Today, both OpenEthereum and MultiGeth have announced deprecation of Ethereum Classic support. With those two clients still collectively sharing around 70% of the total network node count, this is a PSA to ask ETC users to take appropriate actions.

Somehow triggered Google's "featured snippets" on the search term "substrate wrapper block". No idea how, but it's surely quite interesting.

I'm old enough to remember something called "Flippening 2.0" of and Ethereum Classic. The only thing that has changed is that the number is now ~2.7%, instead of ~7.1%.

It has been more than 5 years since I started using . Not sure if there's another software that has influenced my workflow as much as it does.

1920 recording of Bach's Air for G string (Air on the G string) (BWV 1068, D major. arr). Violin solo by Joel Belov with piano accompaniment by Robert Gayler.

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