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Tor-enabled Bitcoin Nodes Are Back to Normal Following a Full-swing Crash

Tor-enabled Bitcoin (BTC) nodes come back to normal after almost a full-swing crash in early January 2021, as per the latest data from node monitoring resource Bitnodes.
Tor-enabled Bitcoin Nodes Are Back to Normal Following a Full-swing Crash
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Data: Ethereum Exceeds Bitcoin in Node Count

Ethereum's node count reaches 11,259, exceeding Bitcoin by over 100, as a result of a surge of validators awaiting ETH 2.0.
Data: Ethereum Exceeds Bitcoin in Node Count
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A Version of Bitcoin's Lightning Has Unknown Vulnerability

Newly discovered potential exploits affect older versions of Lightning Network Daemon software, said Lightning Labs.
A Version of Bitcoin's Lightning Has Unknown Vulnerability
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Controversial new proposal would forgive 'slashed' Polkadot validator

Some are concerned the proposal could set a dangerous precedent.
Controversial new proposal would forgive 'slashed' Polkadot validator
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NEAR Protocol Enlists Bison Trails for Validator Support as It Heads Toward Full Mainnet

Bison Trails will help host the NEAR Protocol's early validator set, currently consisting of over 150 nodes including some 40 of the project's investors.
NEAR Protocol Enlists Bison Trails for Validator Support as It Heads Toward Full Mainnet
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Bitcoin Blockchain Grows to 300 Gigabytes in Size

The size of Bitcoin's whole network - which full nodes need to synchronize - has reached a new milestone.
Bitcoin Blockchain Grows to 300 Gigabytes in Size
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OpenEthereum Supported 50% of Ethereum Classic Nodes. Now It's Leaving the Project

Two of Ethereum Classic's largest clients are walking away from the project. That leaves only 30% of the network to support future updates.
OpenEthereum Supported 50% of Ethereum Classic Nodes. Now It's Leaving the Project
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Rushed Upgrade Made 12% of Ethereum Clients Unusable

Some Parity and OpenEthereum users are stuck between a bugged client and a months-long resync.
Rushed Upgrade Made 12% of Ethereum Clients Unusable
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EU Outlines Tech Specs for Nodes in Its Blockchain Services Testnet

Participating member states can stage their testnet nodes on hardware with specs roughly equivalent to a PC gamer's tower.
EU Outlines Tech Specs for Nodes in Its Blockchain Services Testnet
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