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Bitcoin futures enter backwardation for the first time in a year

Risk-averse BTC derivatives traders throw in the towel after futures contracts trade below the spot market price.

Why would I not want to use intermediate representation (IR) in Solidity v0.8.13 and above?

In Solidity v0.8.13, the intermediate representation (IR) codegen feature has been brought out of the experimental stage. We can now run the compiler with –via-ir flag to enable Yul IR, which makes the compiler generate Yul code before before generating the final EVM bytecode. This has lots of benefits, like enabling powerful optimizations. For example,::Listen

In Solidity v0.8.13, the intermediate representation (IR) codegen feature has been brought out of the experimental stage. We can now run the compiler with --via-ir flag to enable Yul IR, which makes the compiler generate Yul code before before generating the final EVM bytecode.

This has lots of benefits, like enabling powerful optimizations. For example, IR makes x != 0 have the same gas cost as x > 0 (with x being an uint256).

My question is: is there a reason not to use --via-ir all the time? When would I not want to use it?

Bitcoin futures enter backwardation for the first time in a year

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