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eth2 quick update no. 5

Welcome to this week’s eth2 quick update! tldr; Parity’s Shasper joins Prysmatic’s Sapphire testnet (the first public eth2 multi-client testnet)! Multiple eth2 block explorers launch – Bitfly’s and Etherscan First eth2 networking call to tackle all the networkings –… Continue Reading →

EF-Supported Teams: Research & Development Update

2019 Pt. 2 – Friends, Since the last EF-Supported Teams report, progress has been made across the board. From improved network conditions, to the coming Istanbul release and Eth1.x and Eth2 development, all areas core to the functionality and sustainability… Continue Reading →

Validated: Staking on eth2 #0

Thanks to Danny and Joe for review. As the launch of the beacon chain grows nearer and eth2 becomes ever more final, the time has come to fast-sync the community with the latest on the inner workings of eth2 and… Continue Reading →

eth2 quick update no. 4

Welcome to the fourth installment of eth2 quick update. There are a lot of moving pieces to talk about this week. Other than the heroic eth2 client development going on, these are the highlights: tldr; Grant to Sigma Prime for… Continue Reading →

Ethereum Istanbul Upgrade Announcement

The Ethereum network will be undergoing a scheduled upgrade at block number 9,069,000, which is predicted to occur on Saturday, December 7, 2019. The exact date is subject to change due to variable block times and timezones. Please upgrade your… Continue Reading →

Ecosystem Support Program call for applications

Introducing the Ecosystem Support Program In the beginning, most Ethereum-related development and research occurred within the Ethereum Foundation. Today, the Ethereum ecosystem has grown from a small garden to a vast, vibrant rainforest. Along the way, the Ethereum Foundation’s role… Continue Reading →

Development Update #1 –

⭐ Introducing Ethereum Studio Today we’re excited to release v 1.0 of Ethereum Studio: a simple web-based IDE, which lives right on One of the most consistent suggestions we’ve received for is to improve the developer experience. While… Continue Reading →

eth2 quick update no. 3

Welcome to the third installment of eth2 quick update. tldr; Harden fork choice defences in response to audits Introducing Herumi grant for a super-fast BLS implementation Fork choice defenses This week, we hardened the defenses of the Phase 0… Continue Reading →

Eth2 at ETHWaterloo: Prizes for Eth2 education, tooling, and research

For the first time ever, the Ethereum Foundation will be sponsoring a range of hacker prizes related to Eth2 at a major hackathon. With Eth2 development proceeding rapidly, there are now many discrete areas of work that a team of… Continue Reading →

eth2 quick update no. 2

Welcome to the second installment of eth2 quick update. tldr; Spec release of v0.9.0 — Tonkatsu to ensure Phase 0 development can continue unimpeded. Work continues in ironing out the details of the modified Phase 1 proposal. Quiet client development… Continue Reading →

eth2 quick update

Although the internet has been more quiet than usual, we’ve been super busy hacking away on eth2! Between Devcon5 and keeping our heads down to work, it seems we’ve left the community in the dark on a couple of items…. Continue Reading →

The Devcon5 Bible

Important Things to Know – Welcome to Devcon. We’ve got a lot to cover, and in this post you’ll read about it all! Read closely as we go over transit to the venue from Osaka’s airports, the Devcon Venue, the… Continue Reading →

Devcon5 Schedule, Sponsors and Speakers are online NOW!

Devcon season is finally here. Days from now, Devcon participants from across the world will begin to make their way to Osaka, and as we approach the final countdown, we’ve made number BIG online releases at! We invite everyone… Continue Reading →

Eth2 Interop in Review

Eth2 Interop in Review Last week, seven of the eight Eth2 clients under active development succeeded in marking the major milestone of moving from single-client to multi-client testnets at the “Interop Lock-in”. With this exciting success in Eth2 development, we… Continue Reading →

Live: Devcon5 Final Ticket Appeals

This is it: Final appeals are the last way to book your ticket to Osaka for Devcon 5 Note: All participants in the on-chain Devcon Ticket Raffle and Auction will receive an NFT-ticket to Devcon5! In the next days, your… Continue Reading →

Devcon On-Chain Raffle & Auction Participants

Ticket distribution details are here! – With the the first-ever on-chain Devcon ticket distributions now behind us, it’s time to talk ticket distribution for all participants! First, we’d like to offer a sincere “Thank you” to everyone that participated in… Continue Reading →

Announcing Ethereum Foundation and Co-Funded Grants

We are today unveiling over $2M USD in Foundation-led and co-funded grant funding aimed at furthering Serenity (Eth2.0) development as we move nearer to the launch of the Beacon Chain. Eth2.0 Client Grants In recent months, the Ethereum Foundation granted… Continue Reading →

Devcon5 On-Chain Ticket Sale

Over the last few months, we’ve been coordinating with the talented team over at Ether.Cards to bring an NFT-based on-chain ticketing solution to the Ethereum community in time for Devcon5. This experiment will take place in two parts, with a… Continue Reading →

Translating Ethereum for our Global Community

This post is available in several langauges: 你好,世界 | 为我们的全球社区翻译 안녕하세요 | 글로벌 커뮤니티를 위한 번역 프로젝트 ハロー ワールド | グローバル コミュニティのために を翻訳 Привет всем! | Перевод сайта для нашего глобального сообщества Hallo Welt | Übersetzung… Continue Reading →

Announcing the Devcon Scholars Program

Welcome! The Devcon Scholars Program is an Ethereum Foundation initiative designed to provide an opportunity for Ethereum ecosystem-members from underserved communities, unique circumstances, or developing areas to attend the largest annual gathering in the Ethereum ecosystem. Now in its second… Continue Reading →

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