IOHK and Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson Informs Mantis Fully Supports Ethereum


Charles Hoskinson, the Founder of IOHK announced on Twiter that Mantis now fully supports Ethereum (ETH).

This is something that that is very important for both the Ethereum and Ethereum Classic (ETC) communities. The announcement related to ETC Mantis was first announced in 2017. Now, this client was created from scratch with the Scala programming language.

The intention behind Mantis is to have an Ethereum Classic client built from the ground up. The Team Grothendieck has been working on this client. According to the official GitHub page, the release of Mantis has been focused on improving general performance and also introducing full Ethereum network support. The version has already been tested on Windows and macOS before being released.

Additionally, those users that want to give feedback can do it through the Ethereum Classic Forum.

This release offers support for CPU mining, peer discovery, fast sync and many other things such as Modern and Ropsten testnets and private network. Interested users can always check the official GitHub page to know more about the CLI 2.0 Release.

Ethereum is the third largest digital asset in the market being traded for $116. It also has a market capitalization of $12.17 billion. Ethereum Classic (ETC) is the 18th largest cryptocurrency with a market cap of $469 million. Each ETC can be purchased for $4.36.

Charles Hoskinson is the co-founder of Ethereum and has been working with Cardano during the last few years.

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