Polygon zkEVM – From Mainnet to Mass Adoption – Part 2
While Part 1 (#486) focused on the technological advancements that allowed proofs to be generated in a practical manner, lowering both the time and the hardware requirements, in this episode, we take a closer look at the use cases of different types of zk rollups and how they could promote blockchain mass adoption. Polygon’s zk EVM equivalence, coupled with low transaction fees, promise a frictionless user experience. As with all L2 rollups, sequencer decentralisation remains a pressing issue that needs to be solved.
We were joined by Jordi Baylina (tech lead) & David Schwartz (CTO) from Polygon’s zkEVM, to discuss the relationship between Polygon’s multiple zk rollups, their use cases, as well as network statistics for zk-EVM.
Topics discussed in the episode
- The relationship between Polygon and zkEVM
- The differences between Polygon’s multiple zk rollups
- Network participant roles in zkEVM
- Transaction submission stages
- Sequencer decentralisation
- Transaction costs
- Use cases for different zk rollups
- Open-sourceness, decentralisation and the licensing of zkEVM’s prover
- The decentralised identity project (DID)
- Roadmap after main-net launch
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