Ethereum (ETH) has chosen the year’s most inactive day to perform a hard fork. On January 1, the Muir Glacier hard fork, as it is known, is supposed to once again delay the difficulty time bomb. Difficulty Diffusion Simply Forgotten During Istanbul Hard Fork The reason for choosing that date is ignominious, as the developer team apparently forgot to diffuse the difficulty creep during the Istanbul hard fork just a couple of weeks prior. AlthoughRead More The post appeared first on Bitcoinist.com. read whole article

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