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By Julian Paul • Issue #27 • View online
Last week, tons happened in web3. Here are three highlights:
But without further ado, this week’s dose of web3 is broad ↓

one timeless piece
1/ Understanding The Merge, Surge, Verge, Purge, And Splurge 🧵
Discovery Never Ends in Web3
Discovery in web3 is powerful.
Discovery in web3 is powerful.
“…We’re already seeing powerful alternatives pop up in web3. No longer do influencers who play the algorithm right hold the sole reins in determine what you should and shouldn’t be watching/talking about/listening to. Using social graphs like Lens, you can create your own digital circles, and take your followers wherever you go. Projects like ShowtimeNouns, and Gallery enable new collective experiences for NFT enthusiasts where anyone can become a curator. Your experiences in DeFi aren’t limited to a pre-determined list of financial instruments that you’re able to access based on your financial history or credit score…”
Read the full article here by @meowllark.
The different types of ZK-EVMs
Overview of the different types of ZK-EVMs
Overview of the different types of ZK-EVMs
“…Personally, my hope is that everything becomes Type 1 over time, through a combination of improvements in ZK-EVMs and improvements to Ethereum itself to make it more ZK-SNARK-friendly. In such a future, we would have multiple ZK-EVM implementations which could be used both for ZK rollups and to verify the Ethereum chain itself. Theoretically, there is no need for Ethereum to standardize on a single ZK-EVM implementation for L1 use; different clients could use different proofs, so we continue to benefit from code redundancy…“
Read the full article here by @VitalikButerin.
undiscovered products³
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