Ethereum developers set an approximate date of Constantinople hardfork in the main network of the second cryptocurrency by the capitalization.
According to Afri Shedon from Parity, hardfork is supposed to take place on January 16th of next year. The block on which the protocol will be activated will be known in two weeks, on “Black Friday” (November 23).
Initially, the protocol update was scheduled for November, but after finding a few bugs as part of testing on the Ropsten network, the developers decided to postpone it.
The code for updating Constantinople will be presented before the end of the current year.
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