Ethereum Devs Successfully Complete Merge Shadow Fork With No ‘Client Incompatibility Issues’

Ethereum Devs Successfully Complete Merge Shadow Fork With No ‘Client Incompatibility Issues’


Next week or roughly around four days from now, The Merge is expected to be implemented and Ethereum will transition from proof-of-work (PoW) to proof-of-stake (PoS). According to Ethereum developers, prior to the Paris upgrade, programmers successfully completed the 13th and last shadow fork.

Ethereum’s 13th and Last Shadow Fork Is Complete

On Friday, social media has been abuzz with chatter about The Merge and Ethereum’s transition from PoW to PoS. Furthermore, ETH developers and the Ethereum research and engineering company Nethermind revealed the last shadow fork is now complete. Basically, a shadow fork is an upgrade applied to the existing version of Ethereum’s mainnet, and the public, in general, is unaware of the testing phase.

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So far, with the last shadow fork, ETH developers

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