Under 3/4 of ETH hubs are ‘Consolidation prepared’

Just shy of 3/4 of Ethereum (ETH) hubs are presently “Consolidation prepared” before the Bellatrix update, which is to happen today (6 September).

As per information from Ethernodes, 73.5% of Ethereum hubs are prepared for The Merge. As this implies 26.5% are not yet prepared, Ethereum Foundation engineer Tim Beiko has sent update messages through Twitter and expressed, “Last opportunity to redesign your hub on the off chance that you haven’t yet!”

The Bellatrix redesign is supposed to be one of the last strides before The Merge happens. The Ethereum Foundation says The Merge is supposed to happen somewhere in the range of 10 and 20 September.

Ethereum hub administrators need to consent to the Bellatrix overhaul by refreshing agreement layer clients before The Merge goes live

What occurs in the event that you don’t partake in the redesign?
That’s what the Foundation framed on the off chance that Ethereum excavators or hub administrators are utilizing a client which isn’t refreshed to the most recent variant, they will “sync to the pre-fork blockchain once the overhaul happens”.

This implies they will be stuck on an “contrary chain adhering to the old guidelines”.

The Merge really intends that after various deferrals, Ethereum will begin to run on a proof-of-stake (PoS) rather than a proof-of-work (PoW) agreement model.