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What are the changes to EVM from Constantinople fork and later forks? [duplicate]

What are the changes to EVM from Constantinople fork and later forks? Could you tell me which commit in git? Or Could you provide a list? Thank you!
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What’s the full changelog for things which actually had been implemented by Constantinople?

It’s being said that the Constantinople hard fork is a minor one. But as far I know, this is isn’t just a miner reduction fees. They are additional things which were implemented (like a special ꜱꜱᴛᴏʀᴇ ...
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what is difference in ethereum transaction after constatanople upgrade?

I have heard that Constantinople update transverse the consensus protocol of ethereum from proof of work to proof of stake. So they claimed that this update could speed up the TPS(transaction per ...
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Geth Stopped Syncing after Constantinople

The geth node stopped syncing after the Constantinople upgrade. Highest block I see is 7280001. I did not think I need to upgrade geth, else my node will stop syncing if that is the reason. I can see ...
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How to setup constantinople fork for private ethereum chain

I am trying to add the constantinople fork to my private net with is running on geth. I have updated to latest geth, geth 1.8.23. I have stopped my current geth node running and have chnged the ...
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Constantinople gas change, reentrancy possibilities

With the new reduced fee for using SSTORE for 'dirty' storage slots, is it possible to re-enter a function from a send() or transfer() and have the contract call send() or transfer() again? Or is it ...
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Will there be any new additional changes to the Constantinople Upgrade in Feb 2019 vs the delayed one from Jan?

With the upcoming Constantinople Feb 2019 upgrade, will there be any other new changes that wasn't present in the delayed Jan 2019 upgrade? All I know is they fixed the bug they found that delayed it, ...
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Will there be an Ethereum Constantinople Fork coin and which exchanges would be supporting it?

There are reports of nodes that still haven't upgraded their Ethereum nodes and they are on the Ethereum Constantinople fork. Would a new coin exist and which exchanges have shown support for ...
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What do I do about my Ether since the 2019 Constantinople upgrade has been postponed?

With the last minute postponement of the 2019 Constantinople upgrade. What do I do about my stored Ether? And what software do I need to upgrade to if I am running Geth or Parity?
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Why was the Constantinople hard fork postponed?

The Constantinople hard fork — really a network upgrade — was scheduled to happen today (January 16) at block 7,800,000. Instead the upgrade was postponed. What are the technical reasons for the ...
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Will the Constantinopole hard fork create new coins?

Is the ethereum constantinopole hard fork going to result in extra forked coins for ethereum holders?
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What are the most notable and game changing features of the new Constantinople Ethereum upgrade? [duplicate]

The Constantinople Ethereum upgrade is a big upgrade to the network. What are some of the most notable and game changing features of this new upgrade?
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Constantinople hard fork and Ethereum based tokens

I have a question: Do we have to deposit all of our Ethereum tokens into some exchange before the Constantinople hard fork, otherwise our tokens will become worthless? Or we can leave our tokens in ...
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What changes to make in smart contract to comply with next constantinople hard fork

Constantinople hard fork in Ethereum is upcoming. So what are the changes we have to make in smart contract to comply with it? I read this: https://www.coindesk.com/ethereums-constantinople-hard-fork-...
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What are the changes to be included with Constantinople fork? [duplicate]

Recently it was announced that the next hard fork of the Ethereum network mainnet will be at block 7,080,000. From more recent estimates it will occur around 2019-01-15 18:11:20 UTC. So what are the ...
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Constantinople fork replay protection

I was wondering... Will Constantinople hard fork surely replace the current fork? Is there any chance that the Constantinople fork and the current one will co-exist? If so, any replay attack ...
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Casper, Serenity, Constantinople, Ethereum 2.0

I hear alot about the terms: Casper Serenity Constantinople Ethereum 2.0 At some point I thought that all are the same, the next release of Ethereum, but apparently there’s an upcoming fixes patches ...
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What happened in the Ropsten hardfork from Byzantium to Constantinople?

What were the consensus issues during the Constantinople hardfork in the Ropsten testnet? One noted consensus issue is: geth and parity have been in noticeable disagreement regarding block ...
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will Casper FFG be included in Constantinople hardfork?

According to recent dev meeting, Constantinople hardfork is going to happen on October 2018.
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