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Serenity Ico Reaches Soft Cap, Raising $2 Million

Serenity Ico Reaches Soft Cap, Raising $2 Million

Serenity ICO Reaches Soft Cap, Raising $2 Million Bitcoinist.net February 14, 2018 9:00 am Serenity project has raised US$2 million in the first 2.5 weeks of the token sale. It is the amount required to launch the project. According to the projects White Paper , the first project stage includes the development of: Settlement system: ensuring the security of funds via smart contracts Arbitration system: integration of arbitration services (Verify My Trade) Speaking about the projects ICO, Serenity CEO Denis Kulagin stated: We are proud to announce that weve hit the soft cap. This means that, beginning today, we start hiring new personnel to develop the project and at the same time continue the development we have been already doing with double the effort. It all couldnt be possible without your support. The next step for us would be to hit the $5M mark, which would allow us to develop our own exchange and KYC system. Thank you for all your support! Were doing our best to meet your expectations. Stay tuned for our news, we have a lot of great things coming. The project is a platform that includes several functional modules: escrow, blockchain transaction recording, quote verification and a trading exchange. The idea is based on the practice of segregated accounts, that is, keeping deposits separate from the funds used for trading, which is required by the FCA (the British financial regulator), and is translated into the language of the blockchain. The idea of recording transactions in the blockchain has also emerged under the influence of traditional regulations, such as financial legislation in the EU (MiFID II and EMIR). These regulations have always demanded reports on all trade operations, but have had no way of storing them efficiently and reliably. In addition, the Continue reading >>

Og Mondays: Is Ethereums (eth) Upward Trend Due To Cryptokitties?

Og Mondays: Is Ethereums (eth) Upward Trend Due To Cryptokitties?

Today Ethereum has taken back the #2 spot on Coin Market Cap because of a dip in Ripples market cap valuation. Ethereum is more of a collaborative community coin compared to Bitcoin and has a lot more value because of their ability to give the community the tools they need to succeed. The application of these devices do not go unnoticed and will influence the price valuation when these tools are utilized more. Their most notable tool that is accessible to anyone is their create your own coin code. This tool can be used in unison with their democratic voting code. This code allows shareholders to vote on issues within the organization that may influence the coin that you established using their services. Although these services have been beneficial to the valuation of the company it wasnt until CryptoKitties was released when Ethereum saw its first significant uptrend in trading. Ethereum saw an increase of around $800 USD in their price when the CryptoKitties announcement was released. For those who dont know what CryptoKitties is, it is a virtual game that is centered around breedable, collectible, and oh-so-adorable creatures. The creatures are one-of-a-kind, and when you breed your CryptoKitties, you can create a completely and totally unique breed that you can call your own. This game has gained massive traction and has helped Ethereum on its way to price valuation in the thousands due to the fact that CryptoKitties uses Ethereums blockchain and uses $ETH exclusively for transactions. Rare or Fancy Cats are highly sought after, and this game has created its own valuation of $ETH separately from traders, which explains the massive uptrend we have seen. CryptoKitties has the potential to create its own marketplace that will continue to make $ETH more and more valuabl Continue reading >>

The Ethereum Releases Of Frontier, Homestead, Metropolis And Serenity.

The Ethereum Releases Of Frontier, Homestead, Metropolis And Serenity.

The Ethereum releases of Frontier, Homestead, Metropolis and Serenity. The Ethereum release process has seen the usual delays - as of course it's software and never going to be ready on time - as there are always going to be be multiple unknowns that aren't factored into the build. This is especially true of such an ambitious build as Ethereum. Also with the ethereum launch process there have been numerous changes of plan that have led to a myriad of conflicting reports that are still out there as to exactly the roadmap is. The blocktime was changes, the block reward was changed and a few other key planned developments were kicked down the road. Again this is all to be expected as that is the nature of development. The other mitigating factor is that after raising money in Bitcoin from the ether crowdsale, there was a huge drop in price - and rumours of rather liberal distributions of cash instead of budgetry discipline by the Ethereum foundation. This led to the foundation having to cut costs and send of their programmers to run their own projects build on the ethereum blockchain. this has doubled the time the ethereum foundations cash reserves will last. Frontier was the initial release of the ethereum network pushed live in July 2015. It was a bare bones release planning to allow the more technically minded to release their own apps, allow people to mine, and get exchanges up and running. Homestead was planned to be released after a month of frontier going live as a best case scenario. As of January 2016 the Homestead release is about 80% complete - but the goals have been altered somewhat as frontier took in a large part of its projected development pipeline - for example the block reward was set to the full 5 ether. In its new form Homestead has become more of a p Continue reading >>

The History Of Ethereum In 500 Words

The History Of Ethereum In 500 Words

If there is one cryptocurrencythat has attracted outsizeattention this year, it has to be Ethereum. Although not all itsnewshas been positive, the overall sentimenthas remained bullish. Over the course of the past few years, there have been some interesting Ethereum developments that people should continue to keep in mind. Everyone will acknowledge that an ecosystem such as Ethereums could not have launched without significant funding. The Ethereum ICO was organized between July and August of 2014 and attracted a lot of funding. With the money raised, the company known as Ethereum Switzerland GmbH could formally develop the software project itself. It took until July 2015 before the general public was introduced to Ethereum. At that time, around 11.9 million tokens were present on the network. We have seen quite a few changes made to Ethereum over the past few years. Right now, we are in the Metropolis stage, or at least the first part of it. Prior to this, wesawthe release of Frontier in July 2015 and Homestead in March of 2016. The second phase of the Metropolis hard fork has yet to receive an official launch date, although it will probably be in either Q2 or Q3 of 2018. There is at least one more version coming after this release, which goes by the name of Serenity. Not all of these milestone upgrades have gone off without a hitch, though. The most controversial development occurred in 2016 when The DAO raised US$150 million through an initial coin offering. Sadly, the project backfired due to sloppy smart contract coding, and an emergency hard fork had to be introduced. Itwas this fork which caused Ethereum to lose its immutability and also spawned Ethereum Classic. Ever since that time, both blockchains have coexisted peacefully, even though Ethereum gets a lot mo Continue reading >>

Ethereum Casper Could See Light Much Sooner Than Expected

Ethereum Casper Could See Light Much Sooner Than Expected

Ethereum Casper Could See Light Much Sooner Than Expected A highly anticipated update to the Ethereum network could be happening before schedule according to developers. The Casper update may be rolled out as early as the next hard-fork, Constantinople instead of previous plans for it to come with Serenity, the last development phase, in 2018. The hard forks are underlying changes to protocol creating new rules to improve the system; they do not necessarily result in a split into two versions of the asset. There is no fixed date for Constantinople yet but it should be towards the end of this year or early 2018 according to the planned Ethereum development phase, or roadmap called Metropolis. The previous hard-fork, Byzantium, was the fifth for Ethereum which went through without a hitch on October 16. Casper is a game changer for Ethereum. It will move the technology away from a proof of work (PoW) to a proof of stake (PoS) protocol. The final version of Casper is not complete yet and Ethereums top developers are still scrutinizing two versions of the protocol, they will likely decide on one that combines the best of both. Currently, both Bitcoin and Ethereum use a proof of work method to validate transactions. This requires the use of miners with powerful hardware to calculate the block hashes and validate the blocks and transactions. They get rewarded with new coins for every block they mine, this results in more competition between miners and excessive energy consumption. Proof of stake is different in that it will make the mining virtual, using validators instead. A validator will use their stake in Ether to be used as part of the validating process where they will earn a little interest while it is locked up to validate blocks, a bit like a bank deposit. It has be Continue reading >>

Understanding Serenity, Part I: Abstraction

Understanding Serenity, Part I: Abstraction

Understanding Serenity, Part I: Abstraction Special thanks to Gavin Wood for prompting my interest into abstraction improvements, and Martin Becze, Vlad Zamfir and Dominic Williams for ongoing discussions. For a long time we have been public about our plans to continue improving the Ethereum protocol over time and our long development roadmap, learning from our mistakes that we either did not have the opportunity to fix in time for 1.0 or only realized after the fact. However, the Ethereum protocol development cycle has started up once again, with a Homestead release coming very soon, and us quietly starting to develop proof-of-concepts for the largest milestone that we had placed for ourselves in our development roadmap : Serenity. Serenity is intended to have two major feature sets: abstraction, a concept that I initially expanded on in this blog post here , and Casper, our security-deposit-based proof of stake algorithm. Additionally, we are exploring the idea of adding at least the scaffolding that will allow for the smooth deployment over time of our scalability proposals , and at the same time completely resolve parallelizability concerns brought up here an instant very large gain for private blockchain instances of Ethereum with nodes being run in massively multi-core dedicated servers, and even the public chain may see a 2-5x improvement in scalability. Over the past few months, research on Casper and formalization of scalability and abstraction (eg. with EIP 101 ) have been progressing at a rapid pace between myself, Vlad Zamfir, Lucius Greg Meredith and a few others, and now I am happy to announce that the first proof of concept release for Serenity, albeit in a very limited form suitable only for testing, is now available . The PoC can be run by going into t Continue reading >>

What Is The Future Fate Of Ethereum?

What Is The Future Fate Of Ethereum?

Ethereum is in a very interesting stage right now. Having gone through numerous battles like the DAO attack and the subsequent hardfork, it is finally at a stage where it can truly expand and become something that is completely unique. In this article, we shall be discussing the upcoming changes that will be happening to Ethereum and what its future looks like. The change from proof of work to proof of stake The biggest change that needs to be talked about first and foremost is Ethereums shift from proof of work to proof of stake. We will not go deep into the explanation but it is important to have a general idea. Proof of work: This is the protocol that most cryptocurrencies like Ethereum and Bitcoin have been following so far. This means that miners mine cryptocurrencies by solving crypto-puzzles using dedicated hardware. Proof of stake: This protocol will make the entire mining process virtual. In this system we have validators instead of miners. The way it works is that as a validator, you will firstly have to lock up some of your ether as stake. After doing that you will then start validating blocks which basically means that if you see any blocks that you think can be appended to the blockchain, you can validate it by placing a bet on it. When and if, the block gets appended, you will get a reward proportional to the stake you have invested. If, however, you bet on the wrong or the malicious block, the stake that you have invested will be taken away from you. To implement proof of stake Ethereum is going to use the Casper consensus algorithm. In the beginning it is going to be a hybrid style system where majority of the transactions will still be done proof of work style while every 100th transaction is going to be proof of stake. What this will do is that it wil Continue reading >>

Releases Ethereum/wiki Wiki Github

Releases Ethereum/wiki Wiki Github

While still valid, the substance behind Ethereum has changed, and will continue to, but will avoid making any disruptions to the operation of the network, while maintaining backwards compatibility, with the exception of the transition to Casper proof of stake. For past and planned changes, refer to here , except for Olympic and Frontier. Refer to here within the previous link for past hard forks. The original development roadmap that was laid out before Ethereum went live specified some of the following milestones: Prerelease step 0: Olympic testnet - launched May 2015 as announced here . The Olympic testnet phase saw a lot of major improvements, followed by Frontier which was launched immediately after. Release step 1.0: Frontier, launched 30 July 2015, starting from block 1 . Here is an Ethereum blog post just before the launch, here and here is a wiki. More details are here . For a formal specification, refer to the Yellow Paper frontier branch here . Release step 2.0: Homestead, launched 14 March 2016 (Pi Day) at block number 1,150,000 as announced here . For changes in the Homestead release, see this EIP . Homestead marked the exit from a beta product to a stable release. Release step 2.2: Tangerine Whistle, aka Anti-DoS, EIP 150 Release step 2.3: Spurious Dragon, aka State-clearing, EIP 158/161, was released in Nov 2016. Spurious Dragon is aiming for Dapp developers as well as end users for limited categories of applications, and had a number of security enhancements. Release Step 3.0: Metropolis phase 1: Byzantium, October 16 2017 as announced here . Byzantium aims to introduce various privacy and functionality improvements. Details are here . For the Byzantium Hard Fork, refer to here , which is an archive link showing the Byzantium EIPs. Also, refer to here fo Continue reading >>

Vitalik Buterin Sets Milestones On Ethereums Route To Be The World Computer

Vitalik Buterin Sets Milestones On Ethereums Route To Be The World Computer

Vitalik Buterin Sets Milestones On Ethereums Route to Be The World Computer Vitalik Buterin has set the next Ethereums milestones for 2017 and 2018. Vitalik Buterin has set the next Ethereums milestones for 2017 and 2018. According to his paper Opportunities and Challenges for Private and Consortium Blockchains, Ethereum 3.0 with unlimited scalability will be released in late 2018. Ethereums success brought smart contracts in focus The Ethereum platform has generated much furore of late particularly after the crowdfunding of The DAO - or the Decentralized Autonomous Organization - and the subsequent spike in the price of the currency of the platform, Ether , from less than a dollar to $15 in six months . A sane level of clarity has also been achieved on the differences between Ethereum and the Bitcoin platform. This understanding, though still sinking, has enabled the two leading cryptocurrency platforms in the world to maintain their operating focus in specialized areas of interest. It also provided enthusiasts a clear view to make the best investment choices. Ethereum has been appreciated more for the popularity it has brought to smart contracts whose programming its made a basic tenet of Blockchain's power. However, despite the rave, the comparison with Bitcoin and the great expectation of the optimistic ETH ecosystem, the Ethereum projects currently expected future milestones are still set for between 2017 and 2018, according to Vitalik Buterin, a co-founder of Ethereum, in his paper Opportunities and Challenges for Private and Consortium Blockchains released by the R3 Consortium. Metropolis: release of the Mist browser, expected summer/fall 2016 Serenity ( Ethereum 1.5 ): release of the proof of stake (Casper) version of the Blockchain, also including Ethereum Imp Continue reading >>

Ethereums Road Map For 2017

Ethereums Road Map For 2017

Hudson Jameson of the Ethereum Foundation speaks on Ethereum's roadmap, along with details about the ecosystem and community. At a recent blockchain-focused conference , software developer and member of the Ethereum Foundation, Hudson Jameson, gave a presentation in which he discussed Ethereums roadmap and the future of the blockchain ecosystem. Jameson started the presentation by going over the history of Ethereum, beginning with the formal announcement made by Ethereum brainchild, Vitalik Buterin, at the North American Bitcoin Conference in January 2015. Following this public announcement, the Ethereum blockchain went through two phases: The initial release of the Ethereum network that went live in July 2015. It was a bare bones beta release that allowed developers to learn, experiment, mine Ether (ETH), and begin building Dapps and tools. The second major version of the Ethereum platform and the first production release of Ethereum, which was made public in March 2016. It included several protocol revisions and a network change that provided the ability for further network upgrades and sped up transactions. Jameson made the point that Ethereum is essentially two years old. However, within this timeframe, much has occurred within the ecosystem and community. Light-clients, such as Status , a mobile Ethereum Dapp that will soon be available for iPhone and Android, are advancing consumer adoption by allowing users to access the usage data they need without downloading the entire Ethereum blockchain. Smart contract safety and formal verification were mentioned as hot topics in the blockchain space, due to exploited flaws in blockchain projects that have garnered media attention. Jameson stated that developers within the Ethereum community are doing groundbreaking crypto Continue reading >>

Future Ethereum - Metropolis, Serenity, Raiden | Nextbigfuture.com

Future Ethereum - Metropolis, Serenity, Raiden | Nextbigfuture.com

The Metropolis (Ethereum 3.0) hardfork upgrade is scheduled for late September. It will be the first upgrade since Homestead (Ethereum 2.0) from early 2016. Anonymity Zero Knowledge Proofs (zk-snarks) will allow the Ethereum Blockchain to perform anonymous transactions on a higher level in the future. This is like Zcash. Ethereum chief developer Buterin and Wilcox work together on Zcashs anonymity. Metropolis upgrade provides easier programming for programmers. * Smartcontracts should also be simplified. * Gas is to be adjusted when a transaction is executed, to settle the bill and thus save costs. A kind of masking can now be used to determine the address to which you have a private key. Through this type of assignment, security enthusiasts get additional security for their accounts. This will provide protection against attacks by quantum computers. Difficulty-Bomb is actually delayed and will be part of the 2nd Hardfork of Metropolis. The Difficulty Bomb should cause an expanding difficulty in Ethereums mining. It is an intermediate step for the gradual replacement from proof-of-work to proof-of-stake. This is the so called Ethereum Ice Age. But for the next Metropolis HF in September 2017 this should be delayed to the 2nd part and replaced by a simple Block Reward reducement from 5 to 3 ether per block. The Difficulty Bomb was growing exponential. It was expected the blocktime would reach 30 seconds per block this summer. This will mean the supply of new eth and the network capacity would be halved. In the next month and years the difficulty will increase faster and faster until it become impossbile for the miners to find a block. Metropolis pushes back the difficulty ramp. Serenity will follow and bring the breakthrough to the mainstream, according to Ethereums Roa Continue reading >>

Ethereum's Development Roadmap - What Is Metropolis? - Bitfalls

Ethereum's Development Roadmap - What Is Metropolis? - Bitfalls

Frontier was the first phase of Ethereum development, launched in July 2015. It was intended primarily for people with a technical background, considering that interaction with the network itself was done primarily through the command line (an interface not all people are familiar with). Frontier was a bare-bones network made of basic parts needed for it to function. The purpose was to develop and test decentralized applications, to test different tools, and to start mining Ether. Homestead is the second phase of Ethereums development, launched on March 14th 2016 (Pi day). It activated on block 1,150,000 and it brings many protocol improvements which lay the foundations to future upgrades and for speeding up the transactions on the network. The third Ethereum phase is very interesting and brings us many changes and novelties like security updates, smart contracts getting smarter, and permitting a larger degree of automation. Metropolis also makes using Ethereum easier for regular people with light clients (programs which do not need the whole blockchain downloaded locally, which could take a hundreds of gigs) like Status for iOS and Android devices. The so-called Ice age is an initiative which will disable mining with graphics cards in the Proof of Work (PoW) consensus mode with the intention of using a more economical approach with a Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus. Proof of Stake will be explained in the Serenity part below The PoS mode stems from the stalemate of development in the Bitcoin community due to disagreements between the miners and the core development team (a group of programmers that work on the Bitcoin protocol). This disagreement brought on a two-year bickering about improving the scalability and permeability of the Bitcoin blockchain . Bitcoin transac Continue reading >>

Las Cuatro Fases De Ethereum: Qu Es Y Qu Supone Metropolis Para Esta Criptomoneda

Las Cuatro Fases De Ethereum: Qu Es Y Qu Supone Metropolis Para Esta Criptomoneda

Las cuatro fases de Ethereum: qu es y qu supone Metropolis para esta criptomoneda Recibe un email al da con nuestros artculos: Cuando los desarrolladores de Ethereum empezaron el proyecto, planificaron cuatro grandes fases necesarias para considerar el protocolo listo para ser usado de forma intensiva. Byzantium es la mitad de Metropolis, la tercera de las cuatro grandes, y fue lanzada con xito hace unas semanas mediante un fork, la nica forma posible de actualizar Ethereum. Si suena confuso es porque lo es. Y el contenido de todas estas fases puede serlo an ms, porque en cada una de ellas se introducen decenas de cambios que ayudan a mejorar el protocolo, pero que habitualmente son decisiones arriesgadas. A grandes rasgos, estas son las cuatro fases y los cambios que introducen. Con Frontier, Ethereum rompi el cascarn y sirvi para dar a conocer el proyecto. Lanzada en julio de 2015, signific el lanzamiento pblico de Ethereum, y puso los pilares necesarios para que los usuarios pudieran empezar a usar la red, ya fuese realizando transacciones, usando smart contracts, o ayudando a la propia red a funcionar verificando transacciones (normalmente llamado minar porque permite ganar ethers como recompensa). La segunda fase fue lanzada en febrero de 2016, y trajo mejoras en el protocolo, en especial cambios necesarios para facilitar futuras actualizaciones. Esta fase, que en principio estaba prevista para un par de meses despus de Frontier, se retras casi un ao, y puso de manifiesto que el desarrollo de una plataforma tan ambiciosa como Ethereum no era sencillo, y que requera resolver retos tcnicos que nadie haba afrontado an. El objetivo detrs de esta actualizacin es preparar Ethereum para que d soporte a ms usuarios y aplicaciones, por eso se centra en ampliar las capacida Continue reading >>

Phases Of Ethereum - Ether Basics

Phases Of Ethereum - Ether Basics

The launch process of Ethereum is divided into 4 milestonesphases (the release steps) in order to give the development a structure and thus to proceed as quickly as possible. You can find the original plan in English here: Ethereum Launch Process . We have summarized the four main milestones for you: Frontier is the Ethereum network in its most minimalistic form. An interface in the form of a command line (command line) for merging ethers and for uploading and executing Ether Contracts. Miners can configure and start their mining rigs. Trade exchanges may include ether to trade. With the Frontier release, people can test Dapps for the first time and purchase Ether to upload their own software in Ethereum. Ethereum is referred to herein as A SAFE DECENTRALIZED SOFTWARE PLATFORM wherein the word SAFE is red-crossed. The Homestead Phase was initiated after Frontier was extensively tested and classified by the core developers as stable and safe. In this phase, the red SAFE was removed. Ethereum is now considered safe. The development stage of Ethereum remains beta in this phase. From the Homestead release, the first major projects in Ethereum are being developed and implemented. The Metropolis phase will be reached as soon as an official interface is released for technically inexperienced users. Similarly, Mist is to be introduced and its own dapp store. This is expected to include some fully functional programs designed to demonstrate the strength of the Ethereum network. Between the Homestead and the Metropolis release, there will probably be one or more intermediate steps. Metropolis will be implemented in two steps: Serenity is the fourth and final phase of Ethereum. Because PoW (Proof of Work) entails an enormous waste of energy, the developers want to find an alterna Continue reading >>

The Ethereum Platform Will Undergo A Major Upgrade In September

The Ethereum Platform Will Undergo A Major Upgrade In September

The Ethereum Platform Will Undergo a Major Upgrade in September Ethereum has announced a late-September release for a new update known as Metropolis. First announced in February, this update is expected to include a number of highly anticipated changes related to anonymity, programming, and security. We now have a timeframe for when one of the most anticipated events in the world of cryptocurrencies is going to occur. Last week, the Ethereum team announced that their Metropolis hard fork will take place toward the end of September 2017. The announcement comes roughly six months after the company revealed their 2017 Road Map and less than a month following bitcoins split into bitcoin and bitcoin cash . This fork will implement a number of changes and improvements, including higher levels of anonymous transactions, easier programming and smart contracts, and additional security in the form of masking, which will help protect users against hacking. The upgrade was expected to include a Difficulty-Bomb that would make ether token mining harder to perform, but according to the Ethereum team update, that will now be added as part of a second hard fork at a later date. The news of a implementation date for Ethereums hard fork is drawing a great deal of attention and speculation from industry experts , who arent certain how the market will react to the change. In the announcement post, the Ethereum team addresses this uncertainty, noting that prices could increase or decrease. Previous upgrades and forks have lead to the former, which, in turn, led to surges in ether mining. A similar chain reaction could come as a result of this fork, they explain. Metropolis isnt the final planned update for Ethereum. The next upgrade, known as Serenity, is expected to bring the breakthrough Continue reading >>

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