ZKLC stands for Zero-Knowledge Light Clients. ZK Light Clients allow us to prove the validity of a transaction, by constructing a zk-proof of its validity which can then be cheaply verified by everyone. Verifiers no longer have to run full consensus.
Vitalik Buterin recently made a Reddit post about the limits of blockchain interoperability, and why cross-chain bridges won’t work. In this article, we attempt to assuage some of those concerns. Let’s dive deeper.
In Electron Protocol, while verifying a blockheader using a Light Client, we postulate that instead of verifying 1000’s signatures from all validators, we can verify signatures from a subset of all validators containing just 19 validators, provided…
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