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Ethereum Name Service Auctions Halted Because of a Bug

Ethereum Name Service Auctions Halted Because of a Bug
Ethereum Name Service Auctions Halted Because of a Bug

Name Service (ETN) name auctions were halted because of a bug that resulted in names being awarded to wrong users and for lower bids.

ENS’s editor Brantly Millegan announced the halt of the name auctioning service in a Medium article published on Sept. 30. He noted that most of the first auctions concluded successfully and only a few were affected by the bug. The anomalous result of some auctions had two distinct causes, one of which lies in documentation, not the software, according to Millegan.

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