In line with a recent filling ‘published‘ by the United States SEC [Securities and Exchange Commission], Eos [EOS] developer Block.one has paid around $30 Mln in cash to buy a website domain name for its ‘new‘ blockchain-based social media, referred as ‘Voice’.
As per the SEC filing, submitted by enterprise analytics & mobility software provider named ‘MicroStrategy’, Block.one’s domain purchase of “voice.com” was let by internet domain registrar GoDaddy and on 30th May, 2019.
Within an official statement, the senior executive VP and chief marketing officer at MicroStrategy named ‘Marge Breya’ – noted what she believes to be the advantages of the purchase:
“The word ‘voice’ is easy and universally understood. It’s conjointly ubiquitous – as a search term, it returns billions of results on the web.An ultra-premium domain like Voice.com can might assist a company attain instant brand recognition, ignite a business, and massively accelerate the worth creation.”
Moreover, Block.one proclaimed the creation of Voice at the starting of June, claiming that its basis on the Eos blockchain can offer a lot more transparency than the traditional social media platforms.
Within the wider social media and blockchain ecosystem, Facebook has this week ‘revealed‘ the white-paper for its long-awaited ‘cryptocurrency‘ and ‘blockchain‘-based monetary infrastructure project, named “libra.”
Soon after the publication, a chairperson of the U.S. Financial Services Committee Rep. Maxine Waters’ has ‘requested‘ that Facebook should halt its development on its upcoming crypto project ‘Libra’.