Ethereum is preparing to undergo the most significant update in its history when it shifts from Proof-of-Work (PoW) to Proof-of-Stake (PoS) as part of the long-awaited ETH 2.0 upgrade.
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Taproot is the first significant upgrade to the Bitcoin blockchain since 2017, aiming to bring improvements in privacy, security, and scalability. So what can we expect from the changes?
Most commentators agree that an inflow of corporate funding has fueled the 2021 Bitcoin (BTC) bull run. Increasingly, corporate treasurers are allocating part of their reserves to cryptocurrencies. Which firms are making the shift, and what’s behind the move?
The Ethereum 2.0 implementation, which goes by the names Eth2 and Serenity, is the most significant change to Ethereum since its genesis in 2015. Here’s the complete lowdown on what to expect.
The Berlin upgrade to Ethereum will likely happen on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, when we reach block 12 244 000. Will the long-standing issue of rising ETH gas costs be solved? TL;DR? Not yet.