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breathe like your life depends on it
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The future of OP Stack is open development https://github.com/ethereum-optimism/design-docs/pulls
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gm berlin
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Anybody interested in hacking on custom gas token support for viem? https://github.com/wevm/viem/discussions/2197
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be particular with the narratives you let run in your mind
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What are best practices for custom errors? - When should they include arguments? - Should there be many diff error types or more generic errors that accept arguments to differentiate error cases?
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pump up the gas throughput and stay decentralized by sharding stateless execution. op/acc
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The collective has been shipping Check out this transient storage call context aware key/value store. Safely use transient storage with reentrant calls https://github.com/ethereum-optimism/optimism/blob/develop/packages/contracts-bedrock/src/libraries/TransientContext.sol
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one gigagas for every human on the planet
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today is a good day to celebrate freedom of mind. it's all a choice. the barriers aren't real. we are all gonna make it
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first successful stablecoin business built into op stack gonna hit hard
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zk primitives will enable new mechanisms that we can apply towards coordination failures to reduce cost of operating an effective government. this is how we scale
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everyday. wake up. op/acc. find bottleneck. solve. exercise. get enough sleep. don't let anybody tell you its not possible. op/acc
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We need more Ethereum conspiracy theories
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new yul compiler/superset dropped by warp.io team https://github.com/warpdex/jul
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@bayardo.eth gets the award for first commenter besides me in the specs repo discussions. Who is next? https://github.com/ethereum-optimism/specs/discussions/128
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Curious about address aliasing? We determined that address aliasing between interoperable L2s isn't required https://github.com/ethereum-optimism/specs/issues/76
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We have a full implementation of custom gas token for OP Stack. This enables users to deposit an L1 native ERC20 to L2 where it is used as the native asset https://github.com/ethereum-optimism/optimism/pull/10143
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So I guess you only need to be secure enough so that any hacks can be caught by layer 0 and hackers go to jail https://www.justice.gov/usao-sdny/pr/former-security-engineer-sentenced-three-years-prison-hacking-two-decentralized
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Today we are reducing the codesize of the OptimismPortal. Adding in the custom gas token feature took us over the code size limit. The easiest way to reduce codesize is to convert require statements to custom errors https://github.com/ethereum-optimism/optimism/pull/10117
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