Zilliqa to execute EVM adaptability on mainnet

It will be the 25th of April, 2023, when Zilliqa will be executing the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) adaptability on the mainnet. This will see it moving in the direction of creating further acceptance, as well as the overall growth pattern of the ecosystem. This scenario will witness the Solidity apps receiving conventional backing, as well as becoming more convenient to create on the cost-effective and higher-capacity Zilliqa network. 

There will also be the possibility of making use of sought-after wallets, such as the MetaMask, having conventional ZIL tokens. At the present moment in time, the team involved in the development of blockchain is putting in all its effort to create the base for Zilliqa 2.0.

In the beginning, the complete execution of EVM adaptability on the Zilliqa network will provide the opportunity to users to be able to shift ZIL tokens conventionally, with the utilization of the EVM dApps, as well as wallets, sans any complicated conversion procedures. Following this, there will be total interoperability between Scilla and Solidity measures in terms of fungible tokens, NFTs, and others. 

In the case of Zilliqa 2.0, it will hold onto all of the features existing on the present type of the Zilliqa network. The work will be carried out on the overall capability, as well as its usefulness. The aim and idea are to create a blockchain that is able to be conveniently positioned, upgradeable, and delivered fast. 

The aim is also for Zilliqa to be able to provide quicker finality, as well as enhanced upgradability, with the help of a fresh sharding method. Zilliqa 2.0 will have the complete backing for Scilla, as well as the EVM, and upon positioning in the form of a mainnet network upgrade, it will provide users the exposure to no hiccups, as well as conflicting situations where their operations are concerned. 

One of the significant features will be a trader for enabling validators and miners to carry out value-added tasks like the checking of contracts, as well as parallelized transaction executions, on-chain accounts, proxy gas, and a lot more.


The aim of Zilliqa 2.0 is not only to develop a cost-effective, efficient blockchain network architecture but also to do away with the requirement for downtime because of updates and provide users the opportunity of being able to carry out upgrades on their applications.           

Roxanne Williams

Roxanne Williams has recently joined as a market reporter for CryptoNewsZ - the 24/7 crypto news site, where she produces recent stories, technical analysis and price updates on world's leading cryptocurrencies.

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