About Classic in Orbit
This is a blog mainly about Ethereum Classic. I write down ideas and progress about Ethereum Classic development. I mainly work on Ethereum Virtual Machine and development of full Ethereum clients.
This blog is also available on IPFS /ipns/that.world/~classic.
Wei Tang (@sorpaas) is a Rust developer currently working at ETC Dev Team.
Below are some useful projects for Ethereum Classic network.
Oxidize cross-Ethereum specifications and developments.
A repository for non-consensus-layer specifications focusing on standardization and sharing innovations and solutions between different Ethereum-compatible chains.
etcql allows users to query all the current account states on the blockchain via the GraphQL interface. It uses a pay-what-you-want subscription. Right now it only supports the Classic blockchain. Ethereum blockchain support might be added if there’s enough interest.
Available for Analysis in SQLite Format
This is the Ethereum Blockchain data archive, stored in SQLite format, available to download for analysis. It has all current account information except the storage data. Data is updated once per day and the updating service is sponsored by ETC Dev Team. If you find the data is not updating or have any question using it, please email Wei Tang.
Posts in this series.
December 10, 2017
Parity, go-ethereum and SputnikVM
November 7, 2017
Is Ethereum Classic Vulnerable to Parity Multisig Hack?
October 29, 2017
Common Problems for Mining in Ethereum Classic
October 17, 2017
Running SputnikVM on the Rux microkernel using Rust's no_std feature.
September 25, 2017
The non-hard-fork approach to precompiled contracts, the second part.
September 14, 2017
The non-hard-fork approach to precompiled contracts, the first part.
September 7, 2017
Executing multiple transactions in a MapReduce-like fashion.
September 5, 2017
The revolution will not be centralized, the first part.
July 4, 2017
Using the SUICIDE opcode to make Ether magically disappear.
July 1, 2017
A simple contract that only allows money to be sent to some specific addresses.