Here’s what we knew: Ethereum (ETH) executed the Berlin hardfork last month. Here’s what we didn’t know: it came with a solution that lowered the risk of a major DoS attack, looming over the network for more than a year and a half.
According to the May 18 post written by Ethereum developer Péter Szilágyi and the Security Lead at the Ethereum Foundation Martin Holst
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