It looks like the problems for the Ethereum blockchain network are aggravating further and further! The meeting between Ethereum developers, last Friday, concluded that the upcoming Constantinople upgrade will be postponed to early 2019. The entire meeting between the developers is recorded and published on YouTube.
Last week itself the developers agreed that the Constantinople hardfork is all set for a November release. However, after finding multiple bugs in the code released on the Ropsten testnet, the developers have now decided to postpone the mainnet release. According to the latest discussion, the Constantinople hardfork can occur sometime by late January or early February.