Latest ETH 2.0 News

  • Cardano Gains Momentum as Ethereum 2.0 Release Continues to Stall
    Cardano Gains Momentum as Ethereum 2.0 Release Continues to Stall
    Ethereum co-founder, Vitalik Buterin, recently appeared on the Hashing It Out podcast to discuss the latest developments with Ethereum.
  • Vitalik Buterin Says Ethereum Will Scale to 100,000 Transactions per Second
    Vitalik Buterin Says Ethereum Will Scale to 100,000 Transactions per Second
    Vitalik Buterin says Ethereum is gearing up to supercharge its throughput as developers continue to work on the long-awaited ETH 2.0 update.
  • ETH Scalability Isn’t Going to Be an Issue Soon, Suggests Vitalik Buterin
    ETH Scalability Isn’t Going to Be an Issue Soon, Suggests Vitalik Buterin
    Ethereum 2.0 will eventually facilitate up to approximately 100,000 transactions per second. Ethereum expects boosted transactions per second, or TPS, as the network shifts toward the long-awaited Ethereum 2.0, or ETH 2.0, according to Etheruem co-founder Vitalik Buterin.  Vitalik says the transition will not be instant "ETH2 scaling for data will be available before ETH2 scaling for general computation," Ethereum Buterin said in a June 30 tweet. "This implies that rollups will be the dominant scaling paradigm for at least a couple of years: first ~2-3k TPS with ETH1 as data layer, then ~100k TPS with ETH2 (phase 1)," he noted, adding — "Adjust accordingly." Essentially, Buterin said the network will not instantly transition into Ethereum 2.0.
  • Latest Eth 2.0 Testnet on Track for June Launch
    Latest Eth 2.0 Testnet on Track for June Launch
    Ethereum 2.0 developers agreed in a call to move up the launch of a milestone 0.12 testnet to Monday, to ensure all engineers are on deck for the genesis block. The latest Ethereum 2.0 testnet iteration, Altona, is scheduled to release on Monday, June 29. As discussed in the Eth 2.0 developers call on June 25, the new testnet is “basically ready to go” and is only being delayed to ensure all developers are on hand during the launch. Afri Schoedon, a developer who coordinated all previous testnet launches, explained that a minimum number of deposits was reached to jumpstart Altona.  Irregularities in some deposits created “a situation where [...] we technically had a genesis event,” Schoedon said.
  • Ethereum Update Indicates 2.0 Still Coming Along
    Ethereum Update Indicates 2.0 Still Coming Along
    Ethereum's blog shows ETH 2.0 still chugging along with developments. A recent post on Ethereum's blog shows the network's version 2.0 is still coming, noting several developments since its last update. "Aside from written updates [...] and other public summaries, client teams, contributors, and community members/prospective-validators have been busy," said a June 23 post on the Ethereum blog. Ethereum 2.0 still en route A long time coming, Ethereum 2.0, or ETH 2.0, still has not yet gone live with the network's transition into proof-of-stake, or PoS, consensus.  The network's blog posted its 12th ETH 2.0 update recently, stating a team hard at work.
  • Money Reimagined: Ethereum’s Renaissance Creates an Opportunity – And a Major Test
    Money Reimagined: Ethereum’s Renaissance Creates an Opportunity – And a Major Test
    With DeFi and ETH-backed stablecoins booming, and the ETH 2.0 scaling upgrade imminent, the Ethereum community is gaining near-unstoppable momentum.
  • The Zcash Privacy Tech Underlying Ethereum’s Transition to Eth 2.0
    The Zcash Privacy Tech Underlying Ethereum’s Transition to Eth 2.0
    Ethereum’s consensus algorithm is not the only thing changing with the launch of Eth 2.0.
  • Mysterious ETH 2.0 Staking Solution Author Claims No Pursuit of Glory
    Mysterious ETH 2.0 Staking Solution Author Claims No Pursuit of Glory
    Recent comments from anonymous Ethereum 2.0 staking solution creator heyheeyheeey show his desire for continued anonymity.
  • Six Crypto Heavyweights Join ETH 2.0 Staking Trial
    Six Crypto Heavyweights Join ETH 2.0 Staking Trial
    ConsenSys has announced that six top crypto firms will receive early access to its ETH 2.0 staking platform. Six high-profile crypto firms will participate in an ETH 2.0 staking pilot project using the ConsenSys Codefi platform. On June 17, ConsenSys tweeted that cryptocurrency exchanges Binance and Crypto.com, digital asset custody providers Trustology, Matrixport, and Huobi Wallet, and investment firm DARMA Capital would receive early access to an ETH 2.0 staking pilot thorough its decentralized finance Codefi platform. Increasing excitement for ETH 2.0 The move comes amid increasing excitement for the long-awaited ETH 2.0, which will integrate a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism into Ethereum (ETH).  The rollout will see a network of validators receive fees in exchange for securing the Ethereum network.