Shortly before the Holiday break in December, we successfully spun up a test network of 20 nodes, hosting the first 1 million block headers. T TLDR: The network behaved as intended, with nodes creating and spreading advertisements via the gossip mechanism, mirroring content to fill their storage capacity and serving
Among a dozen other initiatives, the Ethereum 2.0 teams have been working to standardize how developers can interact with beacon nodes. This effort is ongoing, but the latest specification can be found here [https://ethereum.github.io/eth2.0-APIs]. We're excited to announce that Web3.py [https://web3py.readthedocs.
[Last update: Nov. 28, 2022] So, you’ve heard about this Ethereum thing and are ready to venture down the rabbit hole? This post will quickly cover some blockchain basics, then get you interacting with a simulated Ethereum node – reading block data, checking account balances, and sending transactions. Along the