The Ethereum “Merge”: Priority Fee Change
“The Merge” is slated to take place on the Ethereum blockchain in less than a few weeks, building plenty of hype and suspense as the community prepares for the long-awaited moment. It’s an event that’s been years in the making, with Ethereum’s top developers hard at work to continue to move the needle towards the Ethereum upgrades.
To that end, there will be many changes taking place across the Ethereum ecosystem (some larger than others) as it shifts to a PoS (Proof of Stake) consensus mechanism.
One of these modifications is to the priority fee on the network — learn more about what it means for Ethereum and liquid staking ETH on pSTAKE.
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