Multiple Optimistic Rollup structure

Multiple Optimistic Rollup Solutions

At TPA, we are perpetually exploring and validating innovative technologies. To comprehend why TPA has embraced the use of Optimistic Roll-up solutions, it is essential to first acknowledge the motivation behind this choice.

In Ethereum's Layer 1 architecture, a plethora of scalability challenges emerged. Despite the growing demand among users and developers for swift transactions, Ethereum faced limitations in delivering the desired transaction speeds, leading to a mismatch of expectations.

Addressing this critical challenge became a top priority during the design phase of TPA. After careful evaluation, Optimistic Roll-ups emerged as the most dependable solution to tackle Ethereum's scalability issues.

Conventional Layer 2 solutions are significantly influenced by Ethereum's underlying infrastructure, which poses challenges because Ethereum is designed as a multipurpose blockchain rather than one optimized explicitly for gaming.

In response to this and to ensure the independence of the Verse Layer, TPA has implemented a Multiple Optimistic Rollup framework. This architectural approach deviates from the conventional notion that a majority of transactions occur at Layer 1. Games demand rapid transactions, and features like the Verse Layer enhance the stability of the Central Layer, setting TPA apart in its uniqueness.

Overcoming EVM Limitations

The Ethereum Virtual Machines (EVMs) are not without their inherent limitations in design.

While compatibility with Ethereum opens up opportunities to utilize numerous tools and libraries in development, the EVM's fundamental model is defined within a single core. This design characteristic introduces performance constraints, making scalability and transaction processing limitations unavoidable. This can be particularly disadvantageous for game developers seeking high Transaction Per Second (TPS) rates.

However, in the realm of TPA, you can circumvent TPS limitations by seamlessly connecting various "Unity" components through Multiple Optimistic Rollups. This approach allows for the assembly of multiple machines to achieve the desired performance levels and elasticity. The organic connection between these components is facilitated through the establishment of WebSockets, enabling Unity to serve as a scaling solution for high-speed transactions.

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