ChainSecurity Reveals Ethereum Constantinople Upgrade Activates Reentrancy Attack
Jan 18, 2019 at 13:09
Ethereum’s (ETH) approaching Constantinople upgrade activates vectors for reentrancy attacks, as per ChainSecurity – a smart contract auditing platform, according to a Medium report on January 15, 2019. A reentrancy attack engages a particular function in a smart contract to be called several times before the smart contract is completely performed.
Hard Fork Countdown: Ethereum’s Thirdening Draws Nearer
Jan 16, 2019 at 17:07
Ethereum’s (ETH) trading range reduced on January 15, as concentration shifted to the keenly awaited Constantinople upgrade expected in the next 24 hours. The hard fork, also known as the “thirdening” for trimming down the amount of new Ethereum discharged into circulation, is anticipated to bring technical changes to the globe’s third-biggest blockchain.
Ethereum is Waiting for a New Upgrade, Constantinople is Coming Soon
Jan 10, 2019 at 11:33
Another significant development for the Ethereum network is Constantinople, which is going to be implemented this January. This upgrade is also called “Ethereum 2.0” and the “New Ethereum”. The main aim of this fork is to improve the basic capacity of scaling within the framework of the network.