Geth has locked ethereum's upcoming Constantinople hard fork into its latest code release.
Unlike other enterprise versions of ethereum, ConsenSys' new Pantheon has a less-restrictive software license and uses Java as a programming language.
Instead of tackling ethereum's transaction costs, developer Alexey Akhunov focused on the blockchain's state, and the software is ready.
Less than a year since Casper was formalized, ethereum clients are starting to test a smart contract for the network's big consensus change.
Parity is set on implementing their new proposal to recover frozen funds, and ethereum devs are worried there's nothing to stop a blockchain split.
With long-term fixes like sharding a ways off, ethereum developers are making the software run more efficiently to ease growing storage requirements.
Ethereum's Geth has re-released its Byzantium hard fork software after spotting a bug. But low adoption is concerning with the fork so close.
The Geth implementation of ethereum has new code that enshrines an upgrade hard fork for later this month.
A new version of Geth, a command-line interface for running ethereum nodes, includes changes that could see the software running at far higher speeds.
An effort to disrupt the ethereum blockchain was quickly put down today by a team of network developers.