Vitalik Buterin conferma il lancio di Ethereum Merge ad agosto
Dopo una serie di rinvii da parte degli sviluppatori di Ethereum, il co-fondatore Vitalik Buterin, noto anche come "The Prince of Crypto", ha confermato che la tanto attesa Ethereum Merge potrebbe avvenire nell'agosto 2022. Parlando all'Ethereum Shanghai Summit, il team ha affermato che la rete è in procinto di passare a una catena Proof-of-Stake (POS) prima che la "bomba della difficoltà" ritardi il protocollo.
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Ethereum Dev Reveals the Merge to Ensue in August ‘If Everything Goes to Plan' - Crypto news
Preston Van Loon, a core Ethereum developer, says that the network's long-awaited switch to proof-of-stake will presumably take place in August. Devs Eye August Launch for PoS According to the latest estimates, Ethereum's long-delayed move toward PoS (proof of stake)…
Ethereum layer 2 scaling solution, Optimistic Rollups, is now live on Binance - Cryptopolitan
Binance has integrated Optimism, a Layer 2 solution that allows users to deposit ETH to the network without using the Ethereum mainnet. This is great news for Ethereum enthusiasts.
Ethereum's Merge is Due in August, Barring Any Problems - Blockonomi
The LUNA crash, the Terra disruption, and the ongoing market instability have all impacted the way people are thinking about blockchain. Despite market uncertainty, one thing is certain: Ethereum's full upgrade to Proof-of-Stake is still in the works, and the Merge is expected to take place in August if everything goes as planned.
Cloudflare to run Ethereum node experiment to help 'build a better internet' - Cointelegraph
“Cloudflare is going to participate in the research and development of the core infrastructure that helps keep Ethereum secure, fast, as well as energy-efficient for everyone,” the firm stated.
Internet Service Company Cloudflare to Run Ethereum Validator Nodes as Part of Its Web3 Focus - Bitcoin
Cloudflare, an internet services and DDoS protection company, has announced a new strategy regarding its Web3 experiments. The company revealed it will run Ethereum validator nodes as part of its commitment to help to scale the internet by using proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus technologies. This will ostensibly allow the company to access the energy efficiency and
Ethereum's popularity 'a double-edged sword' — a16z's State of Crypto Report - Cointelegraph
“Ethereum's overwhelming mindshare helps explain why its users have been willing to pay more than $15 million in fees per day on average just to use the blockchain,” a16z stated.
Web2 giant Cloudflare to run Ethereum 2.0 validator nodes - CryptoSlate
Almost 20% of all internet traffic on the planet runs through Cloudflare's infrastructure, and they are now going to be running an Ethereum Consensus Layer node by staking ETH. The post Web2 giant Cloudflare to run Ethereum 2.0 validator nodes appeared first on CryptoSlate.
Ethereum Whales Pick Up Chainlink and Three Additional DeFi Altcoins As Crypto Markets Stabilize: WhaleStats - The Daily Hodl
The largest Ethereum (ETH) whales in existence are accumulating decentralized oracle network Chainlink (LINK) and a collection of decentralized finance (DeFi) altcoins as the crypto markets show signs of stability. According to blockchain tracker WhaleStats, the top 100 Ethereum whales are currently most interested in three stablecoins and over a half dozen altcoins, with Chainlink The post Ethereum Whales Pick Up Chainlink and Three Additional DeFi Altcoins As Crypto Markets Stabilize: WhaleStats appeared first on The Daily Hodl.
Ethereum finds a local bottom but these levels can save your portfolio - AMBCrypto
Disclaimer: The findings of the following analysis are the sole opinions of the writer and should not be considered investment advice Ethereum saw a fall in gas prices, likely prompted by a decline in DeFi usage. The much-anticipated Merge was not likely to rescue Ethereum from bearish jaws on the price charts just yet.
L1 Ethereum Network Fees Drop to Levels Not Seen in Over 2 Months, L2 Fees Follow - Bitcoin
Ethereum network fees have dropped a great deal this week, sliding under $10 per transaction to levels not seen since March 10, 2022. On May 17, the average ethereum transfer fee is 0.0027 ether or $5.68 per transaction. The cheaper fees on layer one (L1) have made it so layer two (L2) fees have been