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Joseph Lubin of ConsenSys discusses Ethereum 2.0 stating it will “Devour“ the network

Joseph Lubin of ConsenSys discusses Ethereum 2.0 stating it will “Devour“ the network

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  • Joseph Lubin contributor to Ethereum and founder of ConsenSys recently spoke during the Ethereum in the enterprise Asia-Pacific 2020 conference this week. 
  • During the conference, he predicted that Ethereum 2.0 is going to “devour“ the network in the short term.

Joseph Lubin contributor to Ethereum and founder of ConsenSys recently spoke during the Ethereum in the enterprise Asia-Pacific 2020 conference this week. During the conference, he predicted that Ethereum 2.0 is going to “devour“ the network in the short term.

He said:

“People in the know around the ecosystem are very optimistic about how fast things could unfold, as the really complicated work has been done in launching Phase 0.”

Joseph went on to say that the rollout of Ethereum 2.0 is “proceeding in parallel”. Essentially, this means that upgrades to the network could come quicker than many people are predicting.

He added:

“It is very likely will get a tremendous amount of data availability in the form of shards, as well as move lots of the important functionality from Ethereum 1 to Ethereum 2.0, and essentially see Ethereum 2.0 absorb Ethereum 1 in the not too distant future.”

Furthermore, he went on to predict that the next phase for 2.0 will become live in up to 12 months from now adding that the coming increasing amount of data availability will give way for layer two networks which will help them massively increase the amount of transactions per second that can be offered.

“Essentially Ethereum 2.0 represents a massive increase in scalability, so we’re already achieving tremendous scalability with layer-two networks.”

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