Polygon zkEVM has initiated the Audit with two different Audit organizations.
To prepare for the audit, the zkEVM team has co-organized with Scroll and Ethereum Foundation 4 sessions to educate auditors on the system’s architecture, approaches to proving systems and EVM compatibility. The sessions were recorded and now open to the our Community.
Speaking of audit.
Do you think regular users leveraging the polygon network can benefit from an auditing tool that enables them to scan any smart contract on the polygon network?
Currently the only tools out there, requires you to know how to code or at least know how to use a computer terminal aka command line.
Hi, would you still agree with this characterization of where Polygon’s zkEVM sits on the spectrum of zkEVMs?
Scroll’s ZK-EVM project is building toward a Type 2 ZK-EVM, as is Polygon Hermez. That said, neither project is quite there yet; in particular, a lot of the more complicated precompiles have not yet been implemented. Hence, at the moment both projects are better considered Type 3.
Do you have a section in your docs btw that guides builders that have already deployed on Ethereum mainnet (or similar EVM environments such as rollups or EVM sidechains) how they might go about re-deploying their contracts on Polygon’s zkEVM? Any resources on this front would be helpful
Are there ecosystem funds / grants available for pre-existing projects on other EVM chains looking to potentially deploy on testnet with the goal of eventually migrating over to the full-fledged, mainnet rollup?
Also, is this forum the best place for interested builders / devs to keep up-to-date with the latest happenings on polygon’s zkEVM?
Regarding Ecosystem Funds, currently there isn’t an specific program looking at this sort of grants, however we would like to know if there are interesting projects out there that will make a good use case for Polygon zkEVM, we would love to review it.