Ethereum Options Sellers Exceed Buyers, Will ETH Price Drop Below $130?

An analysis of Ethereum Options at Deribit, a crypto derivatives trading platform, reveals that the trading community expects ETH prices to tank in days ahead.
A tweet from Skew, a real-time crypto market analytics platform, shows that a majority of Ethereum Options traders are bearish, and that there is a one-way flow of bearish positions as the number of Call_Sells outstrip Call_Buys, at 93% and 3% respectively.
Overly, this shows that traders’, despite bullish sentiments from coin holders and influential developers, are jittery, and bearish against the expectation of the developer community who are upbeat, banking on on-chain development to spur a price ETH rebound from spot rates.
Call_Sells Indicative of Ethereum Bear Pressure

👀 #OneWayFlow pic.twitter.com/O2NLMLJyaU
— skew (@skewdotcom) December 11, 2019

Clearly, the prevailing sentiment is bearish and there are many traders waiting to buy ETH for cheap. That explains the high number of Call_Sells.
Call_Sells, unlike Call_Buys, is a bearish signal and occurs when the number of bulls, though upbeat, are bearish in the immediate term. 1,200 such positions were placed at Deribit as shown in the screenshot. For that specific reason, they place bets to buy the coin at lower prices.
In contrast, there were just 44 Call_Buys meaning the number of traders expecting ETH prices to surge over the short-term was fewer than the herd.  According to an analyst, Call_Sells point to price weakness:
“it means that the most taker positions are people wanting to sell calls, this taking a bearish bias on the market (call is an option to buy so if you’re selling that you’re actually hoping for prices to be lower).”
Deribit Responding to Clients’ Demand
In Q1 2019, the Dutch-based derivatives trading platform launched Ethereum Options for the first time allowing the trading of European Style, Vanilla options.
A Vanilla Option has no specific feature but like any other Options contract, it gives the owner the right, not an obligation, to buy or sell the underlying within a specific time frame at a pre-determined price.
Institutions use derivatives like Bitcoin Futures and Options for risk management and to hedge their portfolios. Responding to user demand, the CEO and founder of Deribit, John Jansen, said many OTC desks and customers were eager to see the launch of ETH options.
ETH Route to $130?
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At spot rates, ETH is dangling precariously at $144. However, it remains to be seen whether prices will fall below the immediate support line at $130 and later $100 as mentioned in previous ETH/USD price analyses.
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Ethereum’s Volatility Is at Multi-Year Lows; Is a Massive Movement Imminent?

Ethereum and the aggregated crypto markets have been caught in a firm downtrend since early-November, and dwindling trading volume has resulted in ETH and other cryptocurrencies facing an ongoing period of sideways trading that has been frustrating for investors and traders alike.
This lack of volatility has especially impacted Ethereum, which is currently witnessing the lowest 60-day volatility levels seen since 2016, which may signal that a massive movement is imminent.
Ethereum Enters Tight Trading Range as Volume Dives
At the time of writing, Ethereum is trading down just under 1% at its current price of $144.55, which marks a slight decline from its daily highs of just over $146.
Over the past week, ETH has been ranging within the mid-$140 region, finding strong support at roughly $140 and strong resistance at $150.
This trading range has been growing tighter in recent times, as ETH has been stuck between roughly $142 and $145 for the past few days, and it is currently showing few signs of any major trend shift being imminent in the near-term.
This bout of sideways trading has come about concurrently with a major drop in Ethereum’s 60-day aggregated volatility, which is currently sitting at multi-year lows.
CoinMetrics, a blockchain research firm, spoke about this in a recent tweet, noting that this could mean that a big price movement is imminent.
“With $ETH’s 60d volatility falling to levels not experienced since 2016 are we finally due for some price action? Or just more of the same,” they noted while pointing to the chart seen below.

With $ETH's 60d volatility falling to levels not experienced since 2016 are we finally due for some price action? Or just more of the same… pic.twitter.com/QiViLIDnO6
— CoinMetrics.io (@coinmetrics) December 13, 2019

It is highly probable that any near-term ETH movement will still remain somewhat dependent on Bitcoin, as BTC has been a strong guiding force over major altcoins in recent times.
Will Fundamental Strength Help Push ETH Higher?
Although it remains unclear as to whether or not Ethereum’s low volatility will result in a massive movement, growing fundamental strength could ultimately help propel the cryptocurrency higher.
Joseph Lubin, Ethereum’s co-founder and the founder of ConsenSys, spoke about Ethereum’s strength in a recent tweet, pointing to the massive amount of ETH currently locked DeFi initiatives as one reason why the blockchain is fundamentally strong.
“Over 20M total #Ethereum accounts were created in 2019. Over $650M USD is currently locked in #DeFi. Over 4.5M $ETH was issued this year from block rewards. The @ethereum machine just keeps chugging!” He explained.

Over 20M total #Ethereum accounts were created in 2019.
Over $650M USD is currently locked in #DeFi.
Over 4.5M $ETH was issued this year from block rewards.
The @ethereum machine just keeps chugging! https://t.co/nmu7guIcHS
— Joseph Lubin (@ethereumJoseph) December 13, 2019

While considering Ethereum’s low volatility and bullish fundamentals, it does appear that a bullish trend could be right around the corner.
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1.6 trillion Bitcoin transactions facilitated over last 2 years: Report

Bitcoin and XRP were the world’s largest virtual assets going into 2019. However, while Bitcoin continues to dominate the market over the year, Ethereum did manage to overtake XRP on the cryptocurrencThe post 1.6 trillion Bitcoin transactions facilitated over last 2 years: Report appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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Orchid (OXT) Is Set to Launch on Coinbase Pro

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Orchid (OXT) Is Set to Launch on Coinbase Pro
Coinbase has announced that Orchid is set to launch on Coinbase Pro. The platform will start accepting OXT deposits starting today.
Orchid (OXT) Is Set to Launch on Coinbase Pro

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What Benefits Can Cryptocurrencies Offer?

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What Benefits Can Cryptocurrencies Offer?
Cryptocurrency functions in accordance with cryptographic algorithms to offer consumers a fully secure line of financial transactions.
What Benefits Can Cryptocurrencies Offer?

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Ethereum Based DeFi Forecast to Hit $5 Billion in 2020

The future of finance is evolving and Ethereum based DeFi is at the forefront of it. This year has seen explosive growth in decentralized finance despite bearish crypto asset performance. 2020 is set to be even bigger with bold predictions of where DeFi will go next.
2020 Could Be Huge for DeFi
Decentralized finance has literally exploded this year. It offers a unique way to earn interest on digital assets without a middleman taking a cut. With the current traditional banking system on the verge of collapse, and interest rates going into negative territory, savers are getting punished on a grand scale.
DeFi is the solution as a deposit in Ethereum or a stablecoin such as Dai can earn impressive interest rates on some platforms. Just this week new records have been set for the amount of ETH locked up in DeFi.
According to defipulse.com the current amount of ETH locked in DeFi is at an all-time high of over 2.7 million. Dai is also at a peak with 30 million locked away earning interest. In USD terms, the figures are not far off their all-time highs with $665 million at the moment.
Industry advisers Blockchain Capital have predicted that DeFi will continue to grow in 2020 and could be worth $5 billion. On a not so positive note it added that the fledgling industry could come under the scrutiny of regulators as it currently does not require any KYC/AML procedures.

11) Lastly, our team shares some bold predictions for the New Year! pic.twitter.com/f7xyaYJSmP
— Blockchain Capital (@blockchaincap) December 12, 2019

Next year is likely to herald in a number of positive developments for the DeFi ecosystem. According to a recent defipulse blog post privacy and anonymity solutions using zero knowledge are likely to improve in 2020 as further development on the Ethereum network proceeds.
Ethereum 2.0 Staking Opportunities
Decentralized exchanges are also likely to grow next year and efficient non-custodial financial tools will continue to attract more traders away from centralized profit driven exchanges.
As Ethereum 2.0 starts to roll out there will be staking opportunities on the network so it will be interesting to see how earnings compare between direct staking and DeFi. The post added that major exchanges are likely to offer custodial ETH staking as they currently are doing with Tezos.
There will also be a raft of new services such as decentralized staking pools and DeFi opportunities for ETH 2.0 next year as the space evolves.
The demand for decentralized finance cannot be underestimated, and a quick glance at the state of the current banking system is enough to see why.
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As DeFi Markets Reinforce, Ethereum Price Contrast Gravitating Towards the Low

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As DeFi Markets Reinforce, Ethereum Price Contrast Gravitating Towards the Low
Ethereum fell below $140 some hours back and stays somewhere in a bearish territory as prices drop to their lowest levels most of the time.
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This Cryptocurrency is Causing Controversy as Community Calls it a Scam

Cryptocurrency traders and investors are constantly looking out for the next big thing. One thing learned from the 2017 pump is that FOMO can spread like wildfire and a crypto asset can surge for practically no reason. HEX is getting a lot of attention at the moment but all may not be what it seems.
Cryptocurrency Community Vexed by HEX
The project describes itself as a blockchain certificate of deposit (CD), similar to a fixed deposit interest paying service traditionally offered by banks. Outspoken project founder Richard Heart has been extremely vocal lately the platform has generated quite a bit of criticism and controversy.
It has been described as a colossal pyramid scheme with questionable ethics. Essentially token holders will be able to re-stake them for potentially huge returns in terms of interest depending how much of the total supply is staked.
Heart has vehemently defended his baby by attacking the banks and bitcoin alike. HEX went live last week but the majority of transactions on its contract have no monetary value, presumably because the snapshot gave the initial cryptocurrency away for nothing.
Just like a pyramid scheme, HEX has an elaborate referral system which is likely to enrich those at the top, namely the founder. It claims that this will continue for 50 weeks after which all of the tokens ever created will be distributed.
To get HEX, participants can buy it sending Ethereum to a so called the ‘Adoption Amplifier’, which functions as a recurring daily auction. They are effectively trading ETH for HEX though, no matter how it has been worded.
There is another way of getting them and it involves revealing how much bitcoin a participant holds by storing it in a wallet address to receive 10,000 HEX tokens per BTC held.
At the moment there is no price data on the tokens which have only just started circulating.
Enriching The Owner?
Lawyer Stephen Palley has questioned the use of the certificate of deposit to describe the scheme noting that it does not return the ETH investments.

Here's the thing. A CD (which is what Heart says Hex is) is a certificate of DEPOSIT. You get the money back, after interest is paid. This guy is calling something a CD that doesn't give you your ether back. It is a CD only in the sense that it is deposited elsewhere. https://t.co/ai6VLMltGf
— Palley (@stephendpalley) December 10, 2019

In an article on The Block, Palley elaborated with this analogy;
“Imagine a bank CD where you get sand in exchange for dollars, and you can use the sand to get extra sand but you never get your dollars back?”
Fellow attorney David Silver pledged his support to the interviewer Peter McCormack and his questions on the disappearing Ethereum.
A recent medium has also delved into the project revealing more details on how wealthy Richard Heart will become if this token launch is a success. When ETH is sent to purchase HEX it actually goes to something called the ‘origin address’.
In tiny print on the contract document, and hard-coded into the protocol, is a clause which gives the origin address, owned by Heart, a ‘copy’ of all bonus payouts meaning that it will eventually own almost half of the entire supply of HEX.
The report continues to claim that Heart will likely make over $100 million in ETH and control 45% of all HEX after the first year. There are also a number of penalties for not staking or prematurely ending the contract, with 50% of those penalty fees also going into this ‘origin address’.
The bonus and referral schemes seem to have been articulated to obfuscate the premise that the entire platform has been cunningly designed to make one man very wealthy indeed.
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Room To Fall: Ethereum May Be Down 90% But ICO Investors Are Still Up Over 400x

The price of the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, Ethereum, may be down as much as 90% from its all-time high price of over $1,400, but ICO investors are still up over 400x on their initial investment.
Could this suggest that Ethereum has a lot more room to fall, despite seeing most of its 2017 bull run gains evaporate already?
Early Ethereum Investors Are Still Up Over 400x On Initial Investment
Ethereum today dominates the cryptocurrency market alongside Bitcoin and Ripple. The big three are the first investment choices for those considering exploring the world of crypto assets.
Related Reading | Ethereum Fractal Suggests Altcoins Could Soon Outperform Bitcoin 
But compared to Bitcoin, Ethereum is relatively young, born from an initial coin offering back in 2015. At the time of the altcoin project’s release, it was available to early ICO investors for just 30 cents per ETH.
At today’s prices, as one crypto analyst points out, ICO investors are still up as much as 400x on their initial investment, suggesting that although Ethereum’s price has declined significantly over the last two years, the earliest investors could continue to cash out with extreme gains, bringing the price of the number two crypto asset by market cap even lower and lower.

$ETH is down 90% since it's highs @ $1400 currently sitting at roughly $147.
Which means the ICO investors are still up by 474x#roadtodoubledigits pic.twitter.com/6dHKxT9O8G
— CryptoDude (@cryptodude999) December 10, 2019

ICO Investors Could Still Dump ETH At An Enormous Profit
Ethereum ballooned to an all-time high price of $1,400 at the height of the crypto bubble due to the ICO boom. Ethereum itself was born from an ICO, but later became the de-facto crowdfunding platform for launching new ICOs as ERC-20 tokens.
Ethereum was bought up at any price for investors to quickly trade in exchange for early access to altcoin presales, hoping to get in at the ground floor of the next Bitcoin, and dreaming of striking it rich.
But those dreams quickly turned into nightmares, as ICO investors quickly realized they had bought into a fly-by-night coin offering next to no use case or utility, and whose value had started to decline sharply once interest in the crypto industry waned.
ICO investors began to unload altcoins in droves, driving the price of nearly every altcoin across the market down. Even Ethereum, saw up to 90% of its gains eliminated in the selloff.
Related Reading | The Worst Is Yet To Come For Altcoin Market Cap
Much like those early ICO investors who bought into hyped new coins during the ICO boom of 2017, early Ethereum investors are now left with a decision: continue to hold in hopes that Ethereum’s price reaches another all-time high, or cash out now while there are still gains left to secure.
If Ethereum continues to fall, even the earliest ICO investors may begin to capitulate and take what little profit is left remaining.
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XRP's correlation to overall market fell towards November-end: Report

The Bitcoin [BTC] market has lost 0.54% of its value in December 2019, with the king coin’s price movement recording recurring dips. A recent dip of 2.45% contributed to the price of the world’s largeThe post XRP’s correlation to overall market fell towards November-end: Report appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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Ethereum [ETH] Transactions Facing Hiccups After Istanbul Hard Fork

The much-awaited Istanbul upgrade of the Ethereum blockchain is complete. But, this doesn’t mean the end of problems for Ethereum. Apparently, the network has been having difficulty processing transactions after the completion of the hard fork.
Smart Contract Calls Running Out of Gas
The hard fork was completed at 00:25:09 GMT on Sunday on block no. 9069000, and it was mined by Chinese mining pool SparkPool. This is a great reason to rejoice for the Ethereum community as the fork included the implementation of six Ethereum Improvement Proposals (EIPs) which focus on mainly three things – making the network resilient against denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks (EIP1344), enabling the blockchain’s interoperability with equihash-based proof-of-work (PoW) cryptocurrencies (EIP 152), and optimising gas costs (EIPs 1108, 2028, 2200).
However, after the completing the hard fork successfully, the network has been having some trouble processing transactions, as Antoine de Calvez points out in his post on Twitter.
According to de Calvez, some operations involving the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) were repriced, effectively making them more expensive. This unfavourable repricing affected smart contract activity negatively.

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While technically successful, the recent Ethereum hardfork wasn't without negative consequences.
Some EVM operations were repriced to be cost more in fees which affected some smart contract activity.
— Antoine Le Calvez (@khannib) December 9, 2019

Also, transaction failure rate has quadrupled on the network as more smart contract calls are running out of gas more frequently now.
Source: Twitter
Transactions on Gemini Affected
As per de Calvez, activity on exchanges has also been affected following the hard fork. One of the exchanges struggling with ETH transactions is Gemini. The exchange has not been able to sweep user deposits into its hot wallet after the fork, and as it has continuously been getting an out-of-gas error.
Source: Twitter
Source: Twitter
However, with Gemini, it seems that the problem was at their end as their testnet and mainnet were different, and they were working on replacing them. Instead of building a full fidelity test, they calculated the necessary gas limit increase and applied. However, that did not work out for them as they ran into a Solidity quirk and ending up spending even more gas. The issue has been fixed now and Gemini’s sweeps are working normally.
Some transactions on Uniswap were found to be failing as well, but Uniswap clarified that it was due to a broken ARB bot, and it was the same addresses that was repeatedly experiencing failed transactions.
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Tron CEO Justin Sun Gets Trolled For Trying to Help Cash-Strapped Ethereum Developers

From cancelling the Buffett lunch, to getting slammed by Digibyte CEO Jared Tate, Justin Sun seems to have a knack for becoming the object of crypto Twitter’s attention. This time, he offered to help cash-strapped Ethereum developers, but he got trolled by the crypto community even while he was trying to do a good deed.
Ethereum Developers Struggling For Funds
Nina Breznik, an Ethereum developer, recently tweeted that the Ethereum Foundation was planning on stopping the funding of its internal teams next year. As per the thread, Breznik has been working with Ethereum for 3 years. She worked on Remix project for 2 years, and joined PlayProject last year.

As some might already know, Ethereum Foundation is planning to stop funding for most of the internal teams in the next year.
I joined about 3 years ago and was working for 2 years on Remix and then in the last year on PlayProject.
— Nina Breznik📍🇹🇭 (@ninabreznik) December 6, 2019

She also shared the details of the other Ethereum projects she had worked on in more tweets, and that the Ethereum Foundation was stopping the funding of the youngest projects first. As per the thread, Breznik’s project’s funding  was stopped on the 1st of December, and other projects can also expect to see a cut in their funding in the next year.

Sadly they decided to stop funding the youngest projects first. So from December 1 our funding has stopped and other projects' funding will also have their funding cut in the following year.
— Nina Breznik📍🇹🇭 (@ninabreznik) December 6, 2019

She concluded her tweets requesting for partners, grants and co-branding opportunities.

So, we'd like to continue our work on projects we started and are passionate about.
We're looking for partners, grants, donations, co-branding opportunities. So please, get in touch and let's build good things together.
— Nina Breznik📍🇹🇭 (@ninabreznik) December 6, 2019

While the veracity of the claim that the Ethereum Foundation is cutting funding for projects is not yet confirmed, other blockchain projects jumped at the opportunity to sign on the Ethereum team.
Justin Sun’s Attempt to Help
Justin Sun retweeted Breznik’s team, inviting Ethereum developers to migrate their work to Tron.

We would love to fund #Ethereum developers to migrate their works to #TRON. Super easy! Always #BUIDL! https://t.co/hD3g7AzQrL
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) December 7, 2019

He tried to turn Ethereum’s loss into Tron’s gain and it did not sit well with Ethereum supporters. From pointing out that the value of Tron had been continually falling to reminding him of the Buffett lunch to advising him to fund projects which were already using Tron, the crypto community left no stone unturned in trolling Sun.
Twitter user Chjango Unchained mocked Sun that he only wanted to employ Ethereum developers so that he could become the CEO of Ethereum.
Source: Twitter
GetDrunkisFunny predicted a grim future for Tron and Justin Sun – Tron disappearing and Sun going to prison for money laundering and fraud.
Source: Twitter
Altcoin Junkie advised Sun to fund projects that were already supporting Tron.
Source: Twitter
The angst of the community against Tron and Justin Sun could be stemming from the fact that TRX and other coins from Justin Sun’s projects – BTT and WIN have shown a dismal performance in the last year.
Despite the Tron network having over 4 million accounts, and having nearly double the number of active users than EOS and ETH at 200K, the coin’s upward price movement has been sluggish. The coin had hit a YTD high on in June when its price had reached $0.0386, but now, it is trading at $0.0144, over 60% below the YTD high.
BTT, is trading at a mere $0.0003, 83% down from its May 2019 all-time high of $0.0018. The condition of WIN is not too different either. Its rank on CoinGecko is well below 100 and its market cap is a mere $21,779,725. The coin is trading $0.0001.
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Ethereum Completes Istanbul Hard Fork, but Buyers Aren’t Too Excited

Ethereum’s price action has been closely correlated to Bitcoin’s over the past several weeks, leading ETH’s price to dip into the lower-$150 region, which is where it has been able to find some levels of support.
Ethereum’s much-anticipated Istanbul hard fork has come about concurrently with ETH’s ongoing downtrend, and it appears that investors are not too enthused with this latest development, as sellers remain firmly in control of the cryptocurrency.
Ethereum Struggles to Gain Upwards Momentum Despite Istanbul Hard Fork 
At the time of writing, Ethereum is trading up over 1% at its current price of $151, which marks a slight climb from its recent lows of $146 that were visited on multiple occasions over the past week.
It is important to note that Ethereum did face some resistance at $152, which appears to be a strong level of resistance for the cryptocurrency. It is important to note that ETH has incurred some upwards momentum today as Bitcoin begins moving towards its near-term resistance level at $8,000.
Ethereum has been caught within a firm bout of sideways trading ever since it faced a massive drop to lows of $135 in late-November, which appears to be an incredibly strong support level for the cryptocurrency.
One event that some investors had been looking towards as a potential bullish catalyst is Ethereum’s Istanbul hard fork, which was successfully implemented today.
Teddy, a popular cryptocurrency analyst on Twitter, spoke about this much delayed hard fork in a recent tweet, saying:
“After 950 delays #Ethereum finally completed its hard fork – Istanbul,” he noted.

After 950 delays #Ethereum finally completed its hard fork – Istanbul
Make @VitalikButerin relevant again!$ETH https://t.co/oEqxZoPx5k
— TEDDY (@teddycleps) December 8, 2019

Will Strong Multi-Year Resistance Force ETH Lower?
It is important to note that Ethereum has been stuck beneath one strong descending resistance level for two years, and it has shown few signs of having enough strength to break above this level.
Teddy also spoke about this resistance in a tweet, noting that it spells trouble for the future price action of the cryptocurrency.
“#ETHEREUM | $ETH: Unless Istanbul, the latest hard fork can generate a new wave of interest – this bad boy: – is hitting lower support levels and thus cover those gaps burning my eyes – look at that 2 year long resistance, NOT a scratch,” he said while pointing to the chart seen below.

#ETHEREUM | $ETH
Unless Istanbul, the latest hard fork can generate a new wave of interest – this bad boy:
– is hitting lower support levels and thus cover those gaps burning my eyes
– look at that 2 year long resistance, NOT a scratch@VitalikButerin – maybe you can pump it pic.twitter.com/kbBDQaRTXI
— TEDDY (@teddycleps) December 7, 2019

Although Istanbul is unlikely to have any sway on Ethereum’s near-term price action, it is highly probable that ETH will only break above its strong resistance if Bitcoin gains some notable upwards momentum.
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Parity Ethereum criticised for releasing emergency patch, days before Istanbul

While Ethereum’s Istanbul upgrade was deemed successful, it was, however, not all smooth-sailing. The upgrade that went live on block 9,069,000, introduced six Etheruem Improvement Protocols, and all The post Parity Ethereum criticised for releasing emergency patch, days before Istanbul appeared first on AMBCrypto.
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