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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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Market Overly-Focused on Ethereum’s Constantinople Hard Fork, Says Report

The market was too focused on the Ethereum’s (ETH) Constantinople and Serenity (Ethereum 2.0) hard forks, overshadowing more important upgrades, according to a recent report by cryptoassets trading firm Cumberland Research shared with Cointelegraph.The Constantinople hard fork is an update to the ETH network, which encloses separate Ethereum Improvement Proposals

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Ethereum Constantinople Delayed Until February 27th (Last Date of VanEck Bitcoin ETF Verdict)

Ethereum Constantinople Delayed To Late-February Earlier this week, Ethereum World News reported that Ethereum’s long-planned Constantinople blockchain upgrade fell upon hard times, with developers drawing attention to an error in the protocol’s code, which would purportedly allow malicious attackers to drain ETH from smart contracts. As this news propagated, the market

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