Technology

As Web3 continues to evolve, a variety of new technologies have emerged in the space, including oracles, Layer 2 solutions, multi-signature wallets, inscriptions, and account abstractions.Understanding and mastering these new technologies will enable participants to better capitalize on industry trends and uncover wealth opportunities.

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The Evolution of Data Access in Web3
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The Evolution of Data Access in Web3

Data is the key to blockchain technology and the foundation for developing decentralized applications (dApps). While much of the current discussion revolves around data availability: ensuring that every network participant has access to recent transaction data for verification. But there is another equally important aspect that is often overlooked: data accessibility. DFG Official introduces the basic logic and major players of this track in this report.
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State of Optimistic Proof - Will ZK Replace it?
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State of Optimistic Proof - Will ZK Replace it?

The optimistic proof system is currently the most prevalent in the Rollup ecosystem, but it remains uncertain whether this dominance will continue in the future. Four Pillars has written an article analyzing and interpreting the current market status of optimistic proofs, the challenges they face, and the potential solutions.
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Cryptography Says FHE is the Next Step for ZK
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Cryptography Says FHE is the Next Step for ZK

Ethereum's need to scale has led to the development of Layer 2 solutions, with ZK/OP rollups emerging as key players, forming a short-term OP and long-term ZK consensus, highlighting ARB, OP, zkSync, and StarkNet as major contenders. Web3 users prioritize privacy only when it provides economic value. FHE's encryption cost further burdens the already low on-chain efficiency, and large-scale adoption is feasible only when significant benefits justify the cost. For institutional clients needing public blockchains but unwilling to disclose all information, FHE's ability to display and trade ciphertext is more suitable than ZKP.
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Render Network: Linking global GPU energy and leading a new revolution in 3D rendering
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Render Network: Linking global GPU energy and leading a new revolution in 3D rendering

Render Network uses smart contracts to build a decentralized rendering service ecosystem and utilizes distributed computing resources. This process not only increases rendering efficiency, but also reduces costs, provides high-quality rendering results, and achieves more efficient resources. Utilization enables creators to cost-effectively access GPU resources. Repost the original title:Render Network: Linking global GPU energy and leading a new revolution in 3D rendering
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Exploring the Technical Features and Smart Contract Development of TON
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Exploring the Technical Features and Smart Contract Development of TON

TON presents a high technical barrier and its DApp development model differs greatly from mainstream blockchain protocols. Web3Mario provides an in-depth analysis of TON’s core design concepts, its infinite sharding mechanism, actor-model-based smart contracts, and fully parallel execution environment.
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How SUAVE Can Address Builder Centralization
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How SUAVE Can Address Builder Centralization

Ethereum has always been considered one of the most decentralized networks, but the issue of builder centralization is becoming increasingly serious. Crypto KOL 100y explores the progress Flashbots has made in addressing the negative externalities of MEV on Ethereum and examines how SUAVE ultimately aims to solve issues related to MEV, including builder centralization.
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Introducing the CAKE framework
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Introducing the CAKE framework

The current default crypto user experience ensures that users are always aware of which network they are interacting with. In contrast, internet users can find out which cloud provider they are engaging with. We refer to this approach to blockchain as chain abstraction. Cross-chain value transfers will be achieved with low fees through token-authorized bridging and fast execution through speed or price races between solvers. Information transmission will be routed through message bridges compatible with the ecosystem, minimizing user costs and maximizing speed through wallet-controlled platforms.
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Blockchain Profitability & Issuance - Does It Matter?
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Blockchain Profitability & Issuance - Does It Matter?

In the field of blockchain investment, the profitability of PoW (Proof of Work) and PoS (Proof of Stake) blockchains has always been a topic of significant interest. Crypto influencer Donovan has written an article exploring the profitability models of these blockchains, particularly focusing on the differences between Ethereum and Solana, and analyzing whether blockchain profitability should be a key concern for investors.
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What is the Center of Gravity (COG) Oscillator Strategy?
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What is the Center of Gravity (COG) Oscillator Strategy?

This article explains the COG strategy, including its definition, how it works, implementation methods, pros and cons, and practical examples to help readers understand and use this strategy effectively.
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Stargate Finance: Bridging Chains for Unlimited Liquidity
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Stargate Finance: Bridging Chains for Unlimited Liquidity

Built on the LayerZero protocol, Stargate Finance enables interaction between different blockchains. With Stargate, you can swap USDT on Ethereum for USDC on Arbitrum in a single transaction, and it supports many other chains. Users can earn STG tokens by providing liquidity and participating in platform governance, or stake STG tokens for governance involvement. Leveraging LayerZero technology and Delta algorithms, Stargate Finance ensures efficient, secure cross-chain asset transfers and liquidity management. Its unified liquidity pool and instant transaction confirmation greatly enhance user experience and blockchain interoperability.
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"Decentralized Sorter" Debuts, Morph's Self-Incentivizing Flywheel Explained
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"Decentralized Sorter" Debuts, Morph's Self-Incentivizing Flywheel Explained

The decentralized sorter is a complete reshaping of the L2 economic system. It's like a baton, directly determining which developers and DApps are attracted to the application layer, and indirectly influencing the direction and foundation of the entire L2 ecosystem.
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Priority Is All You Need
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Priority Is All You Need

Paradigm's research director Dan Robinson and research partner Dave White propose imposing taxes on Miner Extractable Value (MEV). They suggest capturing MEV by levying fees based on transaction priority fees through smart contracts. The article discusses the limitations of MEV taxes and potential solutions, including incentive incompatibility, the complete block problem, recovered transactions, and user intent leakage.
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Understanding the Keltner Channel
Beginner

Understanding the Keltner Channel

In cryptocurrency and financial markets, technical analysis tools are essential for making informed investment decisions. This article explores the Keltner Channel indicator, explaining its application principles, pros and cons, and comparing it with other technical indicators to help readers better understand and use this tool effectively.
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In-depth Analysis of Two ZK Vulnerabilities
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In-depth Analysis of Two ZK Vulnerabilities

This article provides an in-depth analysis of two potential vulnerabilities in Zero-Knowledge Proof (ZKP) systems: the "Load8 Data Injection Attack" and the "Forgery Return Attack." The article details the technical specifics of these vulnerabilities, how they can be exploited, and the methods for fixing them. Additionally, it discusses the lessons learned from discovering these vulnerabilities during the auditing and formal verification processes of ZK systems and suggests best practices for ensuring the security of ZK systems.
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The Art of Naming Crypto Projects: How Far Can They Go to Be Memorable?
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The Art of Naming Crypto Projects: How Far Can They Go to Be Memorable?

This article delves into two potential vulnerabilities in zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) systems: "Load8 Data Injection Attack" and "Fake Return Attack." It describes these vulnerabilities in detail, how they can be exploited, and methods for fixing them. It also discusses lessons learned from discovering these vulnerabilities during the auditing and formal verification processes of ZK systems, along with proposing best practices to ensure ZK system security.
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