The zkEVM project, also known as Scroll, has released its testnet version of the Ethereum layer 2 solutions on the Goerli testnet. They referred to this as the last step before the launch of their mainnet, which is expected to take place in late 2023.
zkEVMs are the layer-2 scaling solution that was implemented on the Ethereum network in order to improve the overall performance of the projects. It is the component that has the greatest significance for future blockchain-based initiatives as well as the economy of virtual assets.
The Scroll’s zkEVM development stages are now transitioning from a pre-alpha testing phase into an alpha testing phase. This change is taking place during the current deployment on the Goerli testnet. Since Goerli is the public testnet, it enables developers to participate in activities related to the open-source code. Before the introduction of the mainnet, it is also helpful for the project developer to find and close any gaps and flaws.
The bridge was designed so that users of the Goerli testnet and Scroll may trade digital assets with one another.
“We’ve been testing with mock mainnet transactions on our pre-alpha testnet, but by having a more public testnet you can have more time to battle test it and make sure that everything is working properly,” a researcher at Scroll known as Pseudotheos said in an interview. “Because it’s so difficult to build a system like this,” the researcher said, “you can have more time to battle test it and make sure that everything is working properly.”
Compiled by Coinbold