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Prysmatic Labs Releases the First Ethereum 2.0 Web User Interface


btcmanager.com 2020-10-13 13:20
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Prysmatic Labs, the team behind the Prysm client and the builder of the technical infrastructures in the Ethereum blockchain, has released the first iteration of the Eth2 web user interface on GitHub as per an update on Oct 12. 

ETH2 User Interface is Out

In a notice, Prysmatic Labs is , nonetheless, urging users to pay close attention to flags and startups warnings. Should they arise, the team reassures network users of their deprecation in the next update when Prysm transitions into beta in preparation for the first mainnet release at an unspecified date.

The implementation, in Go programming language, points to the steady development towards Eth2. It also goes to highlight Prysmatic Labs’ objective of rolling out better tooling that directly boosts the adoption of Ethereum-based solutions.

Although the Genesis date remains tentative with speculations that it may launch in the next few weeks, at the latest by early Q1 2021, the launch of this web user interface suggests launch maybe sooner than later.

Eyes on the Zinken Testnet

At the moment, Zinken is open for test staking after the first phase of its two-stage preparation ahead of today’s testing began.

According to Danny Ryan, a developer with the Ethereum Foundation, the Zinken testnet will iron-out issues from Spadina. 

Specifically, hitches were traced back to Prysm clients resulting in a long wait to finality, confusion, and low participation as per Ryan’s explanation

In an incident report, Prysmatic Labs said their clients were not properly updated to support Spadina leading to “invalid deposits for anyone who created a wallet with Prysm and tried to deposit using the deposit data from their created accounts.”

Still, both tests are dress rehearsals. They are among the last test networks before the Genesis date of the Beacon Chain mainnet is set. 

Whether developers will decide to launch the critical phase, the foundation of Eth2 this year or the next largely depends on the success of the Zinken. 

Its success will set the foundation for the first phase of the three-stage rollout of Eth2, addressing scalability issues currently plaguing the Ethereum mainnet.

Ahead of the Beacon Chain mainnet launch, BTCManagerreported of Ethereum Foundation’s plans of building a security team just in-case there are unexpected challenges during staking.


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