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.
Communications lead at Parity said the team will not push for an emergency hard fork to recover some $150 million in locked-up ether funds.
Several high-profile ICO issuers have been affected by the Parity exploit, which has left more than $150 million in ether frozen.
The multisig wallet provider has created a website where uses can check their ethereum addresses to see if their funds were affected by the exploit.
An unknown amount of user funds on the ethereum network have been frozen due to a code issue with the Parity wallet software.
One of the main providers of software underlying the ethereum protocol has faced delays with its preparations for an upcoming fork.
With only around three days to go before ethereum launches into Byzantium, the second largest client is struggling to meet the deadline.
A look at what's still to do for ethereum developers working on the Metropolis upgrade – the platform's third of four planned stages.