Numio is Solving the Ethereum Gas Fee Crisis and Establishing a Sybil-Resistant Solution

Numio is Solving the Ethereum Gas Fee Crisis and Establishing a Sybil-Resistant Solution

By Mark Anstead | Tech stuff | 24 Feb 2021

I had the great pleasure recently to sit down with Scott Cunningham to talk about Numio, and what we are building to solve this scalability crisis on Ethereum. 

Our product enables for 2,000 TPS, and all of the security benefits of the Ethereum mainnet through OCDA (On-chain data availability), which is using a technology called zkRollups. The rollup implementation we are using is developed by zkSync, which is becoming the general computation layer for Ethereum. 

We also are creating a centerpiece for sybil-resistance around digital identities in Web 3.0. At the moment we are doing this from the top-bottom. For identity verification, we have been working with the PhoenixDAO team around this concept, and I'm pretty excited to see that space move forward.

Below is the video of myself and Scott. Feel free to tune in, and see what we have to say! Hopefully you learn something new. 

If you're interested in reading more about Ethereum scaling, I have published two articles for you to digest everything you need to know about Ethereum scaling. Let me know your thoughts, and hope you enjoy! 



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Mark Anstead
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