Acording to the reports, next week Polygon Labs launches the audit-upgraded testnet of Polygon zkEVM. The testnet has resamblance with the real-time system with no permission, anyone access, no whitelist, real assets, and work verifiers that the mainnet beta testnet showed.
Polygon Labs Launches the Audit-Upgraded Testnet of Polygon zkEVM
In addition to security audits, Polygon zkEVM will support Etherscan and FFLONK after deploying an audit-upgraded testnet. Testnet users do not have to do anything at this time. Polygon Labs will provide essential information including the chainID for redeploying on a new network once a concrete date for the audit-upgraded testnet is announced.
Earlier the last week Polygon Labs revealed Polygon zkEVM Mainnet Beta‘s release date. Before launching Mainnet Beta, Polygon Labs announced that its aim is to provide users to take advantage of certain significant changes that the security audit of Polygon zkEVM, which has been underway since December, brought about.
It ıs worth noting that the gold-standard block explorer for browsing verified Ethereum blocks Etherscan will also support Polygon zkEVM after the launch of the audit-upgraded testnet. Without any doubt, the performance of verifiers will be significantly improved by FFLONK, a protocol for ZK-SNARK with a globally trusted setup.
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