Stacking platform tokens rose in price after Ethereum announcement of the update date
Stacking platform tokens rose in price after Ethereum developers announced a Shapella update date
The developers of the leading altcoin have officially confirmed that the Shapella update will take place on the night of April 12 to 13
Stacking platform tokens rose in price after Ethereum developers announced that the long-awaited Shapella update is scheduled to take place on the night of April 12 to 13 on the main network.
According to the Ethereum team, the Shapella update will begin on April 12 at 22:27 UTC, which is around 1:27 Moscow time on April 13.
Once it is successful, investors who have stacked ETH coins will be able to withdraw both the initial deposit and what they have accumulated as income for processing transactions in the blockchain of the leading altcoin. These assets are currently locked up online.
The Shapella update combines the names of the upcoming Shanghai and Capella hardforks. Shanghai is the fork name for the execution layer where transactions are negotiated (execution layer, formerly ETH 1.0) and Capella is the update name for the consensus layer where network data is verified (consensus layer, formerly ETH 2.0).