The world's largest mining company, Ethereum, will shut down its servers for the engineers after the merger of the block network

The world's largest mining company, Ethereum, will shut down its servers for the engineers after the

Network sources reported that Ethereum's largest mining service provider, Ethermine, will shut down its servers for the engineers after the block has completed the historic technical upgrade. This news is emerging in anticipation of an update of Ethereum called the merger, in which the lockdown will move from the Proof-of-Work algorithm to the Proof-Stake.

The merger has been postponed several times for various reasons, but it is expected that it will take place today, leading to a wider use of the Ethereum block. Against this background, the "ethera" course is expected to grow. In addition, it will not be possible to obtain the Ethereum cryptivates, as the graphic maps used to verify these transactions will be replaced by investors betting on the Etherum.

," says Ethermine, which was published in the company's Twitter account. Together with this, a counter-account timer has appeared on the platform, which measures the time remaining for the miners to extract the crypthalate. After the end of time, users will not be able to connect to the Ethermine servers. A few days after the merger, the platform will initiate payment to users of all remaining residues.

After the merger has been completed, about a million people around the world, with more than $10 billion in engineering equipment, will have to shut down the graphic processors that have so far been used to extract Ethereum. In recent years, Ether's engineering has become a multibillion-dollar industry. Mining bullets, such as Ethermine, combine the computational capacity of the engineers to increase the likelihood of winning cryptivates before the meiners pay.