May 17, 2022
What is the ETH2 Merge? Math for the Impatient with Stan Kladko
Welcome to "Mathematics for the Impatient" with SKALE CTO and Co-founder Stan Kladko. This series is designed to take a look at the mathematics behind blockchain and present it in a way that is easily consumable and understandable. Today's topic: The ETH2 merge, what is it?
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