Schlesi’s test network developer for Ethereum 2.0, Afri Schoedon, reported a crash that resulted in an unplanned fork in the testnet.
The problem appeared on May 17, when the Geth client stopped synchronizing with other clients and began to build an alternative blockchain.
Recall that in order to start the launch of the zero phase of ETH 2.0, you first need to run the official test network with all ETH clients and for it to work successfully for two months. But while developers are not able to solve the problem of synchronization of various clients.
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