Investors dunked money back into ETH futures on Monday after a dramatic price fall on Friday as the market gave out mixed signal to Ethereum’s Merge. The world’s second largest blockchain is planning to shift to ‘Proof-of-stake’ (PoS) consensus model from the current ‘Proof-of-work’ (PoW) model under ‘Merge’, ditching the old school mining and shifting to an upgrade where the owners of ether/ETH will be able to stake it in order to run the blockchain. This basically means that power consumption will be dramatically reduced and ETH will become greener. With the release date set for mid-September, Ether investors and the crypto market in general are concerned that if Merge does not go as planned, Ethereum might collapse or slow down dramatically. Added to this are a lot of grey areas surrounding Merge’s release hence the mixed signals from the market.