Zak Cole, founder and CEO of blockchain performance testing company Whiteblock, recently said in a blog that anything of value is considered money. Ethereum is money. “If it’s not money, what are we doing? If it doesn’t have any value, what does it mean?” In August, Whiteblock received funding from the Ethereum Foundation and ConsenSys to assist with the Ethereum 2.0 network. According to Zak Cole, Whiteblock mainly uses funding to participate in the identification, testing and analysis of Eth2 networks. When asked about the progress of Eth2, Cole continued to elaborate on how the zero-phase structure minimizes risk and adds that it does not necessarily take a lot of time to complete before the deadline.