ethereum hard fork

Ethereum’s Geth Software Upgrades to Support Constantinople Hard Fork
December 13th, 2018

Geth, the standalone client version of Go Ethereum, has been updated such that it supports the changes needed for the Constantinople upgrade planned by Ethereum core developers to take place in January 2019.

Ethereum’s Much Awaited Constantinople Hard Fork to Occur at Block Number 7,080,000
December 8th, 2018

During the latest developers’ meet, the team members looked confident about the release of Constantinople hard fork by mid of January 2019.

Ethereum’s Constantinople Hard Fork Coming by Mid-January 2019
November 12th, 2018

During the latest conference call meeting, Ethereum developers looked positive on releasing the Constantinople upgrade by the mid of January 2019.

Ethereum’s Constantinople Hard Fork Might Not Be Possible in 2018
October 15th, 2018

Ethereum’s Constantinople hard fork was tested on the Ropsten network and faced consensus issue. The developers are trying to solve the problem, but the hard fork is unlikely to be activated this year.

Ethereum’s Constantinople Hard Fork Set for November Release
October 13th, 2018

In a conference call meeting on Friday, Ethereum software clients confirmed that the Constantinople hardfork is ready to be implemented on the Ropsten network on Sunday, Oct 14.

Ethereum’s Upcoming Constantinople Hard Fork Gets Postponed
October 5th, 2018

Ethereum core developer Alexey Akhunov has proposed to launch a separate temporary testnet on Ropsten and resolve all the code issues while postponing the main implementation.

Vitalik Buterin: Zk-Snarks Can Enable ‘500 Transaction a Second’ on Ethereum Blockchain
September 25th, 2018

According to Vitalik Buterin, the Zk-Snarks can be used to “mass validate” transactions thereby alleviating the pressure of network congestion.

Ethereum Developer Vlad Zamfir Claims to Create a Sharding Prototype
September 17th, 2018

Zamfir presented a proof-of-concept which highlights the future possibility of seamlessly moving ETH tokens and other messages across a shared blockchain.

Ethereum Developers Are Preparing For the Next Constantinople Hard Fork
July 28th, 2018

The Constantinople upgrade plans to bring several optimizations to the platform like low-cost transaction fees while improving the efficiency of the Ethereum network.

Ethereum Hard Fork ‘Byzantium’ Goes Through Successfully
October 16th, 2017

Ethereum hard fork Byzantium is now operational, despite the recent talks of possible delays. The updated software is successfully running, Ether prices are relatively stable.