ETH 2.0, complete with sharding and scaling, is seen as a solution to Ethereum’s current problems with network overload. But skeptics see the upcoming project as confusing and potentially harmful to the ecosystem of startups.
ETH 2.0 in Constant Flux
ETH 2.0 is still following fads, and there is no way to analyze what is coming up, commented James Prestwich, founder of Summa. In a thread, he exposed the challenges to upgrading Ethereum with multiple live projects and high uncertainty.
This tweet is not about shard block invalidation and reorganization
It's about how we cannot analyze ETH2 as a system because its proposed behavior is constantly in flux
ETH2 adapts to the latest fashions faster than we can understand its properties https://t.co/KdcXVzNCgz
— James Prestwich (@_prestwich) November 4, 2019
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