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Merge trials on testnets are necessary for Ethereum developers and independent project developers to comprehend what to anticipate when the genuine Merge occurs.
Ethereum has successfully concluded its second-to-last major Merge test on the public test network Sepolia, clearing the path for its shift to the proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus mechanism.
Although it was mainly deemed a success, it was not incident-free. In the following weeks, the final Merge test will take place on the Goerli network before the actual Merge on the Ethereum mainnet may be approved.
Ethereum instructor Anthony Sassano, who presented the Sepolia Merge YouTube live stream on Wednesday, acknowledged on Twitter that the Merge transition occurred “well” and noted that the testnet would be watched for the next several days.
Terence Tsao, an Ethereum protocol engineer, stated that the Merge transfer was a success, but 25-30% of validators fell down owing to “bad configs” after the Merge. Nevertheless, he emphasized, “glitches will not postpone the Merge.”
During the webcast, however, Superphiz, a founding member of the ETHStaker Community, emphasized that the true success of the Merge will not be known “for several hours or even until tomorrow.”
The last test will be conducted on the Goerli test network. The date of the Merge, according to Superphiz, will rely on the assessments of the Sepolia test.
The testnet Merges serve as a necessary “dress rehearsal” for Ethereum developers and independent project developers to understand what to expect when the actual Merge occurs.
During the webcast, Vitalik Buterin, co-founder of Ethereum, revealed that one of the issues confronting the main network Merge will be the presence of “far more third-party infrastructure than on the testnets.”
“So there might be non-critical issues like that that will just pop up in the Merge that we’re not catching with these tests […] There’s a lot of peripherals that are just not getting tested, and that’s unavoidable and probably fine.”
Santiment has warned of a probable Ether (ETH) sell-off despite the announcement, as the total ETH supply on exchanges reached a new high of 13.8% on Monday, the highest level since January 3, 2022.
As of Thursday, around 13.25% of the entire supply of ETH was available on exchanges, a tiny decrease from the previous day.