Ethereum devs reschedule Constantinople hard fork for late Feb

Tech 18-1-2019 The Next Web 30

Ethereum core developers have now said they will activate the proposed Constantinople upgrade in late February. The upgrade was delayed earlier this week following a code audit, which revealed that the fork would introduce security issues affecting Ethereum’s smart contracts, potentially resulting in the theft of users’ funds. As previously reported by Hard Fork, the initial delay was announced on Tuesday – less than 24 hours before the hard fork was due to take place.   This latest change of schedule was announced during a core developer phone call, which took place today. Participants on the phone call included Ethereum co-founder Vitalik…

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