Mark your calendars: Ethereum’s upcoming network hard fork, Constantinople, may occur Jan. 16.

Or, it may not. Its original launch was to be in November, but problems set it back. Constantinople’s developers, during a Friday conference call, said that could always happen again. “We can just say mid-January, it doesn’t make [a] difference if we decide on a date or not. We can always postpone,” core developer Peter Szilagyi said.

Since the idea is to boost Ethereum’s performance, getting the bugs out is probably a good thing. Meanwhile, there’s always the bitcoin cash (BCHhard fork on Nov. 15 to monitor. Read more here.

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