And ETH value continues to rise, what am i missing?
Three weeks and counting ...
That's how long it's been since a mishap by ethereum wallet provider Parity saw $160 million in cryptocurrency code frozen, and still no solution has been pursued to free up the funds. But that's not to say discussions aren't ongoing on how to return the cryptocurrency to its rightful owners.
At times heated, an escalating debate is developing on public chat channels about how to best correct the issue, and more notably, how to avoid resetting the history of the entire ethereum blockchain in what amounts to a network-wide software update to do so.
Hosted on GitHub, one public channel that has seen notable activity was created by ethereum's developer team to discuss proposals for reviving ether stuck in smart contracts. (Lost assets of this type occur with some frequency, such as when users send funds to non-existent wallets.)