Polygon Labs Unveils AggLayer to Drive ZK Transition in L2s

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Polygon Labs Unveils AggLayer to Drive ZK Transition in L2s

Polygon Labs has unveiled an interoperability protocol, AggLayer, to drive zero-knowledge (ZK) proof network transitions amongst Layer 2 (L2s). The first version of AggLayer will go live on February 23 to enable developers to understand its tech stack and connect their respective blockchains.

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Mark your calendars for the Aggregation Day virtual event. Dive into the tech behind the AggLayer, discover what you can achieve with it, and understand the importance of aggregation while learning what comes next. AggLayer v1 Mainnet is going… pic.twitter.com/aCemYmwHmt

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The AggLayer, short for “Aggregation Layer”, aims for unified liquidity and interoperability for L2s. This is a crucial component of Polygon Labs’s second iteration, Polygon 2.0, which aims to drive the ZK network transition for enhanced efficiency and reduced costs.

Another crucial piece of Polygon 2.0 was introduced a week ago – Type 1 Prover. Type 1 Prover is a zero-knowledge Ethereum Virtual Machine (zkEVM) that allows developers to create L2 auxiliary ch...


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Polygon Labs Unveils AggLayer to Drive ZK Transition in L2s