Ethereum Hard Fork Test Goes Awry, “No Constantinople In 2018” Developer Says

November’s Ethereum Code Upgrade Goes Awry On Testnet On Friday, during the Ethereum Foundation’s bi-weekly developer meeting, the attendees of the call revealed that the planned “Constantinople” hard fork was on track for its November 2018 release. For those who aren’t in the loop, Constantinople is one of Ethereum’s largest upgrades to-date, which will hopefully […]

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Momentum Is Building to Block Ethereum ASICs

Several ethereum miners and developers have come forward with the goal of stopping specialized mining hardware from effectively operating on the network. Underway since April, the controversy surrounding application-specific integrated circuits (or ASICs) on ethereum rose after news broke last Thursday of a new line of specialized mining hardware that claims to generate more than six times […]

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