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1 Million TPS with EVM Rollup?

Now that the first alpha version of the EVM rollup is released - I wonder if it is possible to achieve with this EVM rollup also 1 million TPS? Or are there certain limitations in this kernel design ...
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How will DAL change Rollup message processing?

How will DAL change Rollup message processing? Will current kernels still work with inbox/outbox etc.? Question from Asbjorn.
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Cannot successfully compile the examples of kernel-gallery

I want to try the kernel-gallery, but can not successfully compile the examples on a fresh install of an debian10 system. I always the get the following error, when applying the steps in the readme: ...
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Is there documentation on moving tickets off of the transaction smart rollup (tx-kernel)?

Is there documentation on moving tickets off of the transaction smart rollup (tx-kernel)? Specifically, move tickets from an address on the tx-rollup to an implicit address on layer one. I imaging the ...
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Difference between Data Availability Committee (DAC) and Data Availability Layer (DAL)

'DAC' is an off-chain mechanism to keep data available for verification, which relies on a trusted set of data providers. 'DAL' serves data like a DAC, but is a public good provided by the protocol ...
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I read that it is necessary to have a synthetic tezos token on L2. Why is it not possible to use simple Tezos XTZ?

I read that it is necessary to have a synthetic tezos token on L2. Why is it not possible to use simple Tezos XTZ? Question from Agora
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DAC code - It seems that the flow is to read the data from the reveal channel and write it to storage?

Digging into the DAC code. It seems that the flow is to read the data from the reveal channel and write it to storage. So then to use that data i must read it again. Why read it, write it, and read it ...
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What is the meaning of predecessor in the info? is it the latest finalized block?

What is the meaning of predecessor in the info? is it the latest finalized block? Or the one before that? Question from Slack
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I'm trying to test my kernel with the debugger. I want to pass a bytes ticket as an internal transfer. How do I encode this in the inputs.json?

I'm trying to test my kernel with the debugger. I want to pass a bytes ticket as an internal transfer. How do I encode this in the inputs.json? And how do I discover this information? Can i use octez-...
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RE: Rollup - how should I think about adding a prefix?

Alright, having a basic kernel working (counter example) I want to start consuming more complex (external) messages. Can I produce example message doing something like this? echo '{ "n": 2, &...
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Internal vs. external messages; Internal are sendt from L1 (some smart contract call or similar)?

Internal vs. external messages; Internal are sendt from L1 (some smart contract call or similar) ?? And external are sendt directly to a rollup node from users…? Question from Slack
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What is the rough scheme to verify the outbox message proof?

What is the rough scheme to verify the outbox message proof? (or please point me to the code) Do I understand correctly that it is a merkle inclusion proof of a given message to a particular ...
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We keep reading about 1M TPS on Layer2 but wouldnt that be super expensive? Alone for every rollup to lock 10k Tezos sounds not realistic?

We keep reading about 1M TPS on Layer2 but wouldnt that be super expensive? Alone for every rollup to lock 10k Tezos sounds not realistic? Question from Agora
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I read often that SCORU is superior compared to other Layer 2 solutions. But I would like to know the facts, why is that the case?

I read often that SCORU is superior compared to other Layer 2 solutions (e.g. Arbitrum, Optimism, Polygon). But I would like to know the facts, why is that the case? Question from Agora
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I keep hearing that TPS are not a problem but the latency - its possible to increase TPS but not latency. Why?

I keep hearing that TPS are not a problem but the latency - its possible to increase TPS but not latency. Why? And All transactions are still submitted to L1 before reaching the sequencer for L2. If ...
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What is the maximum number of operations the inbox can contain?

What is the maximum number of operations the inbox can contain? Question from Pierre-Louis from Slack.
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How does transaction fees work for a rollup?

How does transaction fees work for a rollup? I mean, who pays for the L1 tx when the rollup syncs? Or when a rollup sends outbox messages to L1?
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1 Million TPS on Rollup with Michelson enabled VM

Now that Baking Bad released Tezos on tezos: smart rollup enabled with Michelson VM - I wonder if it is possible to achieve with this Michelson rollup 1 million TPS? Or are there certain limitations ...
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The rollup outputs could be normal calls to L1 smart contracts. Who is the sender and origin of those calls?

The rollup outputs could be normal calls to L1 smart contracts. Who is the sender and origin of those calls? I understand that anyone can execute them. Do smart contracts have a way to know if the ...
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What happens if there is a new rollup deployed today and there is no nodes ready to check their commitments in the next two weeks?

What happens if there is a new rollup deployed today and there is no nodes ready to check their commitments in the next two weeks? Will they be automatically cemented after 2 weeks, even nobody ...
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How the rollups know that a given message in the inbox is for them and not for another rollup

One thing that is not clear to me is how the rollups know that a given message in the inbox is for them and not for another rollup. It seems that the messages have no target address? Source of ...
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How can we commit assets to a rollup?

so what I’m wondering, is how can we commit assets to a rollup? Specifically FA2 NTFs. And how can we manage some properties on them via the rollup that will reflect on L1 when the rollups syncs…? ...
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Transactions are still submitted to L1 before reaching the sequencer for L2/ a rollup?

All transactions are still submitted to L1 before reaching the sequencer for L2. If this is the case then I still need to wait 15s for every operation to be submitted? So my understanding is that ...
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SCORU securidty deposit

I read a couple times in conversations that deploying a SCORU will cost 10k Tezos as security deposit. But I cannot find it in the articles. Can you confirm that please? Or does every L2 validator ...
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Epoxy zk-rollup difference

I have two questions about Epoxy: How does a zk-rollup on Tezos differ to the Smart Contract Optimistic Rollups? Will this make SCORU obsolete? I read that it is possible to test Epoxy zk-rollups on ...
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Many Smart Rollups - Interopability

I read about SCORU and listented to last Teztalk with Yann about rollups but I am still unsure about one thing: Lets say I have a rollup and I see an influx of users and need to scale up. I can simply ...
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