There is a critical flaw in the Parity multi-sig wallet smart contract, and it’s potentially affecting over $100M worth of Ethereum. Here’s what’s going down right now and what you’ll want to know at a high level…

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28 replies
  1. Jimbo Jetski
    Jimbo Jetski says:

    can somebody help me. im very confused on how to access my parity private keys. not sure if i saved my utc file. have backup pass phrase need to access my private keys. cant see my ether right now, first time transfering to erc20.. sent some to parity and some to myetherwallet. please help

  2. Euquila
    Euquila says:

    "This is not an issue directly with ethereum" I respectfully disagree. Ethereum lacks modularity and the use of formal methods. Too much of the stack is exposed to the developers leading to ambiguity and developers are integrating components together that should not be. There is a MAJOR problem with ethereum right now. The only crypto that seems to realize this is Cardano if I may shill so myself.


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