Citing the official crypto developers’ resource, CoinDesk reported that the Ethereum Foundation has rescheduled the transition to the Proof-Of-Stake consensus algorithm.
The Eth1 and Eth2 networks merger with the subsequent abandonment of mining as a means of transaction validation was planned for late 2021 – early 2022. Now, the developers aim to implement Proof-Of-Stake between Q1 to Q2 2022. Thus, miners receive extra time to withdraw profit from their GPU, which can adversely affect the availability of GPUs in retail.
However, staking enthusiasts shouldn’t just sit around waiting for this big day. Moreover, this is not the first time Buterin’s team has postponed it.
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