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Vitalik Buterin Announces 2024 Plan for Ethereum!

Vitalik Buterin
Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin shared the roadmap for Ethereum in 2024, stating that there are only minor changes compared to the previous year.
In his statement on X, Vitalik Buterin emphasizes the ongoing focus on Ethereum, outlining the six main components for the year 2024.

Also, in a detailed chart containing explanations and diagrams, Buterin elaborated on these six components: merge, fluctuation, trouble, threshold, liquidation, and prodigality.
Buterin emphasized that there are only a few minor adjustments when compared to the technical direction of Ethereum and its roadmap for 2023.
In his statement, Buterin said, “As Ethereum’s forward technical path continues to solidify, there are relatively few changes.”
This merge was highlighted as a significant part of the roadmap aiming to maintain a simple and robust Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus.
Last September, The Merge, integrating the Ethereum mainnet with the Proof-of-Stake blockchain Beacon Chain, took place.
Immediately following the merge, the most notable observation about Ethereum was the transition from the energy-intensive Proof-of-Work (PoW) consensus mechanism to PoS, resulting in a significant reduction in the network’s overall energy consumption.
Buterin also pointed out developments related to Ethereum’s single-slot finality. Finality aims to make changes in a blockchain block irreversible without burning at least 33% of the total staked ETH.
The statement regarding this noted, “The role of Single Slot Finality (SSF) in post-PoS merge improvements is strengthening. It is clear that SSF is the easiest way to solve most of the current weaknesses in the Ethereum PoS design.”
This statement comes after Buterin recently expressed his desire to bring back the original “cypherpunk” revolution idea for the blockchain.

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