Dear Tokenomy User,
This is the latest update with regards to our previous article on Tokenomy Will Support the Upcoming Ethereum Constantinople Hard Fork.
Unfortunately, a security vulnerability is found in the latest Ethereum Constantinople Hard Fork by ChainSecurity, which might affect smart contracts.
This vulnerability is not considered to be of a high risk since it will only affect certain smart contracts with bad practices. However, the community still hasn’t found any smart contract that is vulnerable to this attack.
Thus, the Ethereum Core Developer team has decided to postpone the Constantinople Hard Fork until further notice.
Tokenomy will attempt to align itself with the core development and act accordingly to cancel or postpone the Constantinople Hard Fork.
For more information: Constantinople enables new Reentrancy Attack
Note: This publication serves as an informational update only and will not affect Tokenomy users in any way.
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