NOTE: DUE TO A SECURITY VULNERABILITY WE ARE POSTPONING CONSTANTINOPLE. PLEASE DISREGARD THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS BLOG POST. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION. The Ethereum network will be undergoing a scheduled upgrade at block number 7,080,000, which is predicted to occur on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. The exact date is subject to change depending on block times between now and then and could be activated 1-2 days before or after. A countdown timer can be seen at https://amberdata.io/blocks/7080000. You can... [Read More]
Announcing an Ethereum Foundation Grant to Parity Technologies
The Ethereum Foundation is thrilled to announce a scalability, usability and security grant of five million dollars (USD) to Parity Technologies. For several years, Parity Technologies has been an invaluable member of the Ethereum ecosystem for their leadership in core development efforts, their Parity Ethereum client and more. Their work has continued at a blazing pace. At Devcon4 in Prague, Parity team members presented their plans to develop a Serenity implementation, exampling an exciting direction for the years ahead. By... [Read More]
Call for Submissions! DApps Solving Real-World Issues
Devcon4 Videos and Pictures Released!
We’re happy to announce that the presentation videos from Devcon4 are now available for viewing! As promised, we recorded sessions from the following rooms: Spectrum (Main Stage), Prism (Side Stage), Radiant Orchid (Breakout Room), and Ultra Violet (Breakout Room). This year you have two viewing options: SlidesLive and YouTube. [Read More]
How the Ethereum Foundation grants program makes decisions
Our goal on the grants team is to be faithful stewards of Ethereum community resources. As part of the Ethereum Foundation’s ongoing effort to diffuse power throughout our community, we give grants that we believe will return the highest impact on the Ethereum ecosystem over the long-term. [Read More]
Announcing Our dc⟠ıv Sponsors and Supporters!
Přátelé, Today, we’re excited to unveil our Devcon4 Sponsors. Each of this year’s six tiers of sponsorship is supporting the Foundation’s work in significant and impactful ways. We’re thrilled to involve many major and growing teams in Devcon, and to make the most of this opportunity to support the Foundation’s core mission. To this end, we’re proud to first announce this year’s premier Devcon supporters: [Read More]
Ethereum Foundation Grants Update - Wave IV
Greetings from the Ethereum Foundation Grants Team! As we go full steam ahead to Devcon 4, we’re back to announce Wave 4 of the Grants Program! Thank you to all the fantastic community members that have applied with creative ideas on how to bolster our ecosystem. We would not exist without the time and energy that you put into Ethereum. While the program continues to grow, we will increasingly continue to involve more community members in the decision making process.... [Read More]
Solidity Bugfix Release
The latest version 0.4.25 release of Solidity fixes two important bugs. Another important bug has already been fixed in version 0.4.22 but it was only discovered recently that the bug existed. Note that the Ethereum Foundation runs a bounty program for the code generator part of Solidity. [Read More]
Ethereum Foundation Grants Update - Wave III
Ethereum Foundation Grants Update We’ve been hard at work getting to know so many amazing people and projects, and are extremely excited to announce the recipients of the Wave III of the Ethereum Foundation Grants Program! We kicked off 2018 with a blog post to galvanize scalability research for first and second-layer solutions. Since then, we’ve committed over $11M to 52 projects dedicated to advancing the Ethereum ecosystem. Grants have funded multiple plasma and state channel implementations, diverse client research,... [Read More]
Devcon4 Call for Participation!
When we asked many of you, “What are you most excited for at Devcon4?” most people replied: the people! This is the one time a year we all get together in one place. We don’t want to spend all of our time at Devcon sitting in a dark room, staring in silence at a person on a stage – we want to see, meet and talk with each other. In that spirit, we’re designing the programming and environment of Devcon4... [Read More]