Donald McIntyre is among the few most prominent contributors to the development of the Turing Complete based platform, Ethreum, which is still under progress.
Ethreum Classic provides an opportunity for building and development of decentralized applications. McIntyre has published a blog in which he recalls a conversation between the company developers.
According to the post by McIntyre, a call was held between the developers of ETC for discussing the proposed upgrade that was briefed in the ETC improvement proposal some feared was incompatible and would reduce the performance of the platform.
Among the main modifications suggested during the conference call were:
- Adding many Byzantium ETH virtual machine operation codes
- Making amendments to the method of transaction receipt processing
- Making amendments to the difficulty adjusting process of ETC
Some of the major topics covered on the call were as follows:
- Core developers of ETC have mentioned the 6 modifications in Atlantis hard fork that is up for discussion throughout the ETH community
- It was suggested that the hard fork be used on block 8,750,000
- Zac Mitton, a developer, made recommendations to analyze the risk factor in the state trie clearing as a means of representing it since it does not have any effect on the compatibility with ETH.
A few other topics of significance that were shared during the call were the statements by Nick Sawinyh when he said that there would be no changes in the mining rules.
Other than that, an agreement has been reported which stated that the Atlantis hard fork will be given support by the platform.