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Devcon: Hacia Colombia en 2021

Queridos Amigos, In our most recent update, we outlined what Devcon is all about and spoke to our renewed focus on growing the Ethereum ecosystem. Part of that focus is on making sure that, for all types of attendees, the… Continue Reading →

I feel like this post is addressing an argument that isn’t the actual argument that MEV auction…

I feel like this post is addressing an argument that isn’t the actual argument that MEV auction proponents (including myself) are making! In particular: > But the funds “created” by an MEV auction don’t come from nowhere. Ultimately the money… Continue Reading →

Ethereum Foundation 2020 Spring Update

To the users and the builders, We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Ethereum’s future is bright, and this year we are seeing much of that future come to life as the Ethereum ecosystem builds on a foundation… Continue Reading →

Ecosystem Support Program: Allocation Update, Q1 2020

The Ecosystem Support Program is an arm of the Ethereum Foundation dedicated to providing financial and non-financial support to projects working to help Ethereum grow and thrive. We recently published an update detailing how the Ecosystem Support Program spent 2019,… Continue Reading →

eth2 quick update no. 11

We’ve all been pretty busy with all the things! I’ll try to keep these posts rolling out, but in the meantime, be sure to checkout Ben Edgington’s What’s New in Eth2 to get your fix. Tune into Ethereal Virtual Summit… Continue Reading →

Development Update #3 –

Hey Ethereum! Here’s the latest update from the team: Help us reach 30 languages! Over the last 6 months, the global Ethereum community has translated into 23 languages. Today, traffic to non-english pages accounts for more than 20%… Continue Reading →

The 1.x Files: A Primer for the Witness Specification

Since a lot of us have a bit more time on our hands, I thought now might be a good opportunity to proceed with something perhaps a little bit boring and tedious, but nevertheless quite fundamental to the Stateless Ethereum… Continue Reading →

The 1.x Files: The Updated Stateless Tech Tree

The Updated Stateless Ethereum Tech Tree Apologies for the delay in releasing this post; there have been some unavoidable distractions in my life recently, as I’m sure there have been in yours. I hope that you are making the best… Continue Reading →

Ecosystem Support Program: Allocation Update

As we embark on a new decade(!), the Ecosystem Support Program team wanted to speak to some of the recent growth, transition and learning around the program, and share details of our 2019 financial allocations. What is ESP? The Ecosystem… Continue Reading →

Introducing the Devcon Archive (and an event update)

Friends, Out of respect for those within our own community and around us currently facing the ongoing global health crisis, our team has decided to temporarily hold scheduled Devcon announcements, first teased in our last post. In the meantime we… Continue Reading →

Solidity optimizer bug

A bug in the Solidity optimizer was reported through the Ethereum Foundation Bounty program, by Christoph Jentzsch. This bug is patched as of 2017-05-03, with the release of Solidity 0.4.11. Background The bug in question concerned how the optimizer optimizes… Continue Reading →

Validated, staking on eth2: #3 – Sharding Consensus

Special thanks to Sacha Yves Saint-Leger & Joseph Schweitzer for review. Sharding is one of the many improvements that eth2 has over eth1. The term was borrowed from database research where a shard means a piece of a larger whole…. Continue Reading →

Development Update #2 –

Hey Ethereum! Here’s the latest update from the team: Style guide & Design upgrade is getting an upgrade! In January we released a style guide (figma doc) for public comment and feedback, and we’re currently in the process… Continue Reading →

> We recommend updating all default metrics from circulating supply to total supply.

> We recommend updating all default metrics from circulating supply to total supply. This completely ignores why the default was changed to circulating supply in the first place. Market cap is often used in practice as a way of comparing which… Continue Reading →

eth2 quick update no. 9

Strange times. I hope you are all well and continue to take care of yourselves, your families, and your communities. We’re a bit overdue on a quick update. My apologies. I’ll keep them coming at a regular clip after this… Continue Reading →

The 1.x Files: Stateless Summit Summary

The Stateless Ethereum Summit It’d be a fools errand to try and provide a representative or objective summary immediately following this week in Paris – I and everyone else whom were present shall be spending the coming weeks refining our… Continue Reading →

The easiest thing is for the malicious party with 34% to simply go offline.

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Devcon: What is Ahead

What Devcon is all about Now that we’re well into the new year, our Devcon team wanted to share some of our thinking on what’s to come for Devcon this year. With new goals driving this year’s effort, we’ve learned… Continue Reading →

The 2/3 requirement is important, as plausible liveness also needs to work in situations where ≤ 1…

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The 1.x Files: February call digest

February 26th tl;dc (too long, didn’t call) Disclaimer: This is a digest of the topics discussed in the recurring Eth1.x research call, and doesn’t represent finalized plans or commitments to network upgrades. The main topics of this call were: The… Continue Reading →

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