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4 Myths about Ethereum 2.0

Ethereum 2.0, a long-awaited upgrade to Ethereum, is planning to be launched this year. More than a simple update or hard fork, it is an entirely new blockchain which runs on a Proof-of-Stake system. There’s a lot of talk and speculation about Ethereum 2.0. In this post, we highlight 5 easily held misconceptions about this next stage of Ethereum.

Quantstamp Labs
June 16, 2020

Understanding Phase 0, The Current Stage of ETH 2.0 Development

Most information about ETH 2.0 development is either highly technical or excessively general. We wrote this post to clear up any confusion regarding the status of ETH 2.0 development.

Quantstamp Labs
June 3, 2020

Securing Your DeFi Project Starts with Quality Testing

Tests are undervalued. Quantstamp secured over 2 billion USD worth of digital assets since 2017. Through our experience securing smart contracts, we noticed that developers highly underestimate the importance of test suites.

Quantstamp Labs
May 18, 2020

Top 3 DeFi Trends

This post discusses how flash loans, zaps, and DeFi aggregators are leveraging composability in order to simplify the user experience and ultimately make DeFi markets hyper-efficient.

Quantstamp Labs
March 13, 2020

Breaking Bad Contracts - Ethereum Gas Updates

The recent Istanbul hard fork in December affected some important smart contracts deployed on Ethereum mainnet. Thankfully, major projects such as Kyber were prepared and migrated to new contracts before the fork, but many developers are still unaware of the impact the Istanbul hard fork may have on both smart contract development and previously deployed contracts.

Quantstamp Labs
January 28, 2020

The Benefit of Functional Test Suites

A comprehensive test suite can prevent developers from accidentally merging functionality bugs into the master branch.

Quantstamp Labs
December 13, 2019