Ethereum PoS Upgrade Completes Sepolia Trial, Ethereum Upgrade Completes Sepolia Trial

Ethereum, one of the leading blockchain networks, has gone one step further for the upgrade. This proof-of-stake (PoS) upgrade is being called Merge. It has completed a trial on the public test network Sepolia. With this, the developers of Ethereum are expected to launch the upgrade soon. It’s already too late for this project.

The Sepolia testnet will be monitored for the next few days. “Sepolia will be the second of three public testnets for Merge,” the Ethereum developers explained in a blog post. These tests will help developers understand how the network will perform after the upgrade. Stringent tests are being done related to the upgrade of Ethereum as more than $100 billion of decentralized finance (decentralized finance) is being used on this blockchain.DeFi) apps are supported.

Merge was supposed to launch a few years back but it has been delayed several times. However, people associated with the market now expect it to be launched soon. Polymarket, which offers the opportunity to bet with Stablecoins on the happening of upcoming events, has 67 percent bets on this upgrade by October and about 13 percent by September. The Ethereum Foundation said on its website that this could happen by the third or fourth quarter of the current year. The delay in upgrade is also affecting the price of Ether. The second-largest cryptocurrency by value has fallen from $3,500 in April to nearly $1,200.

The upgrade may also bring relief to investors in the crypto derivative token called stETH. Developers are recoding Ethereum’s mining protocol from its current ‘Proof of Work’ (PoW) model to ‘Proof of Stake’ (PoS). This upgrade Ethereum’s electricity consumption is expected to drop by up to 99 percent. Ethereum miners have to use large server farms to order transactions on the blockchain, resulting in higher electricity consumption and increased carbon emissions. One estimate stated that the electricity usage of one Ethereum transaction is equivalent to 1,40,893 Visa credit card transactions. <!–


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