Ethereum is definitely a cherished cryptocurrency by many, not only because it is the second-largest cryptocurrency after Bitcoin but also due to its impeccable blockchain that is way faster and consistent than any other cryptocurrency. Ethereum’s blockchain is among the busiest decentralized databases that are interacted with by millions, and the number keeps on increasing as the rates are somewhat acceptable and the speed and accuracy of the systems are splendid.
Ethereum has hit multiple upgrades in the past, and this new one known as London hard fork is yet another spectacular one promising to bring stability and reducing the ratio of bugs and other anomalies.
At its final stages, the upgrade is soon to be tested before making it a part of Ethereum’s blockchain. But before that could happen, the upgrade needs to be checked for any given issues or stability concerns before making it part of the main net. According to a valid source, the upgrade is scheduled to reach the Ropsten testnet around June 24; this is the earliest upgrade available to a testnet.
New London Hard Fork Upgrade for Ethereum Brings Stability to the Platform
When arriving in a testnet the ample testing of the upgrade will be commenced checking any known flaws and such, and if everything looks alright after thorough testing, then it would be made part of Ethereum’s mainnet. But before this could happen, the testing would be done at more than one testnets to have enough data to state the contents as well as the approach of the upgrade as safe.
The said update will be waving five different Ethereum improvement proposals, and before baked into the blockchain’s code, these points must be well received by the community members. The main change would be about the transaction fees and how these are balanced for the miners and people who use the blockchain for the sake of minting new coins. This proposal is being made directly by the creator of Ethereum Vitalik Buterin. As soon as everything is tested and the community members will receive all the proposals, the new upgrade will be made part of Ethereum’s blockchain.