The Arbitrum appears to have arrived at the point where it can be used live on Nitro. This simply implies that all interested and connected consumers will now have the added benefit of enhanced throughput and significantly lower prices. There will also be the new-age rollup architecture to consider. All of this is, by the way, live on the Arbitrum One mainnet.
Arbitrum has truly established a new standard. The crew is quite happy about this happening because they have worked very hard and put in a lot of time to achieve it. The Arbitrum One network will be important in continuously bringing the ecosystem framework online, and this process will be something that users will be able to witness.
When it comes to Nitro, now that it is fully integrated, it will be up to all developers and users to reap the benefits that have been implemented and will be provided. For starters, they will have substantially higher throughput than in the past. There will be advanced call data compression, which will assist in lowering all transaction costs on Arbitrum. Following that will be Ethereum L1 gas compatibility, which will bring pricing and accounting for EVM functions in line with Ethereum. With it will come improved L1 interoperability, such as stricter sync with L1 block numbers and support for all Ethereum L1 pre-compiles. There will also be more secure retables, which will prevent failure.
Arbitrum One’s mainnet has been operational for a year. The situation has just just began, with the Nitro online on Arbitrum One and Nova at the Arbitrum stable. At the moment, the team is working hard to increase scale, reduce expenses, and make the Arbitrum more user-friendly. Devcon is also on their agenda.