There are some good changes in store, Guardian.
Destiny 2 Eververse changes

When Destiny 2: Shadowkeep launches this Fall, Bungie is going to have made a ton of changes to some core mechanics in their space opera shooter. Among those changes will be a fairly drastic overhaul to Eververse and some of the currencies associated with that in-game store.

Eververse has been a small point of contention for Destiny fans ever since the first Destiny title. It is an in-game store that sells various items for currency that you can earn by playing the game or for another currency type that you can only obtain by spending real world money. Eververse does sometimes sell pieces of gear, but Bungie intentionally made these gear items contain no "God" rolls on stats and enhancements to ensure that an argument could not be made about those items being "pay to win."

And so far, it's worked out for them. However, it was a system that could still be improved upon. Starting this Fall with Shadowkeep, Bungie is going to make some interesting t. They also have an important bit of information on what you should do right now before these changes happen on September 17.

First off, any and all Eververse Armor that you have acquired in your Collections will become a Universal Ornament. These ornaments can be applied to all new Legendary armor sets that will be released this Fall. They will change the look of those gear pieces to be that of the ornament you have selected while preserving the perks, mods, and stats of the original item.

Secondly, Bungie is changing their Bright Dust from a pay- and/or play-to-earn currency to a play-to-earn reward. Players will now get Bright Dust from completing Vanguard, Crucible, and Gambit bounties. Previously, players could earn Bright Dust in-game only by completing Eververse bounties or by dismantling unwanted or unused items earned from the Eververse store. Bungie continues on to say that even after you've finished those bounties, there will be "an additional avenue" in which you can keep grinding for Bright Dust. However, they have not said what that is just yet.

The company is also changing it so that when you want to pull an old Eververse item out of your Collections, it will no longer cost you Bright Dust. Instead, it will cost you Glimmer and Legendary Shards. This also ties into the last major change concerning Bright Dust. Eververse items will no longer dismantle into Bright Dust. They will instead dismantle into Legendary Shards and Glimmer.

As a result, Bungie is strongly urging players to go and dismantle all of the extra Eververse stuff you've been sitting on that is taking up space in your inventory. Do that now to stock up on Bright Dust for the Fall, because once these changes take place with Shadowkeep on September 17, you will not earn Bright Dust from those dismantles.

Bungie was even kind enough to provide a tl;dr for you.

On September 17, 2019:
  • All Eververse armor (new and armor you’ve already acquired!) is being converted into Universal Ornaments
  • Universal Ornaments can be attached to any newly acquired Legendary armor
  • Bright Dust is going to come from doing bounties, not dismantling things you spent money on
  • Eververse items can now be pulled from your Collections with Glimmer/Legendary Shards instead of Bright Dust
Before September 17, 2019:
  • Dismantle all of your unused Eververse items to maximize your Bright Dust reserves