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Valid Points: SEC Probes DeFi, Gas Fees Stabilize
Also: The rise of layer 2s and a comeback in total value locked (TVL) on Ethereum
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Valid Points: OpenSea, Arbitrum and Layer 1 Wars
This week in Ethereum and Eth 2.0 news.
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Valid Points: Why EIP 1559 Makes Debugging Ethereum Dapps Harder
Also: ETH is on a 12-day winning streak in the run-up to the London upgrade.
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Easier Said Than Done: Why This Change on Eth 2.0 Would Require ‘Immense’ Work
CoinDesk’s Christine Kim and Consensys’ Ben Edgington discuss the activation of EIP 1559 on Ethereum’s test network Ropsten and two potential protocol-level changes impacting Ethereum 2.0 validators.
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The Twitter Drama Around Eth 2.0’s Naming Conventions Explained
In this week’s episode, CoinDesk’s Christine Kim and Consensys’ Ben Edgington discuss why the term “validator” is a misnomer on Ethereum 2.0 and the different ways decentralization can be measured on a proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain.
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Valid Points: The Challenge of Decentralized Staking Pools on Eth 2.0
Plus: Is the term Eth 2.0 'validator' a misnomer?
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The Intersection of Eth 2.0 Validating and Cloud Computing Explained
In this week’s episode Coin Desk’s Christine Kim and Consensys Ben Edgington discuss the security and running costs of Coin Desk’s Ethereum 2 0 staking operations with special guest Coin Desk Director of Engineering Spencer Beggs They also explain the main features of Eth 2 0 s first major backwards incompatible upgrade Altair which is [...]
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Valid Points: Eth 2.0 Validators Earn Record $3M as ETH Soars Past $3K
ETH hit several new all-time price highs this past week as developers made progress with their plans to expedite the merging of Ethereum and Ethereum 2.0.
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‘When One Client Dominates’: A Case Study of the First Major Incident on Eth 2.0
What caused 70% of validators on Ethereum 2.0 to stop producing blocks on the network and the important takeaways for protocol developers in light of this event. Also, the updated roadmap for the Eth 2.0 upgrade as outlined by Vitalik Buterin in a recent presentation.
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