Latest updates (as at 16 Jan 2019): Constantinople hard fork will be postponed due to a discovered vulnerability. Cryptology will keep track of the developments and keep in sync with the mainline. Click here to learn about the latest developments.
Cryptology will be supporting the Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople hard fork.
What do I need to do as a ETH token holder?
Cryptology will handle the full technical requirements for the hard fork. ETH token holders on Cryptology do not need to take any action for the hard fork.
Transfers will be unavailable 8 hours before the hard fork and resume after the hard fork once we confirm that the network is stable. Please ensure sufficient time for deposits and withdrawals to be processed in full prior to the hard fork.
Hard Fork Block Height: 7,080,000
Estimated Time: Between 14 Jan to 18 Jan 2019
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|What is Ethereum (ETH) Constantinople hard fork?|
Constantinople is Ethereum’s next hard fork system upgrade. It is part of the multi-step journey towards Serenity, which switches Ethereum from Proof of Work (PoW) to Proof of Stake (PoS) protocol. On December 6th, 2018, the Ethereum core developers voted to proceed with Constantinople, which will be implemented at block 7,080,000. With an average block time of ~14.5 seconds, that puts the estimated date of the Constantinople hard fork from January 14th-18th 2019.
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