Arbitrum Nova now has access to all of Vitalik Buterin’s articles and is a low-cost smart contract platform for decentralized applications.
Arbitrum Nova immortalizes Ethereum (ETH) creator’s material for $165 only.
The personal blog of Vitalik Buterin (https://vitalik.ca/) has been uploaded to Arbitrum Nova as part of an experiment with hosting decentralized websites directly on-chain. The entire uploading operation was priced at only 0.13 Ether.
1/6, we have uploaded all @VitalikButerin’s blog (40MB) on @arbitrum Nova mainnet with only 0.13 ETH!
Further, anyone can browse the blog using web3:// access protocol at https://t.co/0SqaFlYwNw or with ENShttps://t.co/Wqfkivv40B!— Qi Zhou (@qc_qizhou) January 6, 2023
Qi Zhou, the founder of EthStorage and QuarkChain, shared the specifics of the experiment on Twitter on Friday, January 6, 2023. The website is now accessible via Web3 technologies as well as standard browsers.
Qi Zhou emphasizes that this kind of information preservation opens up new potential for Web3 aficionados since they can leverage all of the security of Ethereum (ETH) at significantly lower rates.
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It will also make newbie onboarding easier. While “direct” data uploading to the Ethereum (ETH) mainnet may be costly, utilizing Arbitrum allows users to attain a comparable level of anonymity for minimal expenses.
Arbitrum is still the primary Ethereum L2 scaler.
Qi Zhou adds that anyone may experiment with hosting their data on-chain. The ethfs-uploader instrument may be used to upload content to a smart contract. Any material may be broadcast to an EthFS contract after it has been formed. This technology is completely immune to censorship.
Qi Zhou’s team will also experiment with dynamic NFTs, social media, and the like.
Arbitrum Nova is a blockchain developed by the Arbitrum team, which is a prominent Ethereum (ETH) Layer-2 scaling solution. As of January 2023, the mainnets of Arbitrum One and Arbitrum Nova accounted for 53.22% of the aggregated TVL of all L2 dApps.
Optimism, Arbitrum’s closest competitor, hosts 28% of L2 TVL.
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