How Does the Future of Ethereum Look Like?

Ethereum turned four on July 30, 2019. Four years ago, on July 30, 2015, the world’s first general purpose Blockchain platform went online. This platform was named Ethereum and was the first Blockchain platform to feature a Turing virtual machine and be able to deploy the code of any algorithm no matter how complex.

How Does the Future of Ethereum Look Like?

Ethereum turned four on July 30, 2019. Four years ago, on July 30, 2015, the world’s first general purpose Blockchain platform went online. This platform was named Ethereum and was the first Blockchain platform to feature a Turing virtual machine and be able to deploy the code of any algorithm no matter how complex.
In an interview with Coindesk, the Blockchain researcher Mihailo Bjelic said that before Ethereum was introduced, developers had to write complex codes and develop complex software. But Ethereum enabled developers to use this platform to develop decentralized applications.
According to data published by the investment firm Electric Capital, each month there are 800 active developers writing code with the help of the Ethereum Blockchain.
However, even though Ethereum offered the first general purpose Blockchain to the world, currently it is not the only or even the most popular general purpose Blockchain platform in the world. According to the report by Dapp.com, there are other Blockchain platforms that offer decentralized applications (dapp) that are used more by developers such as Tron or EOS.
With all these new Blockchain platforms that offer decentralized applications that are coming to the market, where will Ethereum be in four years from now?
The Blockchain researcher at Gnosis, Eric Conner, has said in this regard that in four years Ethereum will get passed the hardest parts of its ambitious journey, and it will grow beyond what it is today.
It is expected that during the next four years, Ethereum will fully develop and launch Ethereum 2.0 with a newer version of the proof-of-stake algorithm.
Anthony Sassano, the marketing and growth lead at the Ethereum-based startup Set Protocol, believes that Ethereum will achieve its original aim which was to create a world computer in the next four years, since Ethereum 2.0 will have been fully developed and offered by then.
The investors of Ethereum also say that they are not worried about the future of this Blockchain platform in the next coming years. They believe that the performance of this Blockchain platform in the last four years has proven its great capacity.
 

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