Ethereum Co-founder Proposes ‘Minimal Viable Enshrinement’ for Ethereum

Vitalik Buterin proposes “minimal viable enshrinement” to simplify Ethereum, add features cautiously, and avoid complexity for a robust blockchain.
Ethereum Co-founder Proposes ‘Minimal Viable Enshrinement’ for Ethereum
Ethereum Co-founder Proposes ‘Minimal Viable Enshrinement’ for Ethereum

Ethereum’s co-founder, Vitalik Buterin, has suggested a novel method for introducing new features to the Ethereum blockchain dubbed “minimal viable enshrinement.” He is presenting an argument for how Ethereum can be improved without being overly complicated.

Buterin is aware that blockchains like Ethereum are special because they are social systems with many participants as well as technological systems.

Like the Unix design philosophy, he thinks it’s crucial to make things straightforward. By not pushing too much complexity to other layers, this can help avoid issues like centralization.

In other words, adding certain capabilities to Ethereum while not overly tightening the rules is what is meant by minimal viable enshrinement.

Buterin also says that it can occasionally be necessary to delete infrequently utilized features. By doing so, the Ethereum system can remain compatible with earlier iterations and avoid become too bulky and complicated.

He also discusses ZK-EVMs, an Ethereum-specific technology. He thinks that Ethereum may have a feature that aids in the verification of certain actions carried out using this technology, which would simplify operations and lessen the need for additional regulations inside the Ethereum ecosystem.

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