOS mainnet, participating in testnets and developing industrial strength Chintai resource exchange. We are especially excited to see how they provide liquidity and opportunity for token holders to trade and lease NFTs, SFTs and other in-game digital assets (like dragons!). The Video Gaming Industry is about to change forever and marketplaces and exchanges like Chintai are well positioned to help it succeed.
Financially speaking, the transparency offered by the EOS42 team is second-to-none. They have created several wallets for specific purposes so that the community can clearly see how they are spending their block rewards. Overall, EOS42 is a very strong team financially, technically and socially and are creating countless value for the EOS community.
Team Greymass is one of the most respected BPs in the ecosystem and for good reason. They have built their incredible reputation through working with other BPs and the wider community to progress the understanding of EOSIO codebase and sharing that knowledge openly. The impact this team has had behind the scenes has been monumental and has added to the overall security and reliability to the EOS blockchain.
They co-founded the EOS Mechanics Research Group whose mission is to “continuously challenge the limits of EOSIO high-performance computing, and provide the community with monitoring tools, empirical research data, best practices and guidelines to help block producers and node operators improve their performance, scale their operations and optimize their infrastructure”. They were one of the few teams maintaining a full history node when many other teams couldn’t afford to. In the early days, Greymass released one of the first wallets which is still used and trusted to this day. Big Thanks to your team for contributing in so many ways!
Their support of EOS User Agreement shows they share our vision of supporting a more free market driven blockchain. Their strong technical ability, dedication to the community, and their vision is exactly the type of leadership we love from BPs to support at FreedomProxy.
EOSphere is a very outgoing BP team based out of Perth, Australia. They impressed us with their combination of transparency, voting record, dapp development and abundant community outreach efforts.
We loved seeing their on chain support of the EOS User Agreement as well as their support to end ECAF.
EOSphere has done a great job staying in touch with the community by attending conferences, hosting local meetups and sponsoring hackathons. Keeping an active, positive public image is important to us as blockchain in general continues to have issues with perceived confidence and safety.
EOSphere has worked with a number of Dapp teams including the Chintai lending platform, Emanate audio platform, PixEOS art platform, Trybe social media platform and the TokenYield.io project. We appreciate how EOSphere is helping grow the ecosystem by supporting several EOSIO blockchains. We share their vision of a decentralized world and know that many blockchains working together is how we will maintain lasting decentralization.
Tokenika is a team of experienced entrepreneurs from Poland who are very free market focused. Their understanding Delegated Proof of Stake and thought leadership in how it is governed was instrumental in removing the unnecessary, centralized ECAF monopoly that nearly ruined the decentralization of EOS mainnet. The “walled garden” approach presented at the London “Unconference” in Sept 2018 demonstrated how communities could come together under a similar smart contract and set their own rules of engagement without having to rely on comprehensive base layer arbitration. We also appreciate their understanding that the EOS community does NOT need an inflationary Worker Proposal fund at this point and are cautious to unleash that beast. There are quite a few socialist-leaning members in the EOS community which could quickly derail the experiment.
Libertarian Block Producers, like Tokenika, understand the concept of #buildfreedom and why it’s important to allow market forces the chance to balance things out.
Hailing from Hawaii the AlohaEOS team has branded themselves as being the “bridge connecting the East and West”. They are very active in both the Jungle and CryptoKylin testnets as well as creating various research portals, BP analysis tools and support for voting proxies.
We particularly appreciate the leadership in developing ‘eos-proxyinfo’ which is an on-chain contract that allows EOS proxy accounts to register additional info about themselves such as name, website, philosophy and more. Voting is one way that we can secure the EOS network and offering a platform for transparent proxies is significant.
They also built BP research tools including the “EOS Block Producer Research Portal” which aggregates the on-chain BP information and the “EOS Block Producer Benchmarks” portal which measures and compares execution time of custom contracts run by each BP. This helps both token holders and proxies see who’s lagging the network. We recently used their CPU tool to see that some current Block Producers have underperforming CPU speeds (https://www.alohaeos.com/tools/benchmarks). We do wish they were a more vocal team, but their on-chain voting speaks loudly enough.
EOS Sweden has been making a positive impact on the ecosystem since before the EOS mainnet launch. They execute on their stated priorities to produce blocks while constantly maintaining top tier bare metal infrastructure while implementing security best practices. They add to the overall health and strength of EOS by sharing what they learn as they work with other BPs in the testnets.
Their support of the EOS User Agreement and voting to end ECAF signalled to us they were ready to help lead EOS towards a more decentralized and free market blockchain. Anytime we find a strong tech team that is a vocal free market leader we will support them. Thank You EOS Sweden!
They created the “Superhero” testnet, one of the first large scale testnets for EOS in the early days. They were also a member of the “Ghostbusters”, a collaborative effort of BPs, initially working as a research effort, who ended up working together to help launch the mainnet. EOS Sweden’s efforts still continue to this day behind the scenes and we love sharing our appreciation for the hard work they put in.This is a team with a strong community focus combined with a great set of values they put into action.
EOS Asia is a combination of very strong entrepreneurs and world class technical members who have seen success launching applications and games garnering users in the tens of millions. Their “eosX” all-in-one EOS block explorer and toolkit is quite impressive and gives users a great experience. They are striving to be a leader in the development of mainstream EOS dApps and are encouraging the growth of new development teams by offering assistance in many ways.
We appreciate how they have worked diligently to bridge the East and West EOS communities. EOS Asia has built a great website resource in EOSGO.io, which has become a leading source for EOS information, educational tools and breaking news. They have remained active in the community through hosting hackathons, attending countless events around the globe and running one of the best telegram channels for EOS news.
We see EOS Asia as a very valuable contributor and reliable BP and appreciate the wide range of skill sets and value they add to the ecosystem. Their support of the EOS User Agreement was a great signal to us too!
EOS Metal helped raise the bar early on with its efforts to provide top tier bare metal infrastructure from the start. Even further, they have geographically spread their servers across several geopolitical countries, specifically Iceland, Spain, France and Germany. We appreciate their dedication to bare metal infrastructure, especially when you consider other higher ranked BPs still haven’t transitioned to bare metal yet.
Their focus on block production, top notch security and with heavy testnet participation is why we love EOS Metal. They know that EOS cannot succeed without a strong backbone of BPs dedicated to keeping the network strong and secure. They promise to maintain their independence and vision by remaining self funded and not taking outside investment.
EOS Metal has shown their support of free market solutions through their voting on chain to support the EOS User Agreement as well as with their major product, Tungsten. It aims to allow a way for dApp level arbitration without the need of a centralized arbitration group such as ECAF. We love the idea of dApp layer arbitration b/c it allows for the free market to compete and provide customized solutions depending on what you want/need.
EOS Metal is a tech savvy team focused on delivering the most reliable infrastructure for many different EOSIO blockchains. We share their vision and believe they have executed very well so far. We look forward to seeing them thrive in the future and are excited to see how they propel EOS to the next level.
The EOS Titan team is a very talented tech team with years of experience with Delegated Proof of Stake systems. They have helped launch Bitshares and have developed apps on the Steem blockchain. With their joint project, EOS Mechanics Research Initiative , they are providing in depth analytics on the EOS ecosystem and publishing it to the community for free inside at their “EOS Titan Labs” website. This is the type of passion and dedication to the overall community that we appreciate that goes on behind the scenes. We could mention all the monitoring and analytics tools that EOS Titan provides but it's just too many to list. We highly recommend you check it out.
In addition, EOS Titan shares our vision of free markets and they let it be known on chain. We love that they have been vocal leaders in promoting the EOS User Agreement. We appreciate their hard work and also how they add an extra geographic dimension to our proxy by producing blocks out of Bulgaria.
LiquidApps is a team of “passionate blockchain entrepreneurs who believe that the EOS blockchain is pushing the envelope of innovation and will usher in an era of mass user adoption of decentralized applications”. It’s easy to say you are an entrepreneur, but it’s much harder to do it. The LiquidApps team walks way more than they talk.
Their recently released LiquidApps network has come right when the EOS networked started needing to scale. Having a layer-2 scaling solution, including the already released vRAM and vAccounts, is already being used by dev teams throughout the entire community.
We understand that the LiquidApps team and Bancor teams are different, but we’ve got to give a shout out to the Bancor team. Their decentralized, smart contract based liquidity solution is going to offer small communities a chance to create their own tokens and actually be able to use them. Both teams are a group of absolute pros.
Blockmatrix is an independent team based in the UK that has focused on the technical aspects of EOS and works to produce analysis tools to foster more understanding to the whole ecosystem. They are experienced with designing cloud infrastructure for large corporations and building enterprise grade technology platforms on a global scale and have a proven record of building and running successful startups. Per their website, they like to let their work do the talking for them, and we don’t mind that.
What impressed up about Blockmatrix was their dedication to network monitoring to help block producers find improvements and how they share this knowledge through written technical articles, tools & guides to help kick start new developer projects. This team really is helping build the foundation of a strong EOS ecosystem for everyone and this is one of the most valuable things we believe a BP can do. Their showed their free market colors by supporting the EOS User Agreement as well as supporting many of the same initiatives we do at FreedomProxy! We love finding new teams who share our vision and take action to see it happen
Beyond helping developers, Blockmatrix has built a proxy service to help solve the API overload/congestion issues we’ve seen recently. This proxy service uses their geographically distributed, real-time node monitoring tool to measure the best performing nodes of the Block Producers and uses this data to more efficiently allocate user's API request to the closest and best performing nodes. Tech talk aside, this tool will increase the communication speed and reliability for everyone.
Blockmatrix is a team that is focused on helping the builders of the EOS ecosystem and we value that highly. We each play our role in growing the ecosystem and we are letting this relatively quiet team get more recognition for their “behind the scenes” efforts to make EOS more user friendly and reliable.
EOS Rio is a strong technical team based out of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. We appreciate their hard work and recognize it since the before EOS mainnet launch. They have built a great reputation for themselves and have made it their mission to improve the capability and stability of the EOS network as a whole.
Their product, “Hyperion", is a two layer solution that provides a more capable history API solution as well as an analytics tool designed to monitor the blockchain to identify issues and areas for improvement. It can also be used by individual dApp developers who want to get analytics on their dApp. Creating fun dApps is cool, but doing the less glamorous work behind the scenes to strengthen the whole network & community is what we truly appreciate. EOS Rio was one of a handful of BPs to maintain a full history node during the bear market over the last year when many BP teams couldn’t afford to. A Big Thank You to you and your team.
EOS Rio created one of the first desktop wallets with “SimplEOS”. It comes with many unique features like multiple account management, personal contact list, and record of transaction history.
Recently EOS Rio voted in support of the EOS User Agreement, which we believe will officially restore EOS mainnet to a decentralized blockchain once again.
As a whole, EOS Rio embodies what we appreciate in a block producer with their strong leadership and mission to create an EOS network as strong as it can be by providing the tools we need right when the community needs it.
A strong EOS mainnet is the result of strong testnets and Cryptolions has played an integral part in maintaining and supporting the Jungle Testnet. It's where all the cool kids hang out testing and trying to poke holes.
They run bare metal servers in "multiple European data centers" and have hired the white-hat hack group Hacken.io to stress-test and find potential weakness in their infra-structure. Again, adding geographical diversification to our network.
Even though CryptoLions held off from voting for quite some time, when they did vote it was well thought out and well documented. We appreciate expressing yourself on-chain and understand why they would be hesitant at first. Blockchain governance is still very new and people need to learn the risks and opportunities.
EOS Tribe has been a tech leader in the EOS community since the early days as a core member of the mainnet launch “Ghostbusters” group. They have built their solid reputation by providing top tier infrastructure and collaborating with other BPs to constantly improve EOS security standards.They were one of a small group of BPs who could reliably provide a full history node when many BP teams couldn’t afford to. They have shown dedication the larger ecosystem by helping support other EOSIO blockchains such as Worbli, Telos, BOS and MEET.ONE.
They regularly host developer workshops, sponsor conferences around the globe and attend meetups too. Their support of the EOS User Agreement was a delight to see since FreedomProxy is now shifting to supporting vocal leadership. Overall, this is very talented team with years of delegated proof of work experience that has shown it is willing and able to help build a brighter future for EOS.
EOS Detroit has deep roots in the DPOS space for many years and that’s a big plus for us. They pride themselves having managed a “fleet of witness infrastructure for DPOS blockchain networks”. We have come to know the team and are confident they bring valuable experience to the overall EOSIO ecosystem.
EOS Detroit were part in the EOS Launch Group. Their weekly publication “The Weekly Airdrop” is of very high quality and has been running a long time. They regularly host meetups, co-host conferences and kept an active in social media. Overall, they have kept a very professional image within the community and have gained our respect from their hard work. EOS Detroit participated as a sponsor in the Chintai EOSIO Token Leasing Platform and have recently been selected as a Chintai proxy manager.
Although they didn’t achieve becoming a top 21 BP on the EOS “mainnet”, they expand their efforts and have since helped launch and support the next wave of EOSIO blockchains. They are helping lead the way being part of the TELOS Launch Group and as BPs on Telos and Worbli. They are contributing in many ways to building the vision of a diverse, decentralized and interconnected system of blockchains.
We are proud to support the EOS Detroit team after learning of their long history with DPOS, seeing their dedication to helping grow the overall ecosystem, their active outreach to the community and their aligned vision with us at FreedomProxy.
Blockchains support communities, and communities are built from shared ideology. Being a principled, vocal leader is as important to us as providing software to support your community. Luka from Chainrift was right there the entire way making the arguments for real DPoS on-chain governance and has actively voted in referendum. #DECAF
The team has built an online exchange for the EOS community and is currently working on the "Random Standby Bounty" to help ensure that paid backup BPs have the hardware capable of producing blocks in time. Great initiative. No weak backups. Their infrastructure is solid and API end points are available.
Effective community building requires communication and we wish every Block Producer would send us a quarterly update like EOS Blocksmith. They grabbed our attention with their support of the EOS User Agreement. We strive to support BPs that share our free market vision and we’ve found another great team in EOS Blocksmith. Thanks for voting!
We appreciate their dedication to reaching out to the community by hosting meetups, workshops, hackathons and helping organize and support various conferences like EOS World Expo, Tulip conference and Scaling Blockchain conference. They are great representatives and contributors to the community and have proven it time and time again.
Their experienced team offers bare metal infrastructure including servers in USA, Canada, UK and Poland while also offering LiquidApps DSP services. Scale baby scale! Being active in the testnets is largely an unsung position and EOS Blocksmith’s consistent participation is applauded. Lastly, when Crypto Twitter made a huge stink about EOS History Nodes, EOS Blocksmith teamed up with EOS Detroit and submitted a history API solution. Nice job making the community look good!
Nobody understands the need for private currencies and blockchain more than the citizens of Venezuela. The EOS Venezuela team works diligently to help needy families in their failed Socialist nation and has created an incredible social program called FamilyEOS. A portion of their block rewards is allocated to helping in-need families which literally means eating or not. Free Markets require charity and we’re very impressed with their commitment to bring freedom and blockchain opportunities to Latin America which boasts over 626 million people. Also, their educational resources offered in Spanish are a wonderful asset to grow our community and create inclusion. Understanding the risk that hosting a BP node in Venezuela, the team has their servers throughout Latin America.
EOS Nairobi’s focus is on planting the seeds necessary to grow EOSIO in their African communities and beyond. We believe EOS Nairobi is becoming an integral hub for EOS through their outreach efforts including helping run EOS developer workshops and collaborating with various universities in Africa too. Also, they have helped incubate new startups as well as train new developers. A few projects they’ve helped are Ubuntu Energy Ledger, Africonnect, and Team Btax.
Members of the team are also founding members of the Africa Digital Asset Foundation (ADAF) which is working to create a dynamic framework for standardizing digital assets from a technical and legal perspective across the continent of Africa.
EOS Nairobi has reached out to us many times to share their hard work and contributions. They truly got our attention by voting to end ECAF and for the EOS User Agreement. We appreciate their entrepreneurial mindset and persistence. We are very happy to add them to our proxy because they have shown us great leadership through their community outreach efforts, dedication to bare metal infrastructure and voting on chain to support a more free market and decentralized EOS blockchain.
Korea has a very strong blockchain community and we believe it's poised to be a powerhouse for EOS adoption. Blockchain gaming will be enormous and there’s no country that loves competitive gaming than Korea. Having a block producing node in Cambodia helps protect our chain by offering additional geographic diversification.
We appreciate that NODEONE voted early for the “decaf” referendum which shows us they are committed to not having centralized base layer arbitration.
Recently, the team has taken on the proposal to “Oracle Solution For Ensuring BP Integrity”. This means that each paid BP backup must run a full node on a testnet which tracks their objective performance and reports back to the mainnet and could be used to automatically dereg the BP if below the thresholds for too long.
EOS Amsterdam are true OGs in the EOS community and they always ask for more of Ashe's poems. While this is enough reason to vote them in, they are also very entrepreneurial minded. Sure, we don't always see eye-to-eye on financial and governance topics, but they continue to build and put their ideas out in the community to be seen and judged. That means a lot. Building Freedom is one of the truest paths to freedom.
Their incubator program helped launch Wordproof which helps Wordpress users easily integrate and submit their blog posts to the EOS blockchain. We've implemented it on FreedomProxy.org and love to support the ideas of transparency and on-chain opinion expressing. Awesome project!
We're supporters of them helping build Europe Chain and think it's a very worthy project. The goal is for it to be optimized to help businesses more easily adopt blockchain. We appreciate their leadership and vision in helping draft its constitution. We support EOSIO and believe this will help drive adoption to the Secure Internet in general. All the while they have remained as a reliable backup BP on the EOS mainnet showing their dedication to the whole ecosystem. We believe the leadership and entrepreneurial experience this team brings to the ecosystem is very valuable.
EOS Dublin are welcoming people who have big hearts. They attend almost every conference, support their local community, contribute to community projects and are always respectfully and positively being part of the discussion on telegram. Although we don't always see eye-to-eye when it comes to financial or governance issues, we very much appreciate their willingness to publicly state their positions and reasons why.
We also appreciate their efforts with Europe Chain, an EOSIO based blockchain positioned specifically to cater for citizens of the EU. We're very much a fan of smaller, more localized chains and are strong supporters of the project. Thank You for your leadership in helping further the discussions within EOS as well as helping build other EOSIO chains. EOS Dublin offers educational classes, such as EOSBootcamp.com, to help introduce people in to EOS. We hope to see other BPs create similar educational material. They have their hearts and minds in the right place and we respect that immensely.
LibertyBlock is the fusion of Everipedia, The Dollar Vigilante and Ikigai Asset Management. They are a diverse and geographically dispersed conglomerate of entrepreneurs who are grounded in anarchist reasoning, libertarian ideals and Austrian economics. We love the passion this team brings and how they have been working hard since before the mainnet launch. They champion a vision of EOS that promotes human freedom and liberty for everyone. One way they have chosen to showcase the capability of EOSIO software to help build decentralized communities is by organizing the very first decentralized DAO at Burning Man called CampDAO!
We appreciate their dedication to transparency and accountability to the entire community. They are always part of community discussions, hosting meetups and welcoming all to join their own EOS Town Hall meetings. This is a very welcoming team that you can easily reach them on their social channels.
We are happy to support this talented group of entrepreneurs and like minded people helping push the possibilities of EOS forward. they truly have a great perspective of what is possible and the skills to execute to bring that vision into existence.
Ashe Oro / Co-Founder
Host of the Liberty Entrepreneurs Podcast and founder of Liberty Virtual Assistants. Using my experience as Head of Business Development for Euro Pacific Bank and B.S. degrees in Computer & Electrical Engineering, I found passion in cryptocurrencies and blockchain tech in 2013 as a means to protect personal freedom due to its decentralized nature and ability to facilitate Free Market currency competition.
Zane Whitener / Co-Founder
Co-Host of EOS Radio. Long time liberty lover and crypto enthusiast since 2013. Proud member of the EOS community. I’m excited to be a part of this growing movement of like-minded people who are working to advance the ideas of decentralization and transparency as well as finding new ways of protecting personal freedom and private property through blockchain.