The developers of the EOS network is preparing to publish an extended road map of the project. As stated by the CEO behind the project Block.One Brendan Blumer, from July of last year, the team managed to achieve most of the tasks and now it’s time to determine the longer-term objectives.
For more information, he promised to reveal soon.
We put forth our strategic vision last June and have accomplished much of it since. Team is hard at work building #EOSIO into the most robust public/private #blockchain infrastructure full stop. Will be updating the roadmap with imminent release details and longer term goals soon.
— Brendan Blumer (@BrendanBlumer) July 28, 2020
In response to criticism that the primary network EOS not involved in the recently launched social network Voice, bloomer urged not to jump to conclusions.
«EOS remains a key component of our long-term plans, but, as in any decentralized system, our plans depend on the evolution of the EOS, which is not yet defined», — he wrote.
But regarding @voicesociaI (and upcoming initiatives B1), I wouldn’t jump to such conclusions just yet. #EOS currently remains a core part of our long term plans, but like with any decentralized system, our plans are dependent on the evolution of EOS which is undetermined.
— Brendan Blumer (@BrendanBlumer) July 27, 2020
The Head Of The Block.One is also assured that the progress of future development of the network project will focus on improving the performance of token EOS.
In June, researchers Outlier Ventures reported that over the past year, the ecosystem of EOS is gone 85% of developers, and the number of updates to the code base the project on GitHub decreased by 94%.
Previously, the EOS ICO investors filed a class action lawsuit against Block.one, accusing them of spreading misleading statements in the course of licensee.