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We’re Ready for the Istanbul Fork

Another Ethereum hard fork is upon us. You know what that means — time to update your nodes! Ethereum’s program of continuous innovation makes critical improvements to the network. These improvements result in new protocol upgrades, like the upcoming Istanbul Fork. This upgrade brings improvements in layer 2 performance, increased

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Announcing Görli Testnet Support

Infura is excited to announce full support of the Görli test network. The Görli testnet is a community-driven effort and is the first proof-of-authority cross-client Ethereum testnet. Our mission has always been to provide reliable access to developers building on top of Ethereum and the Görli test network gives our

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Security Alert: Ethereum Constantinople Postponement

** Infura will support the Constantinople Postponement and is actively working on updating its infrastructure to adjust to this new release. Read more about the Constantinople delay below or stay updated via twitter at @infura_io. ** UPDATE [Jan 16]: “We’ve been coordinating with others in the community over the last

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Rinkeby consensus post-mortem

This post intends to shed light on the Rinkeby test network issues seen on September 5, 2018. There is no intent at placing blame or being critical. This is strictly written for the purpose of explaining to the community from our perspective what we saw and how we came to

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Infura’s signer and bootnode on Rinkeby

Since its founding over a year ago, Infura has had a mandate to support the Ethereum community, to help it grow. We’re pleased to announce that as part of this commitment, we are now running a signer (aka authority) and a bootnode on the Rinkeby test network. Rinkeby is

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