EOS Plans Unchanged. Project Developing as Expected
There's much confusion in the crypto community with EOS, even among many of those who have been following the project.
The various EOS blockchains will run on the EOS.io software that Dan Larimer and the rest of the Block One team have been developing. The mainnet will be the one with the most 'unlocked' tokens on it, but anyone is free to use the software for their own version of EOS.
Due to legal reasons (I think, primarily, with most of the team being American; operating from Hong Kong is irrelevant), Block One can't launch its own project like other blockchains are doing. It needed to be a community-led effort, with Block One taking a hands-off approach to everything but the software.
They've made some mistakes along the way because of this approach, primarily with voting for block producers who will run EOS, but such problems are to be expected. Ethereum also had some bumps in the road to adoption, as did Bitcoin.
In fact, before Goodomy (known as Good Karma back then) launched I was considering between Ethereum and other platforms such as Waves. Ethereum wasn't a popular choice at the time (with a total of 0 members supporting the decision) but it turned out to be the right one. It lowered development and maintenance costs substantially, and may have saved us from various attacks such as other coins have experienced or need to work hard to avoid.
As mentioned on our Telegram previously, we are taking a 'wait and see' approach to EOS while we determine what kind of solution is best for Goodomy. The best solution still appears to be EOS at this point. The only 'problem' with EOS now is a lack of clarity which, if anyone was paying attention, is made clear in their terms of service. It will be up to the community to use the software as it was intended and make EOS great.