A solution being implemented to safeguard against so-called 51% attacks on the Ethereum Classic (ETC) network may not be as secure as suggested, according to a new analysis.
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Ethereum Classic is using an idea Vitalik Buterin had in 2014 to help fend off 51% attackers.
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Regulatory compliance requirements are becoming increasingly important.
Would any well-intended miner propose a deep chain reorganization?
Will Ethereum Classic’s community accept this new solution from Charles Hoskinson’s IOHK?
Enacting such legislation effectively could be a major challenge, however.
Would a 20% block reward reduction matter in the long run?