Welcome to the Ethereum cat Herders’ website, the go-to place to get the latest news on upcoming Network Upgrades (Hard Forks), EIP’s, announcements and overall core developer and community coordination efforts.
Our aim is to bring the minimum amount of order that chaos needs to move Ethereum forward.
As part of the first EIP-1559 implementers’ call (summary), one of the identified next steps is to organize a community bounty for what the “send a transaction” UI would look like under either EIP-1559 or the newly proposed alternative of “Escalator Fees”. The Ethereum Cat Herders are facilitating this bounty and invite community participation for: Funding and advertising the bounty.
If you can help with either of these, please reach out to Pooja Ranjan (email@example.com) and Tim Beiko (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A video series focused on the Ethereum Improvement Proposal
You can follow everything related to Ethereum network upgrade with us.
EIP-2315: Simple Subroutines for the EVM
EIP-2537: BLS12-381 curve operations
EIP 2046: Reduced gas cost for static calls made to precompiles
EIP 2565: Repricing of the EIP-198 ModExp precompile
*Note: The Ethereum Cat Herders are not pro or anti ProgPOW. This collection of resources on ProgPOW discussion is made available for community reference purposes only. Feel free to participate in the ongoing discussion on the Fellowship of Ethereum Magician and other forums.
The Ethereum Cat Herders are a group of independent contributors serving the Ethereum community. We are here to support Ethereum developer teams by coordinating Hard Forks, monitoring EIPs, creating PM processes and retroactive reports, relaying information between teams, taking notes during All Core Devs calls and much more.
If you’re intrested to join the Ethereum Cat Herders, fill-up the onboarding form and one of the members will reach out to you.
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