Ethereum core developers have decided to activate the Constantinople upgrade at block 7,080,000.
Ethereum (ETH) core developers have agreed to launch the long-awaited Constantinople  hard fork at block 7,080,000, as decided in a bi-weekly developers meeting on Friday, Dec. 7.The new agreement follows the previous decision to delay Constantinople fork for late January 2019 due to a “consensus issue” that occurred during the upgrade trial on Ropsten testnet in October.Given the press-time ETH block time of 14.3 sec, and the number of remaining blocks of around 234,745,

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