Nothing to Hide

Horizen launches testnet for modular proof verification chain

Ukraine seizes $19,500 from crypto wallet dedicated to supporting Russian forces

Horizen launches testnet for modular proof verification chain

Horizen, a prominent player in the blockchain space, has achieved a major milestone with the deployment of the testnet of its proof verification chain.

This advancement represents a significant step forward in redefining blockchain efficiency through innovative technologies such as ZK proof verification and settlement layers.

Horizen’s proof verification chain

The introduction of Horizen’s proof verification chain on testnet marks a groundbreaking development in the realm of blockchain technology. It is the first of its kind in the web3 space.

At its core lies a revamped mainchain powered by Substrate, providing a robust foundation for the network’s operations.

The proof verification chain facilitates seamless exchange and verification processes, leveraging ZK proofs for enhanced efficiency and reduced costs in zk rollups and appchains.

A key component of this modular proof verification network is the Polygon zk-EVM Rollup, which plays a pivotal role in generating and submitting proofs to Horizen’s verification chain, thereby streamlining the validation process.

Looking ahead, Horizen is committed to further enhancing the capabilities of its proof verification chain. One of the primary objectives is to enhance compatibility with zkStack, a crucial aspect for expanding interoperability and market reach.

By aligning with zkStack standards, Horizen aims to solidify its position as a leader in the modular blockchain space.

Additionally, Horizen plans to open up access to the public, allowing community members to actively participate by running testnet nodes and becoming validators. This inclusive approach not only fosters community engagement but also provides valuable feedback for continuous improvement and refinement of the proof verification chain.

The post Horizen launches testnet for modular proof verification chain appeared first on Invezz