Parity Technologies and Web3 Foundation will soon launch the first proof-of-concept of their blockchain interoperability protocol, Polkadot.
Developer Preethi Kasireddy believes what the ethereum community decides to do in terms of fund recovery will be the network's "defining moment."
Parity Technologies has said it has no plans to move forward with a code change that would result in an ethereum blockchain split.
Parity is set on implementing their new proposal to recover frozen funds, and ethereum devs are worried there's nothing to stop a blockchain split.
A new proposal for unfreezing millions in ether is easier to swallow since it's focused specifically on Parity, but it's still causing a stir.
Blockchain governance is shaped by much more than protocol rules: the underlying internet rails, social norms, markets and laws all have an influence.
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.