Ethereum's developers are once again grappling with the issue of how to solve major fund losses on the world's second-largest blockchain.
After a year in which the company suffered a high-profile hack, ethereum startup Parity is now moving forward on key project development.
With long-term fixes like sharding a ways off, ethereum developers are making the software run more efficiently to ease growing storage requirements.
Hackers and scammers netted nearly $490 million in 2017. In this recap, CoinDesk takes a look at the most important incidents and their impact.
After critical feedback from the ethereum community, Parity Technologies will not follow-up on any of its proposals for restoring frozen ether funds.
The paper that's meant to provide the rules for computers running ethereum's software is out of date, and agreeing an update may not be so easy.
Parity Technologies has just released a proposal for reclaiming the millions in ether frozen last month due to a fault in its code.
With $160 million in funds frozen on the ethereum blockchain, a search for solutions is ongoing – if not altogether promising so far.
Parity has released new details on how a critical code flaw resulted in the freezing of $160 million worth of ether.
Work continues on a possible way to free up the more than $150 million worth of ether stuck in multi-signature wallets following a hack last week.