- Vitalik Buterin on Vyper
- An update on Akula
- DApp node made changing clients really easy
- Erigon's new Alpha release
- OP labs launched Drippie to secure optimism
Vitalik Buterin on Vyper
Vyper is a contract-oriented, pythonic programming language that targets
the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). Vitalik shared a tweet stating that
"Vyper is quietly continuing to progress and become a better and better
Ethereum high-level language."
Vyper is quietly continuing to progress and become a better and better Ethereum high-level language.https://t.co/VVClIqDCbyhttps://t.co/zdGyzsqoXk— vitalik.eth (@VitalikButerin) July 25, 2022
Great and hardworking team @vyperlang and many community contributors. pic.twitter.com/gBdhpnuvp0
An update on Akula
The most recent Erigon client implementation in Rust is called Akula.
Nearly twice as quickly as Erigon, Akula can synchronise an Ethereum
Full Archive Node (about 35 and a half hours)
Say Hallo to #Akula the brand new implementation of @ErigonEth in @rustlang .— funnyking.eth zkHODLER 🦦🐛🦈 (@PaoloRebuffo) July 23, 2022
Akula is able to synchronise an ethereum Full Archive Node almost twice as fast as Erigon (about 35 and a half hours). Kudos to @vorot93 and all the Akula Team. pic.twitter.com/oiVL53KJcT
DApp node made changing clients really easy
Martin Köppelmann, a co-founder of Gnosis, tweeted about the DApp node,
an operating system and piece of hardware that advances decentralisation
by simplifying the hosting of nodes and DApps. He mentioned how simple
it was for him to switch clients from Prysm to Teku. To find out more,
see the thread below.
Just wanted to share how incredible easy @DAppNode made it to change the consensus client if you run a validator. Right now I am running a @prysm_xyz validator and I want to switch to @Teku_ConsenSys without interruption. (1/4) pic.twitter.com/V5mGPGK1LT— Martin Köppelmann 🇺🇦 (@koeppelmann) July 24, 2022
Erigon's new Alpha release
In the 2022.07.03-alpha release, there are various things that got
updated you can see the official tweet below which states all things
that got changed.
OP labs launched Drippie to secure optimism
Drippie is a native conditional transaction solution for Ethereum that
minimises trust. It enables us to programme the collections of checks
and actions known as "drips" in Solidity. The majority of the daily
on-chain operations required by Optimism may be completed by this
straightforward yet effective model. Drips are used to regularly
transfer money between L1 and L2, to keep track of account balances, and
even to automatically cover Drippie's own transactions. The protocol is
covered in more detail below.
Optimism does a lot of stuff on-chain. Managing all of these interactions securely can be a bit of a headache.— OP Labs (@OPLabsPBC) July 25, 2022
That’s why we built Drippie, a trust-minimized Ethereum-native conditional transaction system.
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