With $160 million in funds frozen on the ethereum blockchain, a search for solutions is ongoing – if not altogether promising so far.
Having hit a fresh all-time high of over $440 today, could high trading volumes push ether to new records over the weekend?
The price of ether, ethereum's native token, has brushed all-time highs above $400 – falling just a dollar short of June's record.
Blockchain startup Nivaura will today initiate its first bond denominated in ether. And, notably, the issuance will be conducted on a blockchain.
The Ethereum Foundation's lead developer for the Casper upgrade, Vlad Zamfir, uploaded the first version of the protocol's code to GitHub on Tuesday.
The domain name Ethereum.com is up for grabs, according to reports. The cost? Around $10 million.
With talk of a possible derivatives market on the way, the price of ether, ethereum's native token, looks to be on the rise.
An experimental consensus algorithm that's long been proposed as a pillar of the ethereum protocol could soon see its first testing.
A high-profile ICO project is re-evaluating whether it will stick with the ethereum network or shift to a more scalable and lower-cost solution.
Parity has released new details on how a critical code flaw resulted in the freezing of $160 million worth of ether.