Ethereum Developers Delay Berlin Hard Fork to Stem Client Centralization Concerns
79% of Ethereum nodes run on Geth. Core developers have pushed back July's Berlin hard fork so other clients can catch up.
Is Ethereum ready for the “London” hard fork?
Ethereum’s largest client Geth hard-forked after a bug was tripped Wednesday. Developers are now weighing the merits of security disclosures methods.
The release was posted to GitHub at 07:08 UTC Tuesday. Details of the fixes weren't immediately disclosed.
A hard fork that split Ethereum’s chain in two was activated on purpose, calling into question Ethereum’s client coordination.
Over 1,000 Ethereum nodes will have to resync or find a new client provider after a critical bug in OpenEthereum’s codebase was revealed.