On Sept. 19, Eclipse announced a new L2 architecture, which will leverage the Solana Virtual Machine while operating on Ethereum, hence bringing the advantage of the former’s speed and scale in transaction settlement.
As per the press statement, Eclipse’s new L2 architecture will use the Solana Execution environment, hence optimizing parallel execution implementing local fee markets, resulting in a reduction of chain-wide fee hikes caused by high-demand applications. This feature is afforded through Solana’s parallelized runtime, designed to process conflict-free transactions with lower fees.
Eclipse details more in-depth about the new product, which will bring a whole new meaning to the L2 scaling universe, as per the press statement.
The newly promoted L2 architecture aims to redefine the scaling world by touching on areas like Ethereum settlement, execution using SVM, availing data with Celestia, and proving using RISC Zero.
Furthermore, Eclipse boasts solutions to some of EVM’s state growth limitations. Unlike EVM, Solana does not need constant Merkle Tree updates for each state update. Every transaction can specify all states needed for execution. Hence, state size will not impact SVM execution.
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