After a tussling meeting on Fri, December 7, 2018 at about14:00 UTC, the Ethereum Core Developers are yet to follow decide on whether or not the Ethereum Constantinople Hard Fork will take place.
In a meeting that lasted for 1.5 hours with an attendance of 10+ developers, the core points of the meeting were as follows:
♣ Client Updates
♣ Research Updates
♣ Working Group Updates
♣ Openness of meetings
♣ ProgPoW update
♣ Quick announcement re: coordinator roles, and
♣ Date for next meeting.
In order not to leave any stone unturned, the world largest crypto exchange – Binance would like to confirm support for the upcoming Ethereum Constantinople Hard Fork.
In a statement via the support desk, it is recommended that users/traders leave sufficient time for deposits to be processed in full prior to the block height shown below.
Should there be any other hard forks or airdrops during the Constantinople hard fork period, Binance has assured her community that they will handle all technical requirements involved for all users holding Ether in their Binance accounts.
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Hard Fork Details
Hard Fork Block Height: 7,080,000
Estimated Time: Between 2019/01/14 and 2019/01/18.
However, since the team were yet to decide on the Hardfork, the date for the next meeting is scheduled for Jan. 4
Ethereum Core Developer Attendees
♣ Zak Cole
♣ Fred Harryson
♣ Dimitry Khoklov
♣ Andrew Gross
♣ Daniel Ellison
♣ Martin Holst Swende
♣ Adam Schmideg
♣ Shahan Khatchadourian
What To Do As An Enthusiast
Like every other hard fork, if this will be feasible, it is recommended that all users stop crypto trading on or before the exact date of the event.
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