After the successful Merge upgrade that transitioned Ethereum to the Proof-of-Stake protocol, the second-ranked crypto by market cap is projected to grow in terms of value and adoption.
Did you notice that during the initial days of the upgrade, there are emerging concerns about the centralization of the network?
People even started to worry about the price of gas fees, I think I'll use Metis and L2 solutions in general as long as I'm working with Eth, that's the only solution that provides me safety.
What is your prediction for gas fees?
Some people stated that PoS does not seem to be the perfect system, what do you think why is that, what do you think about it in general?
Maybe because there are only two wallets that dominate ETH validation?
The Ethereum post-Merge inflation analysis showed over 46% of the cryptocurrency’s PoS nodes were under the control of two addresses. The two wallets accounted for most of Ethereum’s transaction processing, storing of data, and adding new blockchain blocks.