This is the biggest testnet release ever seen in Ethereum 2.0. Therefore, we learned something frustrating. We found some errors. Paul Hauner, the lead developer of the Ethereum 2.0 Lighthouse client, said: "We are currently troubleshooting a really interesting and elusive bug which will cause the node to crash." The stake-as-a-service startup Staked is additionally testing a replacement "Medalla" Eth 2.0 simulates the network and located some surprises. consistent with Tim Ogilvie, co-founder and CEO of Staked, all errors and unexpected issues on the Medalla network are relatively small thus far , so there's no got to worry.
Ogilvie said: "We are running another 25 proof-of-stake networks, so we are familiar with running within the test network." "We see tons of an equivalent problems within the test network, this is often sometimes the software can't communicate perfectly or got to re the matter of starting the network. i feel [Eth 2.0] is in fitness compared to several other testnets we've seen."Having said that, Hauner and Ogilvie both agree that users got to understand the important features of the Eth 2.0 network before using ETH. consistent with Ogilvie, the “really important fact” is that when ETH is transferred to the Eth 2.0 network, it can't be transferred back to the first Ethereum blockchain.
"Until (the next stage of Ethereum 2.0 development) it's a one-way trip. Your funds aren't liquid. Indeed, the sole thing you'll do is participate in staking. People must fundamentally understand this before starting. One point." Ogilvie said.
Ethereum is an open-source, public, blockchain-based distributed computing platform and operating system featuring smart contract functionality.