Ethereum Developers Consider New Fee Model as Gas Costs Climb
With EIP 1559, Ethereum developers are proposing a dynamic pricing system to lower the blockchain network's current high gas fees.
In 15 charts, the CoinDesk Monthly Review for August details BTC's performance, its relationship to fiat currencies and Ethereum’s growing congestion problem.
Digital asset trust company BitGo is in the process of “reaching out” to community partners to build an Ethereum sidechain because of rising fees, according to CTO Ben Chan.
Miners are incentivized to keep Ethereum gas fees high, and in doing so limit one of the network's principal use cases.
Many bitcoin stakeholders expect a weak market this week to cap August while DeFi continues to stretch Ethereum’s network.
As bitcoin’s price falls, Ethereum’s fees rise.