Daily Byte: 10.15.2018

Roadblocks for Constantinople testing, regulatory insecurity in Britain, and who needs Twitter love when you’ve got DocuSign? This is the maiden edition of the Daily Byte, a morning roundup of some of the most interesting stories in blockchain and cryptocurrency. Here’s what’s happening for October 15, 2018: “Give Us Time to Think About It”; UK…

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Ethereum Price Back Above $200 Despite Failed Constantinople Upgrade

After a sudden drop two days ago and hitting a low of $189, the Ethereum price is showing signs of recovery as the $200 level has been broken. Looking at the technicals, the overall trend is unfortunately bearish. However, the good news is that in the short term ETH’s price is likely to stay at or…

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Constantinople Nears: Ethereum's Next Hard Fork Is On Track for 2018

Open-source coders backing the ethereum project now say its next system-wide upgrade, Constantinople, is on track for November release. Revealed in a bi-weekly developers meeting Friday, attendees said the upgrade has already been coded into all major ethereum clients, including those by the Ethereum Foundation and U.K. startup Parity, the most popular versions of the…

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Ethereum And Bitcoin Cash: Handling The Hard Forks

Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum are both in the process of considering upcoming hard forks, but the decision-making and communication processes are playing out very differently: Decisions on the Ethereum blockchain seem largely decided by communities of developers, whereas the Bitcoin Cash community lets miners take the reins. The different priorities of each blockchain lay at…

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