As development on Ethereum 2.0 moves forward, many users have been wondering about the current state of the project. One recent concern has been the announcement of Dothereum, a competing blockchain from ex-Ethereum developer Afri Schoedon. This has raised questions about whether vital team members are leaving Ethereum.
Fortunately, Vitalik Buterin, the creator of Ethereum, has reassured concerned users that the Ethereum team is “larger and broader than you think.” Buterin noted that teams such as Prysmatic Labs and Lighthouse Labs, both of which are developing clients for Ethereum 2.0, are working “right on schedule.”
Many other Ethereum 2.0 teams are working diligently as well, according to Buterin. “When you’re making a bet on the Ethereum ecosystem, it’s those silent armies you are betting on,” he says. Buterin also added that recent governance issues have not delayed the progress of Ethereum 2.0 “by a single day.”
It is still not clear exactly when Ethereum 2.0 will go live, although it is generally…