The latest release soon to reach Findora brings a number of enhancements to decentralization and EVM optimization.
The release is currently on Anvil testnet for evaluation before it’s scheduled for a deployment to mainnet. Below is a highlight of the features brought to Findora with v0.3.30.
An almost 2x increase in consensus decentralization.
- The active validator count on Findora will increase from 58 to 100.
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Increased the mempool of the validators and full nodes.
- This change increases the number of transactions full nodes can accept.
The consensus layer is enhanced to be multi-threaded.
- Reduced serialization and reduces transaction queuing.
Transaction validation is optimized.
- We are driving towards full compatibility with Ethereum standards in terms of how transactions are validated and accepted into the mempool.
Reduce memory allocation and release.
- This change optimizes how memory is allocated and released.
Removed redundant checking.
- We are removing redundant privilege checks.
- We are enhancing memory management for all nodes on the network by optimizing the SessionCache logic, moving from a multi-simulator method to a single-simulator, delta-based method.
Reduction of Verbose Logs
- Reducing log printing to improve resource consumption.
Improvements to Recover_Signer
- We will cache the signer to reduce the number of look-ups for transactions who have the same signer in the block.
- Increasing the speed of inter smart contract calls and brings full compatibility with Ethereum exception handling for those calls.
These features and enhancements are separate from the privacy-focused initiatives coming to the Findora network, such as EVM Privacy, a decentralized identity (DID) solution powered by zero-knowledge (coming via FIP3), and auditability on a new asset class called Auditable Privacy-Preserving Assets, or APPA (coming via FIP2).
Findora builds privacy through advanced zero-knowledge proof cryptography. An innovative layer-1, it combines a native UTXO ledger optimized for privacy with an EVM extension for programmability and interoperability. Developers can leverage either model as they build dApps with auditable privacy.
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