Just 15% of Ethereum Nodes Have Upgraded Days Ahead of Constantinople

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If all goes well, then ordinary users and upgraded nodes won’t see any difference. Clean split between new and non-upgraded nodes (please update!).” On January 16th new protocol rules will kick-in, making old nodes no longer able to function. Only 14.6% of all ethereum nodes have upgraded to the latest version despite there being only one week to go until ethereum’s Constantinople upgrade. 314 nodes have upgraded to the Geth fork Clients of 1.8.20 or above, accounting for 4% of all 7856 eth nodes. While 833 Parity Clients have upgraded to version 2.1.10 or above. “Upgrade your clients as soon as possible!” – Afri Schoedon of parity said last week when just 10% of all nodes had upgraded. That’s due to a number of consensus changes, with the primary one being an issuance reduction from 3 eth per block to 2.

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Only 14.6% of all ethereum nodes have upgraded to the latest version despite there being only one week to go until ethereum’s Constantinople upgrade.

314 nodes have upgraded to the Geth fork Clients of 1.8.20 or above, accounting for 4% of all 7856 eth nodes. While 833 Parity Clients have upgraded to version 2.1.10 or above.

“Upgrade your clients as soon as possible!” – Afri Schoedon of parity said last week when just 10% of all nodes had upgraded. While Péter Szilágyi of Geth said:

“Rinkeby Ethereum testnet successfully forked over to Constantinople! All signers, bootnodes, faucet online and working well. Clean split between new and non-upgraded nodes (please update!).”

On January 16th new protocol rules will kick-in, making old nodes...

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