The preeminent blockchain that enables developers to build their applications is Ethereum. As a result of the importance developers attached to Ethereum, experts believe that ETH could overrun Bitcoin by MCAP in the near future. They even went ahead to coin a word for it: flipping. Well, the world has yet to see that happen. In all fairness to Ethereum, it holds importance within the blockchain industry. However, ETH price is increasingly dropping in the cryptocurrency market, and as its price continues to take a nosedive, the Ethereum 2.0 roadmap has launched.
Indeed, the roadmap shows that it combines certain key features:
Proof of stake consensus mechanism
The Ethereum protocol is also a community of researchers. In addition, the Ethereum protocol defines a community where its executors propose concepts, brainstorm on them, and refine them where necessary. In the end, the outcome is the implementation of a unanimous protocol in itself. Similarly, Ethereum runs on software called clients or nodes. Many of them, which are open-source, exist. Apart from the software, there is an ecosystem of open-source projects developed for Ethereum.