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Ethereum 2.0

    My company needs an enterprise-grade Eth2 client.

    For engineers who want to install an Eth2 client directly, Teku is ConsenSys’ full Ethereum 2.0 client built to meet institutional needs and security requirements.

    My company wants to stake our own ETH, or offer Eth2 staking services to our clients.

    For businesses that want to stake their own or their customers’ ETH without running their own validator infrastructure, Codefi Staking provides a solution for institutions and enterprises.

    I want to learn how to stake ETH and run my own validator.

    For retail users who want to learn how to run their own validator software, check out Codefi Activate to access the official Ethereum Foundation Launchpad.

    I want the latest Eth2 Beacon Chain data to run validators and get analysis.

    For developers who need a reliably hosted Beacon Chain API for Ethereum 2.0, the Infura API offers the most reliable data from the Beacon Chain network. 

The Ethereum 2.0 Beacon Chain is here. Now what?

A massive new structure is being built alongside Ethereum. The core of this structure is the Beacon Chain, which reforms the consensus model from Proof of Work to Proof of Stake.

The Ethereum 2 0 Beacon Chain is here  Now what

Eth2 Phase 0 Deposit Contract Address

The first phase of Ethereum 2.0 has arrived! Phase 0, as it’s called, will launch the beacon chain, which establishes and maintains the proof-of-stake consensus mechanism. We’ve created this page so that validators can verify the correct address to deposit ETH to the beacon chain on Ethereum 2.0.

Eth2 Phase 0 Deposit Contract Address

A Guide to ConsenSys' Eth2 Products

No matter if you are a hobbyist wanting to run your own infrastructure or an institution wanting to provide staking services to clients, we’ve likely got a solution for you. 

A Guide to ConsenSys  039  Eth2 Products

Ethereum 2.0 FAQ

A list of Ethereum 2.0 FAQs, including Proof of Stake, the Beacon Chain, staking & validating services, additional resources, and more – for both technical and non-technical audiences.

Ethereum 2 0 FAQ

What is Ethereum 2.0?

Expected to launch in 2020, Ethereum 2.0 marks a long-anticipated upgrade to the Ethereum public mainnet. Learn what it’s about, and prepare for the next phase of development.
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What is Proof of Stake?

Ethereum 2.0 will bring the move from Proof of Work to Proof of Stake. Proof of Stake offers unique revenue-generating capabilities to ETH holders.

What is Proof of Stake

What Happens to My ETH on Ethereum 2.0?

Ethereum 2.0 is launching in 2020. And no, you don’t need to do anything with the ETH you’ve bought over the years.
What Happens to My ETH on Ethereum 2 0
Insight Report

Download the Eth 2.0 Staking Ecosystem Report

A user report on the landscape of existing ether holders and their intentions, preferences, motivations, and pain points regarding staking on the Ethereum 2.0 network.

Download the Eth 2 0 Staking Ecosystem Report

Ethereum 2.0 Glossary

A summary of key terms and definitions relating to Ethereum 2.0 and staking on the beacon chain in 2020 and beyond.

Ethereum 2 0 Glossary

What's New in Eth2?

The latest in Ethereum 2.0 updates and developments, regularly published by Ben Edgington.

What  039 s New in Eth2
  • Eth2 Calculator
    Eth2 Calculator

    How much ETH would you be rewarded by being a validator on the Ethereum 2.0 Beacon Chain network in 2020? We’ve built a calculator to answer just that question.

  • A Short History of Ethereum
    A Short History of Ethereum

    Need to know a bit more about where we came from to know where we’re heading? Check out this brief history of Ethereum for an overview of previous planned and unplanned upgrades and hard forks.

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  • The Ethereum 2 0 Beacon Chain Explained
    The Ethereum 2.0 Beacon Chain Explained

    Everything you need to know about shards, staking validators, attestations, committees, checkpoints, and finality.

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