Tag: geth

Aug 24 2022

Developers find bugs in 2 Ethereum clients’ mainnet merge updates

Aug 24 2022 Published at CryptoSlate under tags  ethereum ethereum merge geth merge

Two Ethereum clients, Nethermind and Go Ethereum, have discovered bugs in their mainnet merge updates. Ethereum developer Péter Szilágyi first noticed the bugs and announced via Twitter that Geth 1.10.22 — Promavess — contains a regression....

Jan 10 2022

Ethereum merge testnet Kintsugi split by bug, here’s why

Jan 10 2022 Published at CryptoSlate under tags  eth 2.0 ethereum geth kintsugi testnet merge

The merge event on the Ethereum network is the transition to the Proof-of- Stake consensus model from the currently employed Proof-of-Work model. This merger means that the current Ethereum mainnet system and the new Beacon chain, often referred to as Ethereum 2.0, will merge into one blockchain. To test the merge, the...

Aug 27 2021

Nov 13 2020

Developers Debate Disclosure Protocols After ‘Accidental’ Ethereum Hard Fork

Nov 13 2020 Published at CoinDesk under tags  ethereum geth hard fork open source tech

Ethereum’s largest client Geth hard-forked after a bug was tripped Wednesday. Developers are now weighing the merits of security disclosures methods.

Nov 11 2020

Ethereum’s ‘Unannounced Hard Fork’ Was Trying to Prevent the Very Disruption It Caused

Nov 11 2020 Published at CoinDesk under tags  ethereum geth hard fork tech

A hard fork that split Ethereum’s chain in two was activated on purpose, calling into question Ethereum’s client coordination.

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