In response to previous reports on Ethereum 2.0, Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin said on Twitter today that this report is unfair. In the title, it is suggested that Ethereum 2.0 may be a "scam" and does not respect the hard work of dozens of people for many years, especially from the 0th stage and several months. He later said that it was wrong to "have no clear plan" on how to move from Ethereum 1.0 to Ethereum 2.0. The outline is clear: the Ethereum 1.0 state root is placed in Ethereum 2.0, and Ethereum 1.0 continues to exist in Ethereum 2.0 as an execution environment. The existing Ethereum 1.X work has made us move towards this goal. Vitalik also said that he might write some research articles about what he thinks people have misunderstood in the following week (including Ethereum 1.0 and 2.0 conversion, DeFi composability, transition).