Ethereum (ETH) Pushes Back Mining Freeze Once Again
(ETH) may delay further its shift to proof-of-stake, as the Berlin hard fork will most probably be used to delay the “ice age” for miners. The decision arrives once again, despite promises that ETH would not be minable very soon.
Delays to the ice age have been taken up several times since 2016, as Ethereum’s network continued to exist with only slightly tweaked conditions. Now. the intended ETH 2.0 starts looking like a promise that may not materialize any time soon.
The Berlin hard fork, scheduled for June 2020, means there is at least a year and a half until the ice age – or a new decision to delay.
As Ethereum has established itself in the crypto ecosystem, and has ad…
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