Ethereum 2.0 is globally updated and departs from the Proof-of-Work algorithm. Computing power will no longer validate transactions, and this will make them more secure and faster. This will happen due to the transition to the Proof-of-Stake algorithm. It will be managed by validators, who will only need a regular laptop — no more hard software and too much waste of electricity. To become a validator in Ethereum 2.0, a minimum asset of 32 ETH is required. The more coins stored in the validator's wallet, the more likely it is to get the right to create the next block.