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Buterin says that the development of the second layer of Ethereum was “basically” successful

Ethereum’s co-founder, Vitalik Buterin, said that The first rollout of the scale 2 Ethereum blockchain was “basically” successful.

In one Tweet on June 1, Buterin explained that The first work on Ethereum’s secondary scalability solutions is almost complete.

To support his claim, Buterin a Tweet by Ethereum researcher Philippe Castonguay, who listed a number of relevant Ethereum advancements and second-level scalability solutions that have recently been released.

Buterin says that the development of the second layer of Ethereum was “basically” successful
Buterin says that the development of the second layer of Ethereum was “basically” successful

Castonguay he showed that the blockchain development company StarkWare has introduced its secondary scalability solution, as has the blockchain company LoopRing.

According to StarkWare, the second-tier solution tries to take into account both the scalability and the data protection restrictions of the blockchains in which it is integrated.. In addition, the company hopes, as Cointelegraph reported in late February, that its technology could also fix the vulnerability of central exchanges.

The researcher also found that Indian blockchain company Matic has just released its second layer of Ethereum scalability.

Buterin said Ethereum’s second tier scalability solutions are almost ready and their use is mainly limited to payments and decentralized exchange. Proposed that Second level scalability solutions should be used for token transfers and decentralized exchange. since they a important part of transactions in the Ethereum network.

Buterin also noted that the blockchain company Optimism has launched a demo that supports the full potential of Ethereum Smart contracts in their network.

The co-founder of Ethereum came to Conclusion of what The current challenge is that users can successfully use the wallets that support these scalability solutions. It says: “This is an adoption challenge, not a technical challenge“”

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