Leading layer 2 projects integrate Avail’s data availability layer

    Arbitrum, Optimism, Polygon, StarkWare, and zkSync integrate the data availability layer from the Avail modular blockchain.

    According to the announcement from the Avail team, the integration is designed to help developers build more scalable, cost-effective, and composable networks.

    The new functionality will become available following Avail’s upcoming mainnet launch, which is expected in the coming weeks.

    Avail said it works closely with OP Labs to ensure integration with the Optimism ecosystem.

    Orbit developers can leverage Avail’s data availability (DA) layer instead of relying on an external Data Availability Committee.

    Avail DA will also integrate with the Polygon Chain Development Kit, and the StarkWare collaboration will integrate with the Madera rollup framework. Avail DA integrates with ZK Stack from zkSync.

    Avail is positioned as a data availability layer for Optimism, Validium, and other solutions running on top of it. The technology will allow DA to be hosted and validated off-chain, serving as a key component of the modular network design concept.

    The solution is designed to reduce blockchain load by moving data and increasing scalability “across the board.” This approach ensures the security and correctness of transactions, ensuring the reliability of operations outside the main Ethereum network.

    On April 24, the project team launched Turing, an environment for testing scalability and other important aspects of the mainnet.

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