New project uses rollups to build Linux-based decentralized computer
Layer-two project Cartesi has unveiled a rollup-centric design for its Cartesi Machine, a Linux-based virtual machine that would allow developers to run any type of computing application secured via blockchains.
Cartesi’s design uses a slightly modified version of Optimistic Rollups, a layer-two technology developed within the ecosystem, to power its virtual machine. In contrast with Optimism’s implementation, which uses this type of rollups primarily to maintain full compatibility with Ethereum smart contracts, Cartesi wants to offer a traditional development environment.
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