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Ethereum’s Constantinople, St. Petersburg Upgrades Have Been Activated

The Constantinople and St. Petersburg network upgrades for the world’s second largest cryptocurrency, Ethereum’s (ETH), occurred today Feb. 28, according to ethstats.net.Specifically, the updates went live on the main network at block 7,280,000, in accordance with previously released schedule. Although the upgrade has two names of two originally separated

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Ethereum’s Constantinople Hard Fork Goes Live Today. The Road to ETH 2.0 Begins

The Ethereum community is expectant because finally, after a long and bumpy road, the Dev. team is ready to launch the long-awaited Constantinople Upgrade. The hard fork is expected to be activated at approximately 19:30 UTC when Ethereum reaches block 7,280,000. At this point, two critical upgrades will be simultaneously activated:

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Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople Upgrade Set to Launch February 28th

Ethereum (ETH)–The long-anticipated launch of Ethereum’s Constantinople upgrade is set to occur later this week. Specifically, the update is scheduled to go live during Ethereum’s 7,280,000 mined block, which at the current rate of production should occur on Thursday Feb. 28. However, there is some variability in the exact timing

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Ethereum’s Constantinople, St. Petersburg Upgrades Set to Occur This Week

Ethereum’s (ETH) next two network upgrades, referred to as Constantinople and St. Petersburg, are scheduled to take place this week, according to an official Ethereum blog post on Feb. 22.More precisely, the updates are scheduled to happen at Ethereum’s block 7,280,000, which is expected to be mined on Feb. 28.

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Vitalik Buterin Dismisses Rumors New Constantinople Feature Allows Attack Vector

Ethereum (ETH) co-founder Vitalik Buterin and other core devs have dismissed allegations that a new smart contract creation feature set to be released in the forthcoming Constantinople hard fork will have negative security implications. The discussion was held during a Ethereum core developer call on Feb. 15.The feature in question

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