Looking under the hood of the Nimbus consensus client — the lightweight Ethereum client.
A recap of updates to the Nimbus consensus client over the past 12 months.
We published Nimbus v1.7.0, a particularly feature-packed release featuring checkpoint sync, era files and Vouch.
The idea of “sign in with google” has always frightened me. It’s convenient, absolutely, but it’s also ceding control of your data—ceding
It's clear that rollups are here to stay. From polynya's predictions of >15,000,000 TPS to the flourishing ecosystems of the rollups themselves, rollups
This post introduces light nodes and explains why they will become particularly important under the endgame.
Diagram courtesy of Mikhail Kalinin's Engine API design space document. Note that this diagram dates from the Amphora era, and so is not strictly accurate.
What is EIP-1559? EIP-1559 is an Ethereum Improvement Proposal that will go live in the London fork of Ethereum in 2 days time (on August
Today is July 30th, the 6th anniversary of Ethereum. Within the next few days, one of the most meme-ified updates to the Ethereum network will
Scaling is here. Gas fees are becoming a problem of the past, and soon will be no more than an unpleasant memory. Arbitrum will be familiar to many, as their mainnet beta just launched, and they recently announced a partnership with Etherscan.
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Miners have begun to coordinate a 51% attack to stop EIP-1559, and the Ethereum community has responded.
Get the latest Status updates on infrastructure, desktop, security & community in 71st Town Hall.
With the successful launch of ETH 2.0 phase 0, let’s take a look at what the long-awaited upgrade has in store for users and developers alike.
This article motivates the need for Account Abstraction in the context of smart contract wallets and highlights key aspects of EIP-2938 by describing the proposed protocol changes and impact on nodes.