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2021.12.01 22:30 Ooftmoontime What is Ethereum? A guide for beginners

What is Ethereum? A guide for beginners I wanted to create this post as we often get told that BTC and ETH are safe investments. However, I believe that if you put your money into something you should understand the underlying technology behind this asset. This is some research on the Ethereum network and it's native ETH token aimed at giving beginners a primer. I'm uploading this to ascertain my own degree of knowledge so if anyone sees any issues or over-simplifications please let me know! I hope to do this with other popular networks. A lot of this information was gathered from reading various articles on the web. Special mention for the section on Layer 2 scaling solutions - most of this information was gained from watching the Finematics Youtube channel.
Ethereum Network
  • Decentralised, open source blockchain with smart contract functionality
  • Can be through of as 3 layers built on top of each other:
  1. Ethereum blockchain layer
  2. Smart contracts which use the programming language Solidity
    1. For example this could include: Mark and Bob send 5 Eth to Jack, if this occurs then automatically send 2 Eth from Jack to Alice
    2. Smart contracts may also be leveraged to create new tokens
    3. An issue with smart contracts is that since the code is visible to all, bugs are obvious and are not quickly fixed. This has been exploited once before in the 2016 attack on DAO
  3. dApps, DeFi, etc. which Ethereum users can interact with
  • It currently runs using a PoW blockchain which is slow and has resulted in high transaction fees – this is currently being remedied with the Ethereum 2.0 update which will transition to a PoS system
  • Each node within the Ethereum network communicates with a small number of nodes within the network known as its peers
    • When a node wants to include a new transaction in the blockchain it sends the transaction to its peers and this is then propagated throughout the network
    • Certain nodes (miners) maintain a list of all new transactions and use them to create new blocks, which are then sent to the network
    • As the network is non-hierarchical a node can receive competing blocks, which may form competing chains
    • The network achieves consensus by following the “longest-chain rule” – stating that the chain with the most blocks at any given time is the canonical chain
  • Ethereum Virtual Machine = Runtime environment for transactions executed in Ethereum, enabling network Conesus
Ethereum 2.0
  • This is a major upgrade to the Ethereum network set to be released by ~2022
  • The main purpose is to increase transaction throughput for the network from its current ~15 transactions/second to up to ~10,000/second
  • It aims to achieve this via SHARDING – the process of splitting work into multiple blockchains and then having them all share a common PoS blockchain. This means that any malicious tampering with any singular chain which would require tampering with the common consensus from the main chain (too difficult)
  • It will be launched in 3 phases:
  1. Phase 0/Beacon Chain = Launched on 1/12/2020 with creation of the Beacon Chain, a PoS blockchain that will act as the central coordination and consensus hub of Eth 2.0
  2. Phase 1/The merge = Merge of the Beacon chain with the current Eth network, transitioning the consensus mechanism from PoW to PoS
  3. Phase 2/Shard chains = Implementation of shard chains with Eth 1.0 set to become one of the shards of Eth 2.0, with a total of 64 blockchains
  • This is a unit of account within the EVM which is used in the calculation of a transaction fee (the amount of ETH that must be sent to pay the miner who includes the transaction on the blockchain)
  • The higher the gas price the more incentive the miner has to include the transaction in their block
  • Gas prices are denominated in Gwei (1 Gwei = 10-9 ETH)

  • ERC-20 token Standard
    • This allows for the creation of fungible tokens on the Ethereum blockchain
    • It utilises smart contracts and provides functionality such as transferring tokens between nodes
    • Fees to send ERC-20 tokens must be paid with Ether
  • NFTs
  • DeFI
    • Offers traditional financial instruments in a decentralised way, free from any one centralised authority
    • These can be accessed via web-based extensions such as MetaMask, allowing the user to directly interact with the Ethereum blockchain
    • Examples include MakerDao, Compound, Uniswap

Layer 1 vs Layer 2 scaling
  • Layer 1 vs Layer 2 Scaling
    • Layer 1 represents the base consensus layer of the algorithm, and Layer 2 solutions don’t require any changes in the consensus layer, but by anchoring to Layer 1 they leverage its security
    • Layer 1 of Ethereum can process ~15 transactions/second, layer 2 solutions could expand this to 2000-4000 tx/second
    • The benefits of layer 2 solutions is that they greatly improve transaction speed and transaction throughout whilst reducing gas fees \

  • Channels
    • These allow participants to exchange multiple transactions off-chain whilst submitting only two transactions to the base layer
    • The most popular type = state channels (and their subtype payment channels)
    • There are 2 problems with channels - 1) they don’t offer open participation, 2) channels are application-specific and cannot be used to scale general-purpose smart contracts
    • The main project leveraging state channels on Ethereum is Raiden
  • Plasma
    • This is a framework for building scalable applications on Ethereum
    • It leverages the use of smart contracts and Markle trees to enable the creation of unlimited numbers of child chains (copies of the parent Ethereum blockchain)
    • This offloading of transactions increases throughput + speed
    • An issue with this - 1) people have to wait a long time to withdraw their funds from Layer 2, 2_ cannot be used to scale general-purpose smart contracts
    • OMG network have their own version of Plasma known as MoreViable Plasma
    • Polygon is another example of a platform using their own version of Plasma
  • Sidechains
    • These are Ethereum-compatible, independent blockchains with their own consensus mechanisms and security
    • Interoperability is possible by using the EVM, meaning that contracts deployed to the Ethereum base layer can be directly deployed to the side chain
    • An example is xDai

  • Rollups
    • These provide scaling by bundling/“rolling up” side chain transactions into a single transactions and generating a cryptographic proof
    • This proof is known as SNARK (Succinct non-interactive argument of knowledge)
    • Only the SNARK is submitted to the base layer
    • Rollups allow all transaction + execution states to be handled in the maintain, whilst the Ethereal maintain stores the transaction data
    • 2 types - Zk rollups & Optimistic Rollups
    • Zk rollups are faster and more efficient, but do not provide an easy way for existing smart contracts to migrate to Layer 2. The 2 major Zk rollups = Loopring + Diversifi
    • Optimistic Rollups run an EVM-compatible virtual machine (OVM) which facilitates the execution of smart contracts that exist on the Ethereum base chain. Major one = Optimism
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