CoinDesk Special Coverage: The Ethereum Merge
The Merge “opens up the way for future upgrades, which will further ensure layer 2 scalability,” Nailwal said.
“When we’re speaking with these enterprises, all of them previously used to have big issues around ESG (environmental, social and governance) and environmental stuff,” Nailwail said. “Now, that is out of the way … So this is a huge step for the entire Ethereum and Web3 community to go mainstream.
“It’s more about the adoption, which used to get adversely hit because of the environmental concerns,” Nailwail said.
Read more: 3 Big Things the Merge Will Change About Ethereum / Opinion
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