The first phase of Ethereum 2.0 has arrived! Phase 0, as it’s called, will launch the beacon chain, which establishes and maintains the proof-of-stake consensus mechanism. If you want to run your own validator on Ethereum 2.0, you can make sure you have the necessary hardware requirements, technical expertise, and follow step-by-step instructions using the official Ethereum Launchpad

We’ve created this page so that validators can verify the correct address to deposit ETH to the beacon chain on Ethereum 2.0. With the highly anticipated launch of the first phase of Eth2, we expect attempts to scam users into depositing ETH into fake addresses. For that reason, we recommend checking the address listed on this page with other trustworthy sources:





WARNING: DO NOT SEND ETH TO THIS CONTRACT! Sending Eth to this contract address will result in a failed transaction, and does not mean you are staking on Eth2. To stake your ETH in Eth2 you must use the dedicated Launchpad and follow the instructions, or join a number of different staking as a service providers.