2019: The Year Washington, Silicon Valley and Beijing Faced Off Over Crypto


After multiple failed attempts, the second largest blockchain in the world by market capitalization executed its sixth system-wide upgrade, also called a hard fork. Dubbed Constantinople, the hard fork was executed as two upgrades, one after the other, in order to patch a critical vulnerability discovered mere hours before the upgrade was scheduled for activation. 

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