Ethereum's Constantinople hard fork will activate on testnet in October

On Friday, Ethereum core developers agreed to the activate the hard fork on the Ethereum testnet, Ropsten. The Constantinople hard fork aims at increasing the efficiency of the Ethereum blockchain and decreasing the Ether mining reward.  (Source: CoinDesk)

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