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Ethereum’s Fourth Fork: So Far, So Good (The Cryptoverse #151)

On today’s episode of The Cryptoverse:
Ethereum’s latest hard fork, officially activated at block 2,675,000, comes days after the code was first tested as a solution to ongoing network performance issues. Among other changes, the fork will give developers the ability to delete empty accounts left by an unknown attacker that had effectively flooded the network.

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Chandler Guo Aims at $10,000 Bitcoin Price and Ethereum Hard Fork Number 4 (The Cryptoverse #145)

On today’s episode of The Cryptoverse:
One of the largest Bitcoin miners in China has suggested that the price of Bitcoin could reach $10,000 or even as high as $1m and Ethereum’s developers have unveiled new details about a technical fork aimed at resolving lingering network issues.

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So, It Looks Like Ethereum is Going to Have to Fork…. Again (The Cryptoverse #122)

On today’s episode of The Cryptoverse:
Although there isn’t a timeline yet, ethereum creator Vitalik Buterin today suggested that the platform’s developers may have to hard fork to once again solve pressing network problems. If pursued, the move would come less than three months after ethereum last executed a hard fork in a controversial bid to return funds to investors in The DAO.

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