Ethereum developers will attend a final Ethereum 2.0 Ã ¢ Â ?? Â ?? dress rehearsalÃÂ ?? Â ?? after the first, Spadina, failed due to Ã ¢ Â ?? Â ?? critical peering issues, Ã ¢ Â ?? Â ?? Ã ?? Â Ethereum Foundation researcher Danny Ryan said in a tweet on Wednesday
- The second test network called Zinken will start on October 12th at 12:00 UTC.
- Ryan said he was primarily looking for a clean client release process and minimal headache for users. with prongs.
- The dress rehearsal testnets were created to give Ethereum stakers another practice run to move Ether (ETH) into the Eth 2.0 deposit contract, a necessary step before the new blockchain can start operating.
- Due to Ã ¢ Â ?? Â ?? configuration parametersÃ ¢ Â ?? Â ?? with Prysmatic LabsÃ ¢ Â ??? Â ?? Prysm customer said the team in an autopsy.
- Â ?? Â ?? We’re lagging behind when it comes to taking Spadina seriously, having a detailed checklist, and overall having a release ready before the Genesis event, Ã ¢ Â ?? Â ?? said the crew.
- Ryan added that the dress rehearsal load had dipped unfavorably towards Prysm, which occupied the lion’s share of Testnet users.
- The same problem Ã ¢ Â ??? Â ??? Stakers who prefer Prysm to the other four available Eth 2.0 clients ¢ Â ?? Â ?? also presented itself during the Medalla-Testnet in August.
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