Opside is Now Lumoz，Initiating the ZK-RaaS Era
Lumoz’s Vision: Making ZK-Rollup Within Reach
Towards the “Light,” Lumoz has a bright future
Supporting more zkEVM types: Currently, Lumoz (formerly Opside) supports zkEVM types such as Polygon zkEVM and zkSync, with plans to support Scroll, StarkNet, and others in Q4. By continuously expanding support for zkEVM types, Lumoz (formerly Opside) aims to meet the needs of different developers and projects, thereby promoting widespread adoption of ZK-Rollup technology.
Optimization of ZK-Rollup Launchbase: While the current ZK-Rollup Launchbase already meets the demands of most people, in our plans, these are just the basics. In the future, Lumoz (formerly Opside) plans to provide more modular components (such as integrating more third-party DAs) and functionalities to further simplify and accelerate the deployment of zkEVM application chains.
Continued expansion of ecosystem collaborations: As of now, Lumoz (formerly Opside) has made significant progress in ecosystem development, with nearly a hundred ecosystem projects covering various domains such as GameFi, DeFi, NFT, Social, and Tool. In the future, we will actively seek opportunities to collaborate with more high-quality projects and strengthen innovative applications at the practical level, while sharing resources and traffic, effectively driving the adoption of ZK-Rollup technology.
Developing the miner ecosystem and lowering CPU & GPU entry barriers: With the gradual maturation of ZK-Rollup technology, there may be hundreds or even thousands of ZK-Rollups in the future, which will create a significant demand for ZKP computing power. Lumoz (formerly Opside) currently incentivizes miners to provide ZKP computing power through the ZK-PoW mechanism, thereby providing complete hardware infrastructure for ZK-Rollup. Therefore, miners will be an important component of the entire ecosystem. To that end, we have been actively adjusting the entry barriers for CPUs and GPUs. The ZKP two-step commitment algorithm proposed by our team has greatly improved the efficiency of ZKP generation. In the future, we will continue to make efforts at both the software and hardware levels to protect the rights and interests of miners to the maximum extent.
Facilitating the popularization and promotion of ZK-Rollup technology: While constantly seeking technological breakthroughs, we also aim to make more people aware of and utilize ZK-Rollup, pushing it to the forefront of wider applications. Therefore, in our future plans, Lumoz (formerly Opside) will not only participate in more industry summits/exchanges but also actively disseminate knowledge about ZK-Rollup to developers and users through hackathons, RaaS Days, and other means, providing support and guidance to better assist them in achieving innovation in their respective fields using ZK technology.