Ethereum’s Growing Gas Crisis (And What’s Being Done to Stop It)
The ethereum network is seeing new levels of congestion with rising use, a development that is spurring proposals for technical improvements.
It’s costing more to use Ethereum and that may be because more users are flocking to the platform than ever before, according to one key on-chain metric.
A U.S. oil and gas consortium says a blockchain-based automated platform tracking wastewater reduced transportation costs.
With EIP 1559, Ethereum developers are proposing a dynamic pricing system to lower the blockchain network's current high gas fees.
Russian state-owned gas giant Gazprom may soon begin using blockchain to execute and monitor contracts as part of its digitization plans.
The creator of the world's second largest blockchain proposed today on Twitter a new norm for the ecosystem – a flat wallet fee of 1 gwei.