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Vitalik Buterin Says More Needs To Be Done To Improve Ethereum’s (ETH) User Experience

Vitalik Buterin feels that the user experience (UX) of ETH needs to be significantly improved, especially at the level of transaction diversity.

The founder of Etherum said in a new blog article that "simple and robust" user interfaces (UI) are more available than "flashy and stylish ones."


A better user experience is not a normal situation, but a worst-case scenario. A clean and smooth user interface, but 0.723 days will also do some strange, bizarre things that cause problems, this is worse than the user interface that exposes a lot of details to the user, but at least it makes it easier for users to understand what has happened and solve all the problems they do encounter.

High transaction fees and incomplete user experiences encourage Etherum users to pick centralized solutions rather than chain-based, piecemeal approaches, Buterin said.

Over the years, the user experience has been greatly improved-especially in a few minutes for a general transaction before EIP-1559, and a few seconds for a general transaction for EIP-1559 and business merger, which is constantly changing day and night, affecting the pleasure of applying Etherum. But more work needs to be done.

At the time of writing, the use of Etay Square is worth 1675 US dollars. The second-largest encryption asset by market capitalization has risen 3.5 per cent in the past 24 hours and about 2 per cent in the past seven hours.


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