We believe in ETC-ETH compatibility which was the motivation for ETC Lab’s Core ECIP-1054 network upgrade — code named Atlantis. Atlantis proposes to add support for a subset of protocol-impacting changes introduced in the Ethereum Foundation (ETH) network via the Spurious Dragon and Byzantium hard forks. Atlantis main-net implementation is proposed to occur around September 2019.
Why have Atlantis, then Agharta?
Atlantis would have included ETH Constantinople changes, but Constantinople implementation was halted on ETH last minute due to discovered security vulnerabilities. With Byzantium changes well battle tested, the inclusion of Constantinople changes is being drafted in ECIP-1056—code named Agharta. Agharta will proceed Atlantis and enable the Ethereum Foundation Constantinople and Petersburg network protocol upgrades on the Ethereum Classic network, further maximizing ETC-ETH compatibility.
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