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Coming Ethereum Hardforks Can be Watched Online via Fork Monitor

Ethereum sixth and seventh system-wide upgrades to be held today, on February 28. The code change will include two almost simultaneous updates called Constantinople and St. Petersburg, both of which will be implemented as hard forks of the Ethereum blockchain.
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Ethereum sixth and seventh system-wide upgrades to be held today, on February 28. The code change will include two almost simultaneous updates called Constantinople and St. Petersburg, both of which will be implemented as hard forks of the Ethereum blockchain.

Once activated, users can monitor the progress of both hard forks in real time using a developer tool known as the “fork monitor,” which visualizes Ethereum blockchain data into a time series graph.

Updates should take place as soon as Ethereum reaches 7,280,000 units. The process itself is expected to begin at 19:15  UTC.

Constantinople upgrade has to increase the platform’s effectiveness, postpone the difficulty bomb and reduce the unit reward from 3 to 2 ETH. St. Petersburg is designed to remove the previous EIP 1283 update from the Ethereum test networks.

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