Onix, one of the networks of test ETH 2.0 more popular, it registers approximately 29,000 validators.
Customers Prysm, Lighthouse, Nimbus and Teku were implemented recently in a single network, Altona.
The long-awaited launch of Ethereum 2.0 seems to be increasingly close, with the network of the test as Onix registering around 325 nodes connected around the world.
By the end of June, Ethereum 2.0 accumulates a total of 400 active nodes and continues to incorporate new testnet. In addition to Onix, that is to test the network’s most popular of this ecosystem, the platform Witti Network has 43 nodes running and Topaz about 70 nodes, as calculated by the website eth2.ethernodes.org.
The majority of these nodes are located in Europe and North America, specifically in countries such as Germany, Switzerland, France, Spain and the united States. However, you can also visualize on the world map activity in countries such as China, Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
Latin america does not have a presence as prominent in the networks of test Ethereum 2.0, though highlights Brazil among the few Latin countries that if you have more than one node connected. Costa Rica and the caribbean island of Jamaica are other nations that stand out in this map with only a single node.
Brazil, Costa Rica and Jamaica are the countries of South America and the Caribbean that have nodes connected to Ethereum 2.0. Source: eth2.ethernode.org
If you go to the browser of Onyx, it can be seen that this test network Beacon Chain is located in the epoch 3.453, specifically in the block 110.516. The web page also recorded a 939.616 ethers of proof deposited in this network, and more than 29.363 validators assets.
Ethereum 2.0 will be a blockchain that works from an algorithm of Proof of Share (PoS), which was last updated in the month of may. To do this, instead of using the mining to confirm transactions, the network will also introduce a new entity called validators. These actors run their nodes to confirm new blocks and receive rewards for their activities, with the only condition that is necessary for holding coins deposited in the network.
Due to the importance of the validators in the operation of Ethereum 2.0, it is surprising that the test network Onix already has more than 29,000 validators assets, especially if we take into account that this tesnet it was launched on the 10th of June. These numbers could indicate the commitment of the community of Ethereum in the migration from one blockchain to another.
New networks and customers
In addition to the networks of test already mentioned, today introduced a new platform with multiple clients. The network Altona allow the connection of customers such as Prysm, Lighthouse, Nimbus and Teku.
Each one of these services is being developed in parallel to Ethereum 2.0, with the aim of tomorrow is to become the customers of this new core network. The group Prysmatic Labs, also in charge of the development of Onix, is behind the operation of the client Prysm, which has been created in the programming language Golang as one of its main features.
The signature Pegasys.tech has launched a client business known as Teku. According to details of the company, Teku was devised to serve as a bridge and support so that companies can migrate from the network of Ethereum current to the new version, being a client focused specifically on security.
Nimbus, on the other hand, is a client designed to work on embedded systems and mobile devices. In this way, users can turn their smart phones into nodes, regardless of the model year.
Finally the client is located at the Lighthouse, developed by the Sigma Prime. Among its most outstanding characteristics we can appreciate that your code is written in programming language Rush, as well as this is a client-focused primarily on safety.
While these technological advances, the promise of the team of developers of Ethereum is that the new version of the blockchain you will see the light this is 2020. As has been reported Breaking News, Ethereum 2.0 is regarded as a solution to the problems of scalability and security that owns the current network, for which many users waiting for their appearance.
However, due to the constant delays in its official release date, some fear that the setbacks of the pandemic, and technical issues may delay its re-activation. A report from Ben Edgington, a contributor to Ethereum 2.0, confirmed that the update of the algorithm-Proof of Participation of the blockchain was rescheduled in may.