The Ethereum hard fork executed last week has inadvertently resulted in the creation of a competing currency, classic ether.
Millions in ether remain unclaimed from an account established for the purpose of allowing original investors in The DAO to get it back.
CoinDesk discusses the recent ethereum hard fork with members of major consulting firms with a blockchain specialty.
The Cornell professor who emerged as one of The DAO's leading critics believes ethereum's hard fork is a sign of maturity.
Forty-three percent, or nearly half of all funds, associated with The DAO have now been withdrawn by former project investors.
Ethereum has executed a hard fork of its blockchain, returning funds lost in The DAO collapse to investors.
It's not just owners of The DAO tokes who stand to be impacted by the upcoming planned ethereum hard fork. Many industry player must play a role.
The price of ether remains volatile following the loss of investor funds by one of the blockchain platform's signature projects.
Ethereum entrepreneur Daniel Cawrey discusses the recent demise of The DAO and how that impacts the future of smart contracts.