Testing for Ethereum’s Coming Consensus Change Is Moving Ahead
Less than a year since Casper was formalized, ethereum clients are starting to test a smart contract for the network's big consensus change.
Major ethereum clients are releasing new versions of their software to prevent the now-delayed Constantinople hard fork from triggering.
Geth has locked ethereum's upcoming Constantinople hard fork into its latest code release.
Ethereum clients that still haven't patched known vulnerabilities pose a security risk to the entire network, according to new research.
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.