Recently, an enthusiast of cryptocurrency and Twitterati have contacted Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum, to inform him of the "major changes" that have taken place in the Ethereum Foundation in the last 15 months.
The Twitterati raised the question after Buterin released a tweet stating that Ethereum has undergone a great deal of change over the last 15 months. In a previous post, Buterin also said that the foundation could continue to survive without him.
In response to the Twitterati post, Buterin proposed 4 points to explain developments in space. According to him, the difference is very obvious. He wrote:
"1. Casper / sharding spec roughly finished, now being refined.
2. 4+ implementations of well-established specifications.
3. Many well-established plasma implementations.
4. Level 2 scalability and privacy based on well-established ZK-SNARK. It's a difference day and night since 2017. "
A Twitterhamed grahammcbain replied to Buterin's tweet:
"Incredibly exciting time to be here."
In recent months, several development teams such as Sigma Prime, Prysmatic Labs, Rocket Pool, Status and PegaSys have worked hard to develop Casper customers and sharding, since Vitalik has announced the "vision of Ethereum 2.0".
A few days earlier, Prysmatic Labs announced the release of the demo version of Sharding Client, Prysm v0.0.0. The Sigma Prime & # 39; s Lighthouse project, published last month, has seen a lot of progress over the past two weeks.
According to the developers of Rocket Pool, Ethereum 2.0 has the potential to build new economic systems and become a center of global collaboration. The project is not developed by a single company and is said to be decentralized on many levels.
The community of Ethereum is also preparing for the hard fork of Constantinople that is said to come after the event Ethereum Devcon 4. The hard fork that hit Ropsten Testnet in October suffered a delay of 5 days due to the recently encountered Ethereum virtual machine [EVM] Denial of service [DoS] vector attack.
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