📄️ Proposing MXC Blocks
On MXC zkEVM, the next L2 state is known immediately and deterministically at the time a block is proposed to the zkL1 contract. After a block is proposed, a series of checks are done to compute this post-L2 state:
📄️ Proving MXC Blocks
📄️ IoT LPWAN Protocol
Businesses can establish and manage their own Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) server, which eliminates the need for an administrator for the LPWAN Protocol. This self-operated system requires the locking of six million MXC tokens, which functions similarly to popular blockchain marketplaces like OpenSea or any other protocol.
📄️ Bridge to L1/L2
Bridges are foundational for cross-chain users and applications. There are already Layer-2s like Arbiturm and Taiko that provides better user experiences than ETH. Users might come to another application specific chain, such as MXC (a ZK-rollup IoT focused). To do this, they need to bridge funds over. Notoriously, bridging has been a dangerous operation. How do you make sure that this bridge is secure?
📄️ MXC SupernodeV2
Previous documents published about MXC SupernodeV1
📄️ MXC Stable Coin (V1)
MXC will be the largest Layer-3 IoT solution on Arbitrum ecosystem, bringing tremendous real-world items to NFT world and data to the blockchain. Undoubtedly each real-world item and each piece of data has its own value, and this kind of value is not from pure financial speculations, the value comes from real economy that serves our food, sports, transportation every day.
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📄️ Gas Fee for Layer3
There are two parties a user pays when submitting a tx: