Protocol Jakarta has entered
one of the final phases of token holder voting, with 10 days remaining at the time of publication for the promotion period.
2022 has very much been the year of scaling for the Tezos ecosystem. With Ithaca, we witnessed the introduction of the fast deterministic finality capability via Tenderbake.
Jakarta takes us further along the scaling trajectory and focuses on Layer-2 applications.
That said, protocol Jakarta will introduce
the following feature sets to the Tezos network.
- Transaction Optimistic Rollups (TORUs)
- Liquidity Baking Changes
- Tickets Improvements/Hardening
- Elimination of “Rolls”
- Bug fixes and other
In terms of scaling, there is no doubt TORUs are the talk of the town. These will allow for the exchange of assets, but will not be used in the execution of smart contracts. If you want to learn a bit more about optimistic rollups, check out Arthur Breitman’s chat with Cointelegraph
or this blog article by Nomadic Labs