Ethereum planned three forks on January which suppose to be very significant to the ETH eco-system Ethereum. The most important one is scheduled to January 16th. ‘Constantinople’, as the system upgrade is called, is set to be implemented at block 7,080,000. Let’s have a look at what this could mean for the network.
Constantinople: What to Expect?
Back on December 6th, 2018, Ethereum core developers voted to move on with the Constantinople upgrade. Keeping in mind an average block time of about 14.5 seconds, the upgrade should take place on January 16th, 2019.