A solution being implemented to safeguard against so-called 51% attacks on the Ethereum Classic (ETC) network may not be as secure as suggested, according to a new analysis.
The blockchain-based exchange comes as part of new measures announced by President Nicolas Maduro in a big to sidestep tough U.S. sanctions.
The Ethereum-as-a-service platform has upgraded its mainnet and already has $78 million staked.
The consultancy giant has released a new solution aimed to streamline enterprise resource planning on the public Ethereum blockchain.
The leading organization supporting the Ethereum Classic network hopes to better safeguard against future 51% attacks by going after platforms that rent out hashing power.
The transition to Ethereum 2.0 and its proof-of-stake consensus model is finally underway.
Developers can now access the tools needed to manage a full-scale Enterprise Ethereum network through Microsoft’s tech marketplace.