Recently there’s been a lot of discussion around using Wasm for blockchain development. Here's what the buzz is about: The issues with current tech Ethereum pioneered the field of decentralised application platforms
Summary: A consensus issue on the public test network Ropsten has revealed a consensus vulnerability that can be triggered by a malformed transaction. Severity: Critical Product affected: Parity Ethereum client Affected versions: stable
A potential consensus issue with Parity Ethereum has been identified. Severity: Critical Product affected: Parity Ethereum client Affected versions: stable track up to 1.10.5-stable beta track: up to 1.11.2-beta
Parity 1.11 Beta is here: a faster, more extensible Ethereum client. This huge update to Parity Ethereum allows you to create encrypted contracts and transactions on-chain and warp-sync to specific blocks. Now
We are early pioneers in a new industry where software is money, and one oversight can cost millions to the very users we work so hard to support. We started Parity Technologies in 2015 with the goal to build the fastest and most secure software for Ethereum and the decentral web.
It’s easy to think of Parity Wallet UI and Parity Blockchain client as the same thing, but the wallet UI is really a DApp like any other. Many users run their node on its own or with other DApps. Since the UI and the node are two distinct units, we will soon start shipping them as such.
Parity Signer, available for iOS and Android, is an offline mobile app that securely generates and stores your private keys. Most mobile wallets connect to the internet, but Parity Signer gives you one
There’s been a lot of buzz about blockchain technology’s potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries, but most blockchains available to the public simply won't meet an industry's unique requirements
Parity Technologies is continuing its mission to develop trailblazing, next-generation technology for the decentralised web. Today, we announce the first beta release of the Parity Ethereum client version 1.10 "Opportunity"
Transaction fees on the Ethereum main network have risen to rates that are far too expensive for ÐApps to run efficiently. Decentralised initiatives such as Giveth and Swarm.City have seen their projects
Dear Ethereum communities, dear blockchain developers, dear decentralization enthusiasts: Parity Technologies is thrilled to announce the latest release: Parity 1.9 or Velocity. We’ve knuckled down and implemented a bunch of optimisation
Severity: Critical Product affected: Parity Wallet (multi-sig wallets) Summary: A vulnerability in the Parity Wallet library contract of the standard multi-sig contract has been found. Affected users: Users with assets in a multi-sig
PICOPS (Parity ICO Passport Service) is a new service, created and hosted by Parity Technologies which enables members of the public worldwide to associate a single Ethereum address with their unique identity; more
The Parity Bitcoin client (pbtc), released in April this year, is a full-node implementation of the Bitcoin protocol written in Rust. Our team is thrilled to announce its recent upgrade that includes support
Severity: Critical Product affected: Parity Wallet Affected implementations: Parity 1.5 or later Summary: A vulnerability in Parity Wallet's variant of the standard multi-sig contract has been found. Affected users: Any user with
GRIEFING THE NETWORK Recent blog posts have highlighted a previously noted issue with the type of transaction-blocking that the soft fork uses to freeze access to the DAO's funds. Namely that any transaction
Condition-Orientated Programming (COP) is a hybrid approach between functional and imperative programming. Done properly it is a tool in your arsenal for writing safe, secure contracts. It helps make your contract code comprehensively
To look at Ethereum social media today you might think that we had somehow been invaded by some obscure political subreddit. Words like ‘principles’, ‘ideologies’, and ‘zealotry’ are being thrown around. It has
Two days ago a flaw was spotted in the contract code of theDAO - specifically a recursive call issue that exists in the function withdrawRewardFor. https://forum.daohub.org/t/bug-discovered-in-mkr-token-contract-also-affects-thedao-would-allow-users-to-steal-rewards-from-thedao-by-calling-recursively/4947/7
So it has been around 7 weeks since the 0.9 prerelease of Parity, which demonstrated the fastest and lightest fully compliant Ethereum block processing engine available. Now, about a week after expected,
So with the latest benchmarks (available to see at parity.io), it's clear Parity has head and shoulders the fastest and lightest Ethereum block processing engine amongst the available clients. But aside from
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