eth/66yet, so it probably won't be of much practical use for a while, because it won't be able to communicate with geth peers (and probably most others). But it does help us confirm that py-evm fully supports Berlin, also. https://trinity-client.readthedocs.io/en/latest/release_notes.html#trinity-0-1-0-alpha-37-2021-03-24
🔥 NO LONGER MAINTAINED OR DEVELOPED 🔥
The Trinity Ethereum client is no longer being developed or maintained. This repository will remain here in archive mode. Can someone clarify that Trinity is still valid as a Node and its future development to support the current and ETH2 as well?