Ethereum Devs Call Mainnet Shadow Fork a 'Huge Success', Propose Fixes for Bugs

Ethereum (ETH) developers have described the first-ever shadow fork, designed to stress-test developers' assumptions on existing testnets and the mainnet, as successful. While several bugs and issues were found, the devs were quick to propose fixes.


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