Ethereum Clients Release New Software In Wake of Hard Fork Delay
Major ethereum clients are releasing new versions of their software to prevent the now-delayed Constantinople hard fork from triggering.
A hard fork that split Ethereum’s chain in two was activated on purpose, calling into question Ethereum’s client coordination.
Over 1,000 Ethereum nodes will have to resync or find a new client provider after a critical bug in OpenEthereum’s codebase was revealed.
Ethereum’s largest client Geth hard-forked after a bug was tripped Wednesday. Developers are now weighing the merits of security disclosures methods.
79% of Ethereum nodes run on Geth. Core developers have pushed back July's Berlin hard fork so other clients can catch up.
Ethereum clients that still haven't patched known vulnerabilities pose a security risk to the entire network, according to new research.