Whitepaper : briefly mentions a “Danksharding-based data availability layer”
(I would have added more links in the above list but I’m currently limited to 2 links per post.)
Curious to learn more! Cheers.
EDIT: Specifically: Which DA solution are you using? Does it differ in any way from Ethereum’s proposed DA roadmap? Could you point to a technical document or white paper? We here at Espresso are conducting R&D into the DA landscape and are curious to get a deep dive on what different projects are doing.
here is a thread i wrote about eigenda, talked a bit about how it is different from other data availability service like the one from celestia :
also from what i know, eigenda is standing on the shoulders of giants aka danksharding of ethereum researchers and the eigenlayer team is building the whole engineering around it.
some additional numbers, the node bandwidth of ethereum after proto dank sharding will be 2 MB/s and the data rate 83 KB/s.
thats great but we have to be more bullish on crypto specially when you think about things like social and games, afaik eigenda testnet is getting 0.3 MB/s as node bandwidth and 15 MB/s of data rate for 100 nodes …
Hi, I’m wondering if someone can give me some more insight on what slashing conditions apply to a DA system like EigenDA. I’m not super well-versed in DA, but I imagine there must be something like double signing. Is there anything else that nodes can do to corrupt the DA system which needs to be slashed for?