ETC Core calls on miners to use whitelist identification to jointly defend against malicious attackers

ETC Core tweeted to call on miners to use whitelist identification (10935623=0x5cb67b046d3402906051d99323c3ce78728b305e2ab2ebf2112f3a7e7dca4f92) to jointly defend against malicious attackers. Chain Wen previously reported that on August 1, the attacker spent only 17.5 BTC on the entire ETC network for a 12-hour attack, making a total of over 800,000 ETC. Today, ETC encountered another cyber attack, which has led to the reorganization of more than 4,000 blocks. Ethereum Classic officially recommends that all exchanges, mining pools and other ETC service providers significantly increase the transaction confirmation time for all deposits and receipts.