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Constantinople Hardfork expected to go live January / End of January !

In the Ethereum Dev call from 19.10.18 the consensus was to delay the Hardfork deployment from End of November to January or end of January.

Reasons for that were the still ongoing tests , especially the manual tests that are not completed yet. Also the release of the client is planned to be a month before the Hardfork goes live on the mainnet and not like in past Hardforks right before mainnet release.

The Ethereum devs feel like not putting pressure for a earlier release, but having a thoroughly tested and planned Hardfork deployment.

What’s your opinion on the delay?

Source: https://youtu.be/5Q67tmkZ5So

EDIT: Updated YouTube link

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