The researchers emphasized that the decentralized financing industry provides investors with the opportunity to earn much more when blocking their assets in DeFi applications than with steaking.
“There is a possibility that not enough coins will be involved in steaking in Ethereum 2.0 to ensure decentralization and proper security. At best, ETH holders can block their assets to compare profitability with the DeFi industry, and at worst, they will not risk blocking their coins, “analysts write.
Recall that users need to block at least 32 ETH to participate in stealing. At the same time, since the development is still underway, the deadlines for blocking have not been determined.
Quantstamp, which specializes in auditing smart contracts, recently said that an update to the Ethereum 2.0 network could be rolled out soon.