Constantinople Nears: Ethereum’s Next Hard Fork Is On Track for 2018
Open source coders that support the ethereum project now say the system-wide upgrade, Constantinople, will be available in November.
The biweekly developer conference, which was unveiled Friday, announced that upgrades for all major customers, including the Ethereum Foundation and UK Parity, have already been completed. cryptocurrency.
Developers will be able to upgrade this issue this year, he said. The time that is still active on a particular day (triggered on a particular block) The final date in which this code is built is not yet finalized.
As previously reported by CoinDesk, Constantinople includes five non-backward incompatible changes to the network, from minor code optimizations to controversial changes such as reduced mining compensation for each trading block.
Nonetheless, the ad hoc test plan that smoothly released the Constantinople upgrade was named Ropsten, a basic platform for new code testing. The development is scheduled for this Sunday.
The test release was delayed due to a bug found in one of the five changes in Constantinople last week. But at today's developer conference, many software software customers say they are ready to test.
"The core developers are excited about the upcoming release of Constantinople's testnet," said Hudson Jameson, Communications Director, Ethereum Foundation, in a statement to CoinDesk.
"We hope to release Constantinople from mainnet within one month after Devcon."
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