In a tweet only hours old, one of the leading teams furthering the development of Ethereum Classic (ETC), threw in the towel citing funding difficulties that made it hard for them to continue operations. The tweet included a screenshot of the announcement from ETCDEV’s founder and CTO, Igor Artamonov, that
“The performance metrics observed when factors such as real world network latency and packet loss are implemented indicate that TPS in EOS approaches levels comparable to Ethereum.” So says a new study that claims to have completed the first independent benchmark testing of the EOS software. While previously eos blockchain explorers
In the world of Decentralized Applications (DApps), EOS seems to be gaining momentum over Ethereum in terms of daily active users, transaction volume, etc. We saw huge interest in DApps last year when Cryptokitties clogged up the Ethereum network, the company even raised $12 Million only to see a drop
A mining pool reels in $850,000 after exploiting a loophole in the cryptocurrency’s code and not processing any transactions. Perhaps Ether does grow on trees. Just two lines of code were enough for a hacker to infamously siphon 3.6 million ether from The DAO in 2016, worth $50 million at the time.