There seems to be a lot of interest in the Ethereum 2.0 testnet, which confirms the achievement of 1 million ETH on this new blockchain.
We have only recently written about the fact that Ethereum 2.0 testnet has problems related to a time error on the Prysm client. This error caused the interruption of the Prysm nodes and subsequently appeared four or five major forks. However, the team quickly fixed the bugs and now it looks like everything is fully functional.
In the graph below from trustnodes we can see that the value of “Staked Ether” has already exceeded 1 million.
We also note that there are currently 35,178 active validators (each of which requires 32 ETH).
These data only confirm that Ethereum has a really big and strong fan base, and we are sure that the closer we will be to the official launch of ETH 2.0 (probably November 5), interest will continue to increase.
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