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Question: Private ethereum testnet on ARM(Raspberry pi's)
Hi guys, I have a pi4 cluster and its running k3s(kubernetes lightweight). I was wondering if i could deploying a private blockchain network within my k3s cluster with an ARM architecture? Does anyone has any up-to-date helm charts for this? I can't find anything related to ethereum private networks on ARM.
Hi everyone! I'm during development of ERC-20 token support for some exchange (exchange written in Java) and would like to have ability to write strong unit tests. I'm using geth + web3j and I need to write tests that simulates different behaviors like blockchain forks. How to achieve this goal? It would be great to be able to mint new blocks from Java (Proof of Authority?) and have it all inside Docker container. Maybe there are some ready to use solution? If no, I can create such container, but also have problem to understand how to run Ethereum in Proof of Authority mode and how to mint new blocks.
We are AVA Labs, The Team Behind Athereum, an experimental Ethereum Testnet powered by Avalanche Consensus. Ask us Anything.
Hello, ethereum, we're the team from AVA Labs, responsible for the Athereum testnet. Athereum is an experimental Ethereum testnet that uses the Avalanche consensus protocol underneath to enable some fascinating things. Athereum is a spoon (friendly fork) of Ethereum that will have a 1:1 ratio with ETH. This isn’t a contentious fork. We are simply porting over the Ethereum state at a to-be-determined block height. All existing Ethereum holders will have access to ATH equal to the current amount of ETH they hold in their wallets. No additional coins are being created, and no new coins will be minted after the spoon date. Athereum is 99%Ethereum and 1% AVA. Using the same keys, contracts, and tooling you are already using. Metamask, MEW, Remix, all are working out of the box. With this new implementation, we want to show the world that Ethereum is capable of scaling today with existing technology. With collaboration between communities, we can work together to push the evolution of blockchain technology through research and innovation. We are here to answer all your questions. Ask us anything. Queue your questions below, and we will answer November 7th beginning at 7:00 PM(UTC) and going on until we can't anymore! Your questions will be answered by:
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Etherscan allows you to explore and search the Ropsten blockchain for transactions, addresses, tokens, prices and other activities taking place on Ropsten (ETH) Ethereum 2.0 developers released the specifications for the “official” testnet on Wednesday, ahead of a presumed end-of-year launch. The testnet will begin Aug. 4 and has been named “Medalla ... Released on September 29, Spadina testnet will only be active for 72 hours, and the network will operate in parallel with Medalla, the multi-client testnet that Ethereum launched at the beginning of August. The main focus for developers and Ether stakers on Spadina is to practice their deposit and genesis chops before Ethereum 2.0. The Ethereum 2.0 testnet Spadina launched with no major issues and blocks were handled successfully But there were issues of finality or the guarantee that past transactions will never change The ... Of course not! testnet cryptocurrencies are the same. My address is not working. Are testnet addresses different than real ones? Yes, in bitcoin an address begins with "1" or "3", in testnet bitcoin an address begins with "m" or "2". In the case of Ethereum both addresses can be used, but you can't transfer ether from Rinkeby to the real network.
Create an Ethereum ERC-20 token and deploy it on testnet (Part 1)
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