About Classic in Orbit

This is a blog mainly about Ethereum and Ethereum Classic. I write down ideas and progress about Ethereum development.

The Author

Wei Tang (@sorpaas) is a Rust developer currently working at Parity Technologies.


Below are some useful Ethereum projects.

  1. Cross-Ethereum Specification Repository

    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.

  2. multi-geth

    A distribution of go-ethereum with support of multiple Ethereum-like blockchains.

    Fork of go-ethereum that applies a simple patch to support multiple blockchains.


Posts in this series.

  1. Extending the Ethoxy Initiative

    May 5, 2018

    A New Project called multi-geth

  2. SputnikVM Integration and Chainsplit Monitoring

    December 10, 2017

    Parity, go-ethereum and SputnikVM

  3. Parity Multisig Hack and Ethereum Classic

    November 7, 2017

    Is Ethereum Classic Vulnerable to Parity Multisig Hack?

  4. Mining FAQs: Timestamp and Orphan Rate

    October 29, 2017

    Common Problems for Mining in Ethereum Classic

  5. SputnikVM, the Rux Microkernel, and Embedded Devices

    October 17, 2017

    Running SputnikVM on the Rux microkernel using Rust's no_std feature.

  6. Safely Detecting Gas Price Reduction in Non-HF Precompiled Contracts

    September 25, 2017

    The non-hard-fork approach to precompiled contracts, the second part.

  7. On Adding Precompiled Contracts without Hard Forks

    September 14, 2017

    The non-hard-fork approach to precompiled contracts, the first part.

  8. Parallel Transaction Execution in SputnikVM

    September 7, 2017

    Executing multiple transactions in a MapReduce-like fashion.

  9. Building Your Own Ethereum Classic Client: Part I

    September 5, 2017

    The revolution will not be centralized, the first part.

  10. Burn Money on an Ethereum Blockchain

    July 4, 2017

    Using the SUICIDE opcode to make Ether magically disappear.

  11. Receiver Restricted Contract

    July 1, 2017

    A simple contract that only allows money to be sent to some specific addresses.