Constantinople, ethereum's next system-wide upgrade did not activate on the Ropsten testnet as planned on Saturday.
Open-source coders backing the ethereum project now say its next system-wide upgrade, Constantinople, is on track for November release.
It used to be that downtime was unheard of on blockchain networks. As new protocols and new trade-offs emerge, that's no longer the case.
Cryptocurrency forks may slow down in the future, as argued by leaders of several crypto hard fork projects at the CoinDesk Consensus Singapore event.
Ethereum developers have confirmed an upcoming upgrade will activate on Ropsten around October 9.
Constantinople, ethereum's next system-wide upgrade, is coming soon to a node near you. Here's what it means.
Bitcoin cash devs are fighting over what code changes to make next. If no one compromises, hard-forked coin could itself split into two.
Privacy coin zcash is gearing up for its upcoming "Sapling" hard fork with the first release of compatible network software.
EOS' launch has been fraught with controversy. Some users are fed up, and they're forking the protocol to give the network a better shot.
Zcash has successfully activated its Overwinter hard fork, setting the privacy-focused cryptocurrency up for its major Sapling upgrade in the autumn.