Welcoming Arbitrum to All That Node — Smart and Secure Scaling for Ethereum
A second generation optimistic rollup solution with higher throughput, faster finality, and more efficient dispute resolutions
December 8th, 2022 — All That Node is proud to announce the arrival of Arbitrum One, one of the most EVM-compatible scaling solutions, to our platform. Our mission is to connect you to Web3 infrastructure and data with ease, and supporting this scaling solution helps take us there by giving developers not only scalability, but also powerful cross-chain functionalities.
❓ So what is an Optimistic Rollup?
One of the methods used to scale Ethereum, optimistic rollups migrate
computation and state storage off-chain. Transactions are therefore executed off-chain, and posted to the Ethereum Mainnet as calldata.
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Developers can now focus on creating applications that make the most of low gas fees, low latency, and greater scalability. Simply access the Mainnet through our RPC nodes to make request calls and get queried data based on the status of the blockchain. Stay tuned for archive nodes soon to be released!
What is Arbitrum One?
Launched in August 2021, Arbitrum One is one of the most popular Layer-2 projects built using optimistic rollup technology.
Termed ‘optimistic’ as it optimistically assumes that parties will behave honestly when incentivized, the Arbitrum One version significantly improved on the original design with advantages such as greater efficiency, reduced latency, stronger liveness guarantees, and better incentive compatibility.
Arbitrum aims to offer users same experience as they have on Ethereum, but with fast transactions, low cost and latency and no compromise on security. In particular, Arbitrum emphasizes the compatibility with Ethereum among layer 2 projects. By running the EVM on-chain and supporting the same API as regular Ethereum nodes, Arbitrum allows users not only to deploy smart contract applications easily, but also develop other blockchain-related services.
Arbitrum’s design has four distinctive features:
- Sequencing followed by deterministic execution
- Geth core
- Separate execution and proof
- Interactive fraud proofs
Arbitrum transactions are predominantly managed by a component called the Sequencer: a specially chosen Arbitrum full node originally tasked with submitting user transactions onto the Layer-2. While the Sequencer is currently one single, centralized unit, the role will eventually be passed onto a distributed committee of sequencers that will have to reach consensus on ordering.
For more information, please refer to this documentation.
Offchain Labs, the company behind the chain, announced that they raised $120M in a series B funding round (a valuation of $1.2B) led by Lightspeed Venture Partners and other backers including Coinbase Ventures, Pantera, Compound and Blocknation.
How to Get Started with Arbitrum on All That Node
- Sign up for an account with us on All That Node.
2. On the Dashboard, click “Create new project,” and select Arbitrum.
3. Name your project, then click “Create.”
4. Almost there!
5. Nice! You now have access to an Arbitrum RPC node.
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Why All That Node?
With an extensive array of experience, DSRV provides the best Web3 infrastructure so developers can simply give their best on the projects they’re building, instead of worrying about Dev/NodeOps, uptime, scaling, etc.
Don’t waste your valuable time and resources. Jump into Web3, free from concerns regarding node maintenance and synchronization.
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About All That Node
All That Node is a multi-chain node & data provider service powered by DSRV. Since 2021, we’ve worked with hundreds of developers and companies, helping scale projects and providing robust and seamless access to 24+ blockchains.
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