The ETH Staker community is hosting a Quiz Show on Sunday, November 1st, 2020 at 2:00 PM CDT (7:00 PM UTC). The goal is to help teach Ethereum principles in a fun and engaging way. The long term benefit will be for people who can watch the YouTube stream and "play along" at home.
On Friday, October 23rd, 2020 SuperPhiz presented the changes coming with ETH2 and what it means for all users alike. Additionally, SuperPhiz goes in-depth explaining exactly what it means to Stake an Ethereum 2.0 Validator, and the risks and rewards involved. Below you will find links to a recording of the presentation, a download of the presentation, and applicable resources discussed within the presentation.
In this episode of "learn ethereum" we focus on what the ethereum 2.0 hardware requirements are. Our special guest u/LamboshiNakaghini who is one of the moderators on the Ethereum Staker Reddit Community. We discuss the various aspects of solo staking and hardware considerations to be aware of.
Before we get into how to claim your first POAP, it's important to know what a POAP is and why it's valuable. POAP, which stands for Proof of Attendance Protocol is a digital badge that is awarded to someone as proof that they've completed an action or attended an event. Each POAP is specific and unique to that event or task.Each event or task has a custom design POAP, meaning they're quickly turning into rare NFT collectibles. Specifically, a POAP is an ERC721 Token which resides on xDAI.
Trying to keep up with Ethereum can be a difficult task. There are so many new and exciting things happening in and around the ecosystem that it can be difficult at times to remember what's what. Unvetica was lucky enough to spend some time with u/Superphiz who, among other things, is a moderator for the Ethereum Staking Community on Reddit. We read through the EIP-2982 Protocol which is the formal protocol proposal for Ethereum 2.0: Serenity.