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The Ethereum inflation rate could drop dramatically

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Marcus Misiak –

The Ethereum 2.0-researchers, Justin Drake, has recently declared that the project could reduce the emissions of Ether (ETH) in the next two years by 10 times.

As well as traditional currencies and crypto currencies, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and other Altcoins have a fixed inflation rate. Apart from a few crypto these currencies, with Bitcoin at its lowest. That’s why the BTC rate of inflation for many crypto-applies to enthusiasts as a benchmark for other crypto-currencies. Some are even saying gone so far as to that crypto-currencies have a higher inflation rate than Bitcoin, which is currently about 3.5% (higher than that of the USA reported 2% Inflation), are inferior and do not have the capability to be a viable Form of digital money.

This is even true for Ethereum, which is criticized by many faithful Bitcoin supporters because of the lack of a mathematically-enforced upper limit, and the ever-changing output values, which vary due to the block times and the Uncle-Reward. But that could soon change. According to a recent report from CoinTelegraph, the core group of the Ethereum developers, the work on Serenity Upgrade, the amount of the issued ETH wants to reduce drastically. Justin Drake, a researcher for the Ethereum Foundation, stated that the inflation rate of Ethereum (could currently be around 4 to 5 percent), reduced by March 2021 to over 90 percent. That’s what he said:

Here, data is a possible time (probably completely wrong!), which highlights the major milestones highlighted. January, 2020: Start of the Beacon Chain. June 2020: ETH2 Light Clients are ready for production. November 2020: eth1 Fork#1 to implement his Fork choice rule, which rewards the Eth2-finality (conservative, no Emission reduced). March 2021: eth1 fork #2, in order to reduce the output by 10 times.

Such a reduction of course also depends on how willing the members of the community (especially the Miner) Ethereum 2.0 accept – the first massive Upgrade of the Blockchain, that will end the use of Proof of Work in the Blockchain, and thus a whole industry and all the companies that lived by ETH-Mining, will affect.

Why is this announcement important?

Ethereum is taking place in the coming year, the anticipated change from the Consensus Proof-of-Work (PoW) to Proof of Stake (PoS). The Proof of Work is considered to be time – and resource-intensive, consensus-algorithm, and requires a high power consumption for the Miner. If Ethereum surrounded on the Proof of Stake model, it will give instead of Miner only “Staker”.

As described in the article, this could go with the reduction of the Emission of ETH on the Blockchain by 10 times hand-in-hand. This means that the Emission of currently 2 ETH per Block to 0.22 ETH per Block could fall, and this depends also from the number of people participating in the Ethereum-Blockchain by Staking, if Ethereum finally takes the turn. What relates to the current Tempo, so it is not to say, however difficult that Ethereum will finish in 2021, PoW.

Most likely, the Blockchain will require a transitional period, in the Smart Contracts in the PoW chain to the new Sharded Beacon-Chain can be transferred. The project aims to start up in 2021 with the full Sharding. Thereafter, the entire Blockchain will take some years, from the PoW-Ecosystem to the new PoS Ecosystem to switch.

Ultimately, the reduction of the emissions could cause a “Supply shock” that could have a significant impact on the Ethereum price. Due to the drastically falling (new) offer that could rise to ETH price significantly.

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