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The Ethereum Foundation (EF) has launched a report detailing how its $1.6 billion treasury consists principally of Ether (ETH), however with a shocking 18.8% in non-crypto property.In whole, the EF non-profit group which manages the funds for Ethereum developments holds about 0.3% of the present whole ETH provide, amounting to roughly $1.3 billion which is verifiable on Etherscan. However, its non-crypto holdings account for a large $302 million share.The April 2022 report is the primary issued by the Foundation to stipulate what it holds within the treasury and the way it’s allocating expenditures, together with grant funding for numerous Ethereum-based initiatives. In all, the EF seems to have a really robust monetary footing having spent simply $48 million in 2021.The Ethereum Foundation’s treasury as of April 2022.The report acknowledged that it has elevated its non-crypto holdings to $302 million from a beforehand undisclosed quantity. That quantity is supposed to offer “a greater safety margin” in an effort to guard it in opposition to a downturn within the crypto market. The Foundation didn’t instantly reply to a request to reveal the small print concerning these non-crypto holdings. However, Ethereum researcher Justin Drake advised that the non-crypto holdings are simply fiat reserves in an April 18 tweet.the EF spent $48M in 2021it has 350K ETH ($1B) and $300M fiathttps://t.co/1AL68I5YgF pic.twitter.com/0yLXNHy3Aj— Justin Ðrake (@drakefjustin) April 18, 2022 The Foundation spent $21.8 million on layer-one (L1) analysis and growth, the biggest share of its expenditures final yr. This whole doesn’t embody the Client Incentive Program (CIP) which is an ongoing program that rewards 9 specific node operators with a share of 39,168 ETH ($132 million) on a set schedule.It spent an additional $9.7 million on group growth, $5.9 million on Ethereum as a developer platform, $5.1 million on worldwide operations, $3.6 million on ZK (zero-knowledge) analysis and growth, and $1.9 million on layer-two (L2) analysis and growth.As far as I do know that is the primary time the Ethereum Foundation has publicly detailed all of their treasury holdings.Finally pic.twitter.com/AugWk2GF2H— sassal.eth (@sassal0x) April 18, 2022 Related: ETH devs implement first-ever ‘shadow fork’ as PoS testing continuesThe EF’s monetary report comes just some months earlier than The Merge is scheduled to happen the place the Ethereum mainnet transitions to a proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus algorithm. Doing that is anticipated to vastly scale back the community’s vitality necessities and carbon footprint.

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The Ethereum Foundation (EF) has launched a report detailing how its $1.6 billion treasury consists principally of Ether (ETH), however with a shocking 18.8% in non-crypto property.

In whole, the EF non-profit group which manages the funds for Ethereum developments holds about 0.3% of the present whole ETH provide, amounting to roughly $1.3 billion which is verifiable on Etherscan. However, its non-crypto holdings account for a large $302 million share.

The April 2022 report is the primary issued by the Foundation to stipulate what it holds within the treasury and the way it’s allocating expenditures, together with grant funding for numerous Ethereum-based initiatives. In all, the EF seems to have a really robust monetary footing having spent simply $48 million in 2021.

The Ethereum Foundation’s treasury as of April 2022.

The report acknowledged that it has elevated its non-crypto holdings to $302 million from a beforehand undisclosed quantity. That quantity is supposed to offer “a greater safety margin” in an effort to guard it in opposition to a downturn within the crypto market. 

The Foundation didn’t instantly reply to a request to reveal the small print concerning these non-crypto holdings. However, Ethereum researcher Justin Drake advised that the non-crypto holdings are simply fiat reserves in an April 18 tweet.

The Foundation spent $21.8 million on layer-one (L1) analysis and growth, the biggest share of its expenditures final yr. This whole doesn’t embody the Client Incentive Program (CIP) which is an ongoing program that rewards 9 specific node operators with a share of 39,168 ETH ($132 million) on a set schedule.

It spent an additional $9.7 million on group growth, $5.9 million on Ethereum as a developer platform, $5.1 million on worldwide operations, $3.6 million on ZK (zero-knowledge) analysis and growth, and $1.9 million on layer-two (L2) analysis and growth.

Related: ETH devs implement first-ever ‘shadow fork’ as PoS testing continues

The EF’s monetary report comes just some months earlier than The Merge is scheduled to happen the place the Ethereum mainnet transitions to a proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus algorithm. Doing that is anticipated to vastly scale back the community’s vitality necessities and carbon footprint.

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