Major ethereum clients are releasing new versions of their software to prevent the now-delayed Constantinople hard fork from triggering.
Despite the gloomy narratives, 2018 was hugely productive for teams building the decentralized web, says Parity's Jutta Steiner.
The Ethereum Foundation has awarded a grant of $5 million to Parity Technologies to support its work on ethereum 2.0.
Parity Technologies has launched a beta version of Substrate, a tool that lets users create custom blockchains for decentralized applications.
Unlike other enterprise versions of ethereum, ConsenSys' new Pantheon has a less-restrictive software license and uses Java as a programming language.
Parity Technologies has added an early version of ethereum's hotly anticipated Casper code change to its blockchain development platform, Substrate.
A resurgence of debate surrounding fund recovery on the ethereum network shows the topic is still as divisive as ever.
Parity, the ethereum software client, has announced some major changes, including the stripping away of its graphical user interface (GUI).
Ethereum uses transparency as part of its security but potential problems with data exposure are now being addressed.
A critical bug was found in Parity's software within a testing environment and users are hurrying to update so it doesn't affect the mainnet.