Dev team of the Ethereum (ETH) platform have decided to postpone the scheduled hard fork Constantinople, according to the announcement of Ethereum's team lead, Péter Szilágyi.
According to the updated data, Constantinople hard fork will be activated between February 26 and February 28, 2019.
Previously, Constantinople was canceled due to a newly found critical vulnerability.
According to the official statement, the upcoming Constantinople Upgrade for the Ethereum network introduces cheaper gas cost for certain operations on smart contracts, which may pose reentrancy attacks.
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