Cross-chain change and proof-of-bond community THORChain introduced it was as soon as once more “totally operational” after an outage of greater than 20 hours
In an Oct. 28 tweet, the THORChain crew stated the community was “again on-line and producing blocks” and had reenabled buying and selling. The community was halted on Oct. 27 after the crew stated a bug had brought about “non-determinism between particular person nodes.”
“Seems to be string manipulation: code was pushing a cosmos.Uint (as a substitute of a uint64) right into a string, which causes the string to get the purpose of the massive int as a substitute of the particular worth, inflicting the memo string to be totally different on totally different nodes,” stated the THORChain crew following the chain halt. “Didn’t see this in stagenet as a result of the dangerous memo by no means will get written to disk/block, as a result of it will get swapped instantly.”
The community is now totally operational after an outage of roughly 20.5 hours. Publish-mortem shall be launched subsequent week https://t.co/QxttVp6Qvy
— THORChain (@THORChain) October 28, 2022
A THORChain spokesperson instructed Cointelegraph that the chain had been halted for security causes however that it deliberate to “revert as soon as the supply of non-determinism is discovered.” Nevertheless, token-swapping platform THORSwap reported through the outage that its platform was nonetheless permitting Ethereum and ERC-20 swaps.
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Different main blockchains have reported community outages affecting customers. Solana co-founder Anatoly Yakovenko stated in September that outages — reportedly the results of low-cost transactions — had been the blockchain’s “curse,” with no less than seven since its launch in 2020.
Following experiences of the outage, the value of THORChain’s native token, RUNE (RUNE) fell from $1.57 to $1.49 — greater than 5.6% — inside 24 hours, however it has since returned to $1.55.