Ether (ETH) is the native cryptocurrency for Ethereum, a blockchain platform designed for executing smart contracts
The Ethereum Merge is set to take place sometime around mid-September. Here’s what you should know about this upgrade.
This leaves Ethereum developers with one last hurdle to clear before the final rollover from proof of work to proof of stake.
The current reduction in fees can be attributed mainly to the current bear market, which has led to a drop in activity on the network.
Ethereum developers have again upgraded the network to push back the so-called difficulty bomb.
Ethereum delays Difficulty Bomb for PoW miners so numbers can be “sanity checked” before the full Merge launch in August.
With the Merge set for an August deadline, staked Ethereum has hit a new all-time high ahead of its PoS upgrade.
Ethereum’s POS merge test to take place in June.
Ethereum’s ‘Merge’ is almost upon us, with a launch slated for Q2 of this year. With this in mind, we’ve prepared an FAQ thread to help answer all of the burning questions.
In a Reddit post on the Ethereum subreddit Vitalik Buterin, Ethereum’s Founder, has outlined some security considerations for Ethereum and layer 2 protocols. Layer 2s are designed to reduce network congestion for Ethereum (which is a layer 1), allowing some transactions to be settled separately that runs on top of Ethereum’s
The Ethereum Foundation has scrapped the former naming conventions of its Ethereum upgrade from ETH 2.0 to Consensus Layer citing the need to avoid future confusion post-upgrade.