Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin is the main driver behind ETH 2.0. It is a major update that aims, among other things, to make the network of the world’s second largest cryptocurrency move from the current proof-of-work (PoW) model to proof of participation (PoS).
However, it is not only in ETH that the developer intends to make this change. At the end of last year, the Dogecoin Foundation, the organization responsible for the development of DOGE, had already reported that it was counting on Buterin’s help to make the migration.
In a recent interview with UpOnly, he confirmed that he was involved in this project, saying that virtually all cryptocurrencies will follow the same steps.
“All major cryptocurrencies except one have an active plan to switch to Proof-of-Stake. I think the arguments will be even easier to make when you know that Ethereum is Proof-of-Stake and when you know that Dogecoin’s plans are more advanced and Zcash’s plans are more advanced.”