According to GitHub information, Multi Geth client v1.9.6 was released yesterday. This release supports ETC Constantinople and Agharta hard forks. According to the Odaily Planet Daily report, on the evening of December 12, Beijing time, ETC Core held a developer conference call to determine the height of the Agharta hard fork at 9573,000, which is expected to take place on January 15, 2020. The clients supported by this hard fork are Classic Geth, Multi Geth, Parity, Hyperledger Besu. According to the core team, Agharta will be the last ETC network version to support Classic Geth.