Releasing Reth 1.0!

Reth is now feature-complete, stable, and recommended for production usage and staking. []

by The Reth Team, Georgios Konstantopoulos on Jun 26, 2024

Paradigm Fellowship 2024

We’re launching the 2024 Paradigm Fellowship, a program to gather crypto’s most formidable young engineers and researchers. []

by Georgios Konstantopoulos, Doug Feagin, Charlie Noyes on Jun 25, 2024

Releasing Revmc

Accelerating the EVM by compiling to native code. []

by DaniPopes, Georgios Konstantopoulos on Jun 20, 2024

Releasing Alloy

After a year of development we're excited to release Alloy, an ecosystem of performant, well-tested and well-documented libraries for interacting with EVM-baesd blockchains. []

by Georgios Konstantopoulos, James Prestwich, Matthias Seitz, DaniPopes, Yash Atreya, Zerosnacks, Enrique Ortiz on Jun 18, 2024

Announcing Paradigm's Third Fund

Paradigm has raised our third fund: an $850M venture fund focused on crypto projects at the earliest stages. []

by Matt Huang on Jun 13, 2024

From Staking to Restaking

Introducing Symbiotic, a generalized, permissionless protocol providing shared security through restaking. []

by Arjun Balaji, Dave White, Georgios Konstantopoulos on Jun 11, 2024

Priority Is All You Need

In this post, we introduce MEV taxes, a mechanism that arbitrary applications can use to capture their own MEV. This mechanism could be used today on OP Stack L2s like OP Mainnet, Base, and Blast, because the block proposers on those chains follow a set of rules we call competitive priority ordering. []

by Dan Robinson, Dave White on Jun 04, 2024

How to Raise the Gas Limit, Part 2: History Growth

The goal of this blogpost series is to develop a scientific approach for understanding and enacting Ethereum's scaling roadmap. []

by Storm Slivkoff, Georgios Konstantopoulos on May 07, 2024

Reth Execution Extensions

Build real-time, high-performance, zero-operations off-chain infrastructure on top of Reth []

by Georgios Konstantopoulos on May 03, 2024

Fig: Frame Interface Guidelines

Fig is a set of open-source guidelines & templates for building Frames with a consistently great user experience. []

by Achal Srinivasan, Georgios Konstantopoulos, awkweb, jxom on May 02, 2024