How many things do you know about Ethereum's memorabilia? Now let's take a look and get acquainted with the events of Ethereum.
1. Ethereum iteration plan
The so-called Ethereum's hard bifurcation is a change to Ethereum's underlying protocol. By creating new rules, historical data can be rolled back to improve system performance.
It is understood that Ethereum's release is divided into four phases, namely Frontier, Homestead, Metropolis, and Serenity. The Ethereum consensus algorithm uses the proof of workload (POW) in the first three stages. In the fourth phase, plan to switch to the POS.
Ethereum's cutting-edge phase began on July 30, 2015. The purpose of this phase is to run mining and exchange trades and establish an application that allows people to test distributed applications (DApps).
On March 14th of the following year, Ethereum released its homeland. Compared with the frontier, there was no obvious technical change in the hometown; Ethereum provided a wallet with a graphical interface, which improved ease of use, and ordinary users could easily experience and use Ethereum. .
On October 16th, 2017, Ethereum went through the third phase upgrade at the height of the fourth block of 4.37 million blocks. The Metropolis contains two hard bifurcations of Byzantium and Constantinople. It is expected to be carried out in 2018.
According to the information in the block chain (ID: qukuailianjizhequan), companies such as Microsoft and Intel have already intended to build applications on this agreement.
2. Developer Conference
The developer conference is one of the ways that Ethereum gathers Ethereum fans around the world to brainstorm the project. The event began with the first small-scale conference in 2014 and has lasted for four sessions. The influence of the conference has gradually expanded.
In November 2014, Ethereum held its first small developer conference in Berlin (DEVCON 0);
From November 9th to 13th, 2015, Ethereum held a five-day developer conference (DEVCON 1) in London, attracting more than 300 developers from all over the world; the third developer conference was selected at the meeting. (DEVCON 2) was held in Shanghai in September 2016.
From September 19 to September 24, 2016, nearly 1,000 participants gathered in Shanghai to discuss Ethereum tools and development, Ethereum security and applications, and Ethereum ecology and outlook.
On November 1, 2017, the Ethereum Developers Conference (DEVCON 3) was held in Cancun, Mexico. It lasted for four days. Ethereum developers, investors, and enthusiasts around the world discussed the scalability and security of Ethereum. And privacy issues. At the meeting, Vitalik Buterin put forward the issue of Casper, Sharding, and some other agreement updates, and officially pulled the shards into people's eyes.