A fork creates an alternative version of a blockchain. The two chains run simultaneously on different parts of the network. They can be either accidental or intentional.
Ethereum’s Transaction Volume Scales the Heights by Topping 2.14B ETH in 2021
With an annual return rate of 399.2%, Ethereum (ETH) has scaled the heights in 2021 thanks to increased adoption and notable upgrades like the London Hard Fork.
Ethereum 2.0 Full Upgrade Will Prompt a 1% Annual Deflation Rate
A transition to the proof of stake(PoS) consensus mechanism through Ethereum 2.0 will prompt a 1% annual deflation rate on the ETH network.
Ethereum is Burning at the Rate of 6.29 ETH per Minute
Burnt Ether is edging closer to the 1.2 million ETH mark, given that it's burning at a rate of 6.29 ETH, approximately $24,361, per minute.
London Hard Fork Saved Ethereum Users $844m in Transaction Fees via Base Fee Refunds
Since going live on August 5, the London Hard Fork or EIP 1559 upgrade sought to make the Ethereum network deflationary by injecting a scarcity parameter.
Burnt Ether Tops 1 Million ETH as Non-Zero Ethereum Addresses Break the Record
Ethereum has been making notable strides in terms of burnt Ether after crossing the 1 million ETH mark.
Ether’s Net Issuance Dropped from Over 4% to 0.21% Last Week
Ethereum's supply continues to diminish based on the London Hardfork or EIP-1559 upgrade.
Burnt Ether Tops $2B as Ethereum 2.0 Deposit Contract Continues to Grow
Burnt Ether stands at 608,567 ETH worth $2.089 billion since the London Hardfork or EIP 1559 upgrade went live on August 5.
Ethereum Leads ahead of Traditional Markets Performance over the Past 30 Days
The London Hardfork or EIP 1559 upgrade that got activated in August seems to have boosted Ethereum’s performance in the last 30 days.
Burnt Ethereum Edges Closer to a Billion-Dollar Value
After the London Hardfork or EIP 1559 upgrade went live on August 5, the first-ever deflationary block on the Ethereum network occurred because scarcity was introduced every time Ether was burnt after being used in transactions.
Ethereum Suffers from Chain Splits Due to Technical Issue, over 54% Network Affected
Ethereum largest client has suffered a chain split in which some miners are cut off from the main network