The Kiln testnet was launched on the 10:th of March, and developers have now successfully completed a transition from the proof-of-work consensus mechanism to the looming proof-of-stake mechanism that the real Ethereum mainnet will merge to sometime this year.
With Kiln being the final testnet, there seem to be no major obstacles for the developers to get passed before a date, or rather block height, can be set for the actual merge.
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