Coinbase, Ledger and other crypto services affected by client synchronization to Berlin Fork of Ethereum
According to Etherscan, the synchronization problem occurred at block 12.244.294 shortly after Berlin went live at block number 12.244.000. “The OpenEthereum team and core developers are aware of the synchronization issues that the OE is facing [OpenEthereum] Customers and are working to diagnose and fix, ”Etherscan said in a message posted on its website.
In the meantime, key services that appear to be affected by the synchronization problem have issued statements of possible glitches in light of the problem. In a tweet, the Gnosis team said: “[t]With the Gnosis Safe mainnet app, there may be some issues related to today’s Ethereum hard fork. “Gnosis has maintained the OpenEthereum client since Parity stopped working on the client in 2019.
The services of other companies, including BitGo and Coin Metrics, were also affected. After Istanbul in December 2019, Berlin is the fifth network upgrade in the history of Ethereum. As The Block Research recently reported, Berlin is mainly focused on lowering gas charges and allowing new types of transactions.
Ledger said that his users’ ETH account balance on the Ledger Live app may not be updated and new transactions may not be displayed due to the Berlin upgrade problem. “We have disabled ETH and ERC-20 withdrawals while investigating a potential issue with the recent network upgrade. The receipt will also be delayed, ”said Coinbase’s status page at the time of going to press.
Source www.theblockcrypto.com This is a developing story and will be updated.
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