Days after the ethereum blockchain underwent a system-wide upgrade, developers have still yet to confirm the software is fully stable.
One of the founders of ethereum is calling for the network to learn its lesson from Monday’s fork, arguing better upgrade processes are needed.
Although it’s still very early days for ethereum’s Byzantium upgrade, developers indicate that the hard fork is running smoothly so far.
Ethereum’s Byzantium upgrade has just executed by way of a hard fork at block number 4,370,000.
Hard forks have become a kind of spectator sport in the cryptocurrency community. Here’s how to watch the latest: ethereum’s Byzantium upgrade.
Ethereum’s Geth has re-released its Byzantium hard fork software after spotting a bug. But low adoption is concerning with the fork so close.
One of the main providers of software underlying the ethereum protocol has faced delays with its preparations for an upcoming fork.
About three days before the Byzantium hard fork, developers are by and large optimistic, even though small protest movements continue.
With only around three days to go before ethereum launches into Byzantium, the second largest client is struggling to meet the deadline.
With only days remaining before ethereum’s next hard fork, CoinDesk outlines how stakeholders are moving forward to prepare.
The Geth implementation of ethereum has new code that enshrines an upgrade hard fork for later this month.
A version of the ethereum blockchain being used by developers to test a forthcoming network upgrade is under an ongoing spam attack.
The question of how ethereum is incentivizing miners is developing ahead of an expected hard fork on the platform this month.
The planned roll-out date for ethereum’s “Byzantium” network upgrade is being postponed to October 17.
Part of a zcash transaction was verified on an ethereum testnet amidst testing for the upcoming Byzantium upgrade.