- Vitalik Buterin recently revealed his personal roadmap for ETH 2.0.
- His roadmap covers up to 10 years of the next development phase for the project.
Vitalik Buterin, the co-founder of Ethereum recently revealed his personal roadmap for ETH 2.0 in a Tweet published on the 18th of March this week. His roadmap covers up to 10 years of the next development phase for the project.
Writing in the post, Buterin wanted to make it clear that research and development will continue regardless of the recent challenges the world has seen with COVID-19. He further added that there should be significantly less fear of complexity within the system update and highlighted that many of the upcoming changes will address such as prior issues.
He further went on to say:
“The "quadratic sharding as end of history" approach ensures there will not need to be a further upgrade as large as the eth1 -> eth2 one; rather, from eth2 onwards things will be much more incremental.”
When looking back at the last two years of the development of the project, the co-founder said the following:
“In general, over the last ~2 years there has been a solid shift from "blue sky" research, trying to understand what is possible, to concrete research and development, trying to optimize specific primitives that we know are implementable and implement them.”