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Ethereum has closed 587 wallets having 513,774.16 Ethereum (ETH) whose current price is $360.

On 24th April the majority if people voted “no” as a one week ago the parity hack wallet cancelled the proposal to restore the unsafe 587 wallets having 513,774.16 Ethereum (ETH) with them whose current price is around $360.

In July 2017 the parity was hacked with 150,000 ETH as Parity has expose the Ethereum accounts took the rights over the library became the owner of it and then self-destructing it and the Parity user named it an accident on November 2017. But again the library was set and re-played

Parity wrote a blog post in November related to what has happened and Ethereum Improvement Proposals (EIP) is working over to unblock the users funds.

ETH presented EIP-999 and written that the accounts will be open on public voting “suggests restoring the Wallet Library by a patched version to allow the owners of the dependent multi-signature wallets regain access to their assets.” EIP-999 received 330 “no” votes, 300 “yes” votes, and 9 “don’t care.”

The ETH asked one condition for voting will be on coin basis, basically it will be a coin vote those whose wallets are been affected will only vote in yes or no by signing the message the vote will decide what will be the result of this x_ETHeREAL x posted that “the reason “yes” is winning has nothing to do with community sentiment”.

If Parity has self-destructed wallet voting x_ETHeREAL_x posted that “the reason “yes” is winning has nothing to do with community sentiment”. After the hack of DAO in June 2016 of Block chain of $60 mln, the Ethereum Classic would have started to restore the wallet but as it didn’t started to restore it should return the funds so that nobody else can block it.

 

 

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