Prysmatic Labs Releases the First Ethereum 2.0 Web User Interface
In a notice, Prysmatic Labs is, nonetheless, urging users to pay close attention to flags and startups warnings. Should they arise, the team reassures network users of their deprecation in the next update when Prysm transitions into beta in preparation for the first main net release at an unspecified date.
The implementation, in Go programming language, points to the steady development towards Eth2. It also goes to highlight Prysmatic Labs’ objective of rolling out better tooling that directly boosts the adoption of
Ethereum based solutions.