Ethereum 2.0 Completed Merger Spec

The Specification for a Complete Transition to a Stake Proof (PoS) known as The Merger was finalized by Ethereum 2.0.


"The eth 2.0 now has a specification on the consensus (a.k.a. eth2) side," stated Tim Beiko, the Ethereum 1,0 coordinator.



He claimed the document "began as a markdown file and grew progressively to the current definition for python execution."

They may use the same method for eth 1 that is normally guided by opcodes through core EIPs.

Through Remote Procedure Call (RPC), consensus has to be delegated to the Eth 2 client with various prototypes displayed back in 2019.

However, at least for eth 2, this has already reached a more official level. Some people think that the merger may take place early next year.

Ehereum shall eliminate miners that do not get around 15,000 a day following the merger, since eth would operate on the basis of the staked amounts.

In addition, tomorrow releases the first testnet for EIP1559, which reduces the basic cost and doubles the capacity of this update.

Additional test networks should be followed by etheric developers who apparently start providing code after years of labor.

 

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