On 18 March in Ethereum's history...

In 2022:

  • Vitalik Buterin appears on the cover of Time Magazine, giving a long interview.
  • Péter Szilágyi dispraises the increased complexity of Ethereum, calls for a stop on adding features and to start culling.
  • ETH has a bone to pick with $2813 and $2946, at ₿0.07045.

In 2021:

  • Tony Hawk performs his last Ollie 540 and offers the video as an NFT on Eternity.
  • ETH whistles to the tunes of $1834, $1783, and ₿0.03081.

In 2020:

  • Vitalik Buterin puts his view of Eth2's future into a graph.
  • ETH catches $115 and ₿0.02192 with a lasso.

In 2019:

  • Dean Eigenmann proposes an exponential decay on bug bounties for EIPs, to fix the broken social and economic incentives to wait as long as possible before reporting a bug present in a hardfork.
  • Compound shares its plans for v2: a collateral factor per asset, no need for wrapper ETH and per token governance improvements.
  • Set Protocol announces Strategy Enabled Tokens that buy the dip and sell the rip for ETH.
  • ETH calls dibs on dips at $139, or ₿0.03462.

In 2018:

  • ETH folds at $539, from ₿0.0702 to ₿0.06594.

In 2017:

  • Dark market Alphabay announces support for Ether as a payment option.
  • After working on Mastering Bitcoin, Andreas Antonopoulos realises: "The idea that Bitcoin is stale and that Ethereum will come to the rescue without stumbling on all the same milestones of growth that Bitcoin has overcome is a fiction".
  • ETH rips hodlers a new one from $46.7 to $33, or ₿0.04236 to ₿0.03399.

In 2016:

  • BlockCharge is announced, a collaboration betweenRWE and allowing to charge electric vehicles in Germany via the Ethereum blockchain.
  • ETH dressed to the nines from $11.1 to $10.8, at ₿0.02647.