Bitcoin’s hashrate climbs, reaches halfway point towards next halving. Ethereum developer Tim Beilko highlights requirements for seamless Merge. Cronos ‘Huygens’ mainnet upgrade launches successfully.
- Despite macro headwinds and a recent price decline, Bitcoin’s (BTC) hashrate continued climbing higher as the 105,000th block was mined — marking 50% of the journey into its next halving.
- In the Ethereum (ETH) AllCoreDevs Update 011, Tim Beiko highlighted the technical requirements needed for the Merge to happen in a seamless manner — continued Mainnet shadowforks without returning any errors.
- The Cronos mainnet upgrade v0.7.0 ‘Huygens’ was successful. The upgrade introduces variable transaction fees depending on network utilisation and the performance of the node storage.
- Cronos (CRO) saw a +5.44% increase in total transactions to 39.29M. The total number of wallet addresses now stands at 761,368, up +3.93% from last week.
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