Polygon Avail’s Ability to Scale: What We Can Improve Next

The Polygon Avail Testnet is now live. As users begin incorporating Avail into their chain designs, a question that often comes up is, “How many transactions can Avail process?” This is Part Two in a three-part series of articles that will address Polygon Avail’s current performance, as well as its ability to scale in the […]

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PIL ZK Tooling is Now Open-Source

Polygon’s zero-knowledge (ZK) tech teams have recently unveiled the cutting-edge Polygon zkEVM, as well as open-source licensing for the revolutionary Plonky2 proving system. We are excited to announce yet another milestone: open-source licensing for our PIL toolkit.  We will be licensing the PIL toolkit jointly under the Apache2 and MIT licenses. Developers around the world […]

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Polygon Avail’s Ability to Scale: Where We Stand Today

The Polygon Avail Testnet is now live. As users begin incorporating Avail into their chain designs, a question that often comes up is, “How many transactions can Avail process?” This is the first in a series of articles that will address Polygon Avail’s current performance, as well as its ability to scale in the near […]

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The Future is Now for Ethereum Scaling: Introducing Polygon zkEVM

We all know that Ethereum needs to scale, and we at Polygon believe that zero-knowledge (ZK) tech is the most promising pathway to get there. But that path has often seemed as if it would be long and winding. The conventional wisdom has been that the crypto space would need many years to develop Layer […]

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What Does Ethereum’s Transition to Proof of Stake Mean for Polygon?

With Ethereum’s switch to proof of stake (PoS) slated for mid-September, we thought it would be appropriate to take a moment and look around, to admire how far Web3 has come. Now is a time to celebrate the builders and dreamers who’ve worked relentlessly on the margins to summon a more open, decentralized, and equitable […]

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Polygon zkEVM Within Vitalik’s Framework: Gaining Clarity and Looking Ahead

The Ethereum community has recently seen a flurry of zkEVM (zero-knowledge Ethereum Virtual Machine) announcements, including the unveiling of Polygon zkEVM. Given how new these technologies are and how many different approaches are being tried, it comes as no surprise that there has also been a lively debate around key concepts and terminology. What is […]

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