In a recent blog post, Donald McIntyre, a core member of the Ethereum Classic (ETC) community and a major contributor to the ongoing development and revamping of Ethereum Classic (ETC) network has recently published a blog post which summarised topics which were discussed by the platform’s developers at a recent “call”.
Discussing the Ethereum Classic (ETC) Network Hardfork
McIntyre’s revealed in his blog post that some section of the ETC ecosystem held a call with the main agenda being the to discuss a proposed hard fork (backwards incompatible upgrade), called Atlantis. The details of the hardfork have been outlined in Ethereum Classic Improvement Proposal (ECIP) 1054.
Main Topics Of Discussion at the Core Developers Meetup
According to McIntyre’s blog post, here are some of the key area of discussion covered at the meeting:
“Byzantium EVM precompiled contracts” including those involving “addition and scalar multiplication” for calculating certain ETC-related functions, and other calculation methods…