- Teku v22.10.2 is out!
- Pre-Shanghai network (Shandong) synced
- Shandong testnet has been restarted with a new genesis time
- New cohort of Ethereum protocol fellows
- Polynomial commitment schemes are critical to Ethereum’s scaling solutions.
Teku v22.10.2 is out!
Teku v22.10.2 is now available. This is a recommended upgrade containing bug fixes and optimizations.
Additions and Improvements:
- Enabled a new framework for REST API with better performance and less memory usage.
- The new framework does not cause any breaking changes, however, if needed the old version can be restored with
- Updated jackson-databind library to version 184.108.40.206 addressing CVE-2022-42003
- Fix issue where /readiness endpoint returned 200 when Execution Client was not available.
Teku v22.10.2 is now available.— Teku (@Teku_ConsenSys) October 26, 2022
This is a recommended upgrade containing bug fixes and optimisations.
The full changelog and links to binary downloads are available at: https://t.co/qQn7TduFl5
Pre-Shanghai network (Shandong) synced!
Shandong testnet has been restarted with a new genesis time
Shandong testnet has been restarted with a new genesis time at
Tue Oct 25, 2022, 22:13:28 UTC. EIP-3450 consensus issues have been fixed and major services are up and running again (explorer, faucet).
EIP-3450 consensus issues have been fixed and major services are up and running again (explorer, faucet).
Testnet should now be ready to be joined by other clients! 🤩❤️ https://t.co/eJdPSnmfQr
New cohort of Ethereum protocol fellows
Super excited to see the new cohort of @ethereum protocol fellows and how they will make an impact in Ethereum protocol! If you didn't make it in, fear not! There are many other ways to become an impactful contributor to core dev without going through https://t.co/0R7WsoAFIJ. A🧵— Phil Ngo (philngo.eth) 🦇🔊 (@philngo_) October 26, 2022
Polynomial commitment schemes are critical to Ethereum’s scaling solutions.
A polynomial commitment scheme is a scheme in which a party can commit to a polynomial p(x), and can then prove its evaluation at any arbitrary point. Evaluations can be verified using only the commitment and the proof - the polynomial itself need not be revealed. zk-Rollups represent computation as polynomials and represent the computation’s validity as particular mathematical relations that the polynomials must satisfy. These polynomials are committed to, and their satisfaction with the mathematical relations can be proved via evaluation proofs.
Polynomial commitment schemes are critical to Ethereum’s scaling solutions.— Scroll 📜 (@Scroll_ZKP) October 26, 2022
These schemes will be used in Danksharding, as well as in the proof systems behind Scroll. What are polynomial commitment schemes? And how will they help scale Ethereum?
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