The completion of the audit of the Ethereum 2.0 client by Quantstamp was confirmed by Ben Edgington.
Ethereum 2.0 is almost ready for release, Quantstamp, a smart contract auditing firm, has reported. After the audit of Teku, the green light for the long wait for the Ethereum 2.0 launch came.
Decrypt allegedly claimed that after Quantstamp successfully completed auditing of Teku, the Ethereum 2.0 launch announcement came from the ConsenSys developed Ethereum 2.0 client. The completion of the audit of the Ethereum 2.0 client by the leading blockchain security company was confirmed by Ben Edgington, an Ethereum developer, in a tweet.
“Ethereum 2.0 is on track to deliver Phase 0 in the very near future. Client teams have spent countless hours coordinating, testing, and working with auditing firms to ensure that the foundation of Ethereum 2.0 is ready for delivery.” said the CEO of Quantstamp, Richard Ma.
The update of the Ethereum network, Ethereum 2.0, is a consensus proof of stake mechanism aimed at solving the issue of protection and scalability of the system. Network users would no longer be able to independently validate the coin supply following the full rollout of Eth 2.0, although thousands of transactions would be made on the blockchain. Following the successful sequence of test net releases, including Topaz, Zkinken, Spadina and Medalla, Ethereum 2.0 ‘s full rollout is expected to take place in three stages, namely Phase 0, 1, and 2,