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Part of the miners moved from the main network Ethereum to the network Constantinople

Part of the miners moved from the main network Ethereum to the network Constantinople

Ethereum network users are starting to move to the Constantinople site. According to them, after the upgrade, the platform has become more convenient to use. Hardfork and the increase in the number of users commented Michael Hahn, who is the representative of the project MyCrypto.

Hardfork Constantinople solve problems?

“The message about the transfer of the update did not come to all miners. Because of this, many simply did not have time to get acquainted with the new functionality of the site and its new features. Approximately 10 percent of users just switched to a new network. The amount of computing power after hard forks has doubled in relation to the standard version of Ethereum Classic. At the same time, the gap from the main network is now fixed at about a thousand blocks, ”said Michael Khan.

Afri Shedon, who is the developer of the Parity protocol, noted that updating the client is mandatory for all users. On his pages in social networks, he posted the appropriate update, but not everyone was able to read it in a timely manner, which led to a switch to another network.

Hardfork Constantinople was officially postponed for an indefinite period at the last moment due to the detection of various types of vulnerabilities. Representatives of the network have not yet commented on the possibility of an update in February.