- A rebrand is on the way for Ethereum Classic as the Ethereum Classic Labs Core has just changed.
- Stevan Lohja said that ETC Labs Core has changed to ETC Core.
- Lohja revealed that this change would help the firm to split itself off from ETC Labs.
- Lohja wrote in a separate bold published last week about the Agharta hard fork and the final plans for the update.
The author of the blog post and coordinator for ETC Core technology, Stevan Lohja said that ETC Labs Core has changed to ETC Core. Lohja revealed that this change would help the firm to split itself off from ETC Labs, which one of the initial incubators that supported new and exciting projects on the Ethereum Classic blockchain.
As per the brief post:
“ETC Labs Core has rebranded to ETC Core. We operate in the same Github organization and are extremely grateful that ETC Labs continues to support our team to contribute value to Ethereum Classic and the broader EthereumStack communities. This rebrand will help differentiate our operations and emphasize our purpose.”
Lohja wrote in a separate blog published last week about the Agharta hard fork and the final plans for the update.
Developers and stakeholders on ETC all agreed on a target block number for mainnet activation and a test net period for review for greater assurance.
“Core developers agreed to activate Agharta on mainnet at block 9_573_000 which is expected around Jan. 15, 2020.” He said. “Assuming all testnets are running smoothly or any needed configurations are made, then Agharta will proceed to Accepted status, and Final when activated on mainnet across clients.”
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