The Merge Is Done. What’s Next for the Ethereum Ecosystem?You heard it from Vitalik first: “Merge, Surge, Verge, Purge, Splurge”. Here are the next biggest upgrades coming to Ethereum now that the Merge is over.
Ethereum Blockchain Eliminates 99.99% of its Carbon Footprint Overnight After a Successful Merge According to New ReportA new report from CCRI (Crypto Carbon Ratings Institute), commissioned by ConsenSys, reveals that the transition from Proof of Work to Proof of Stake has reduced the electricity consumption and carbon footprint of the Ethereum network by over 99.988 % and 99.992%, respectively.
Hyperledger Besu Execution Client Setup Guide Ahead of the MergeWith the Merge on the horizon, here is the latest release of Hyperledger Besu guide to run your execution client software.
The Latest Release of Hyperledger Besu Helps Test The Merge On Any PlatformThe latest release of Hyperledger Besu is ready for any staking setup with native support for Intel x86 on Mac, Linux, Windows, Mac M1, and Linux on ARM 64.
The Ethereum Community Needs You To Test The MergeThe Merge is fast-approaching and testing on the Kiln testnet is in full swing. Even if you are not technical, there are ways you can contribute to the testing required before the merge (and get rewarded).
Test Staking Ahead Of The Merge With Improved Bonsai Tries State StorageLearn how we’re improving Hyperledger Besu with new features like Bonsai Tries State Storage to support Proof of Stake infrastructure
How Proof of Stake Will Make ETH Ultra-Sound MoneyA deep dive with Merge devs and researchers from Devconnect on how Proof of Stake will make ETH ultra-sound money
Formal Verification of Ethereum 2.0 Part 1: Fixing the Array-Out-of-Bound Runtime ErrorFormal Verification of Ethereum 2.0 Part 1 explores how to locate, understand, and fix a subtle array-out-of-bound runtime error within the state transition component.
Devs Behind The Merge: Sajida Zouarhi, Besu Product LeadThis blog is part of the Devs Behind The Merge Series where we feature the ConsenSys core devs who’ve contributed to the Ethereum merge in their own words.