According to data from EOS Authority, EOS has finally acquired the minimum votes required for its network to go live.After EOS failed to launch its platform on its projected launch date of June 2, a live-stream vote was called, where users voted “Go” to launch the blockchain network. But while the network got the green light, it couldn’t go live until it was activated with the EOS tokens held by investors. Things didn’t go as planned as token owners became reluctant to weigh in with the minimum vote

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