The AVS computing layer based on EigenLayer

By integrating powerful computing resources with EigenLayer's re-staking mechanism, Lumoz has created an efficient and secure computing service ecosystem. This innovation not only enhances the computational power and security of the blockchain network but also provides more application scenarios and value for developers and users. Through zkProver and zkVerifier, Lumoz brings unprecedented innovation and value to the blockchain field, driving technological advancements across the entire industry.

The Lumoz computational layer architecture is a highly integrated and collaborative system, with its main components and functions as follows:

  • Ethereum: Utilizes the EigenLayer standard to build Active Verification Services (AVS). Enhances AVS security through EigenLayer's token staking mechanism.

  • EVM Chain: Supports a diverse blockchain environment compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), including but not limited to Polygon zkEVM, Polygon CDK, ZKStack, and Scroll, ensuring broad compatibility and scalability.

  • Lumoz AVS Oracle: Responsible for retrieving and storing data from EVM-compatible chains, ensuring high data availability and integrity, thus providing a solid data foundation for the computational layer.

  • Lumoz Chain: Serves as the core management layer of the entire computational layer, responsible for task scheduling, reward distribution, and the management of zkProver and zkVerifier, including but not limited to the processes of node addition and removal.

  • zkProver: Nodes that perform specific computational tasks.

  • zkVerifier: Verification nodes that validate the execution results.

Through the close collaboration of these modules, the Lumoz computational layer not only provides a secure and efficient computing environment but also lays a solid foundation for future expansion and upgrades through its modular design.

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