Research says the EOS network can be congested, but Block.one says the network is working fine.

In the past few weeks, EOS blockchain protocol users have been experiencing periodic network access problems. Anonymous smart contract developer and security engineer Dexaran described the obvious root cause of the problem in a recent article, a cheap technology that allows hackers to "congest" networks with just a few dollars of EOS, or to Placed in inefficient mode. It seems that this vulnerability caused hackers to steal more than $110,000 in cryptocurrency from the EOS gambling application EOSPlay in early September. However, the executives of EOS parent company Block.one were not confused and said the network was operating normally.