Nautilus, the blockchain technology company, has announced its latest development to deploy a parallelized zk-EVM, which is set to revolutionize the way smart contracts are executed on the blockchain. This move is expected to increase the speed and efficiency of the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) while also making it more scalable. With Nautilus leading the way in parallelized zk-EVM, the future of blockchain technology is looking brighter than ever. Stay tuned for more updates on the latest advancements in this exciting field.
Nautilus and Eclipse Partner Up to Launch High-Throughput Chain with DeFi Capabilities
In a new collaboration, Nautilus and Eclipse are launching a high-throughput chain with built-in payment capabilities. Their goal is to fuel DeFi-related projects that can serve customers efficiently. Both companies bring essential components to the table, with Eclipse providing access to cutting-edge capabilities that pave the way for a seamless, high-throughput zk-EVM rollout.
While a list of projects has yet to be announced, Zebec is suspected to be among the first deployments under the partnership. This will bring over 20,000 daily active users, a significant boost to the platform. Other projects on the list include Questbook and Poseidon Swap, though not necessarily in the order of their release. There are over 80 projects that could be deployed on the Nautilus chain, making it a powerful tool for developers.
Nautilus is unique in the way it functions, being backed by SVM and employing Neon EVM. Sealevel Virtual Machine (SVM) is the EVM bytecode interpreter that functions underneath, with Neon EVM leveraging the capabilities of proxy nodes to relay EVM transactions to it. Sputnik VM executes EVM transactions, after which the state is stored in SVM accounts for higher SVM parallelism. Celestia ensures data availability for the chain. This ensures that users get their hands on EVM wallets and their tools, with the speed of SVM available throughout the session.
The current deployment on Nautilus can process over 2,000 transactions per second. It can be assumed that Nautilus is an optimistic rollup on a chain that is being settled by circulating fraud proofs on the layer. Eclipse provides the perfect piece of the puzzle that Nautilus has been trying to solve, allowing the addition of zk features in the execution layer and the ability to switch to a zk-rollup after successful deployment.
By allowing gas fee redistribution and payment for gas in $ZBC, Eclipse has opened the door for Nautilus in its ecosystem. Users can now conveniently move their data layers via Nautilus, with the future holding even more dynamic features.
Eclipse has also saved Nautilus by meeting the basic need for a team of infrastructure experts to ensure a good amount of uptime and better implement chain upgrades. The team employed will be responsible for developing and rolling out features from the ground up, with infrastructure riding high on its potential for manual deployment by a team that can write its logic.
The roadmap for Nautilus’ future is backed by the zk-EVM rollup that uses the RISC Zero Proof system. There is a possibility that the chain may directly implement the BRF circuit, making it an even more powerful tool for developers looking to create DeFi applications.