Byzantine Fault Tolerant (BFT) Proof of stake (POS)
Ethereum is written in Solidity, EVMs smart contract language. Solidity is a compiled language that allows EVM chains to have a fast runtime.
Dual chain architecture
Ethereum processes transactions using two layers/chains: The consensus layer and the execution layer. The consensus layer maintains the consensus chain (POS chain) by processing consensus blocks. The consensus layer then sends the payload to the execution layer (POW chain) to check the validity. The execution layer assembles an execution block, executes transactions, and sends the results back to the consensus layer. This structure enables higher throughput for lower costs.
Ethereum requires a minimum of 16,384 validators, making for an extremely decentralized network.
Selected components of Ethereum are quantum-secured which future-proofs ETH for the integration of quantum computers. ETH's performance is also battle-tested as it remained live through major network changes in the past.
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