Polygon Labs Releases The Proposed Architecture For Polygon 2.0
Yesterday, the engineering team form Polygon Labs released a ‘proposed architecture for Polygon 2.0. Read more on CE....
- Polygon Labs released a proposed architecture for Polygon 2.0, aimed at providing unlimited scalability and unified liquidity.
- Polygon 2.0 consists of four layers: Staking, Interop, Execution, and Proving.
- The Staking Layer utilizes a Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism and offers rewards in MATIC tokens.
- The Interop Layer enables secure cross-chain messaging and supports near-instant and atomic cross-chain transactions.
- The Execution Layer includes components such as P2P communication, consensus mechanisms, and transaction management.
- The Proving Layer generates proofs for all transactions using a Zero-Knowledge proving protocol.
- The architecture aims to enhance interoperability, scalability, and overall performance.
The article presents the proposed architecture for Polygon 2.0 in a positive light, highlighting its potential to enhance scalability, interoperability, and overall performance. The rise in the price of MATIC after the release of the plans further indicates a positive sentiment.