BitMEX’ research division has recently revealed in a recent blog post that its Ethereum Parity full node contains a “potential bug.” According to the research arm, the said bug was discovered from data analysed from Nodestats.org— BitMEX Research’s new website developed for the sole purpose of collecting key metric on the Ethereum nodes.
BitMEX Launches Nodestats
The exchange has also announced the launch of Nodestats, a project which is developed in partnership with TokenAnalyst.
The newly launch platform is designed to show key data for Ethereum Parity and Ethereum Geth clients — which the exchange declared as the two largest Ethereum node client implementations. The platform also compares requirements related to CPU usage, memory (RAM), bandwidth and storage space.
According to the blog post announcing the launch of the project, it was stated that collection of data from the Ethereum Parity full node started on March 1, and up until March 12, the node was still not completely synced with the Ethereum…