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A proposal by Fig from Flipside Crypto and DAOstrat.C from Consensys / Linea suggests deploying Aave V3 on the Linea Testnet, a scalable L2 on Ethereum aiming to become a Type 2 zkEVM. The proposal, which has received community support, outlines the benefits of Aave's deployment on Linea, discusses the security of the Ethereum-Linea bridge, and presents Aave governance with the opportunity to test Aave V3 on the Linea testnet before its mainnet launch.
The discussion revolved around a proposal by Fig from Flipside Crypto and DAOstrat.C from Consensys / Linea for a Temperature Check to deploy Aave V3 on the Linea Testnet. Linea, a scalable L2 on top of Ethereum, aims to become a Type 2 zkEVM and achieve EVM-equivalence. It has shown significant developer activity and features Vortex, a cryptographic primitive designed to boost performance. The proposal suggests that Linea allows Aave to leverage the Consensys product suite distribution instantly, prioritizing User Experience (UX) and aiming to eliminate barriers for MetaMask’s community of 30M MAUs1.
Fig outlined the benefits of Aave's testnet and mainnet deployments on Linea, highlighting the establishment of Aave markets and $GHO on Linea, and Aave's role as a Linea Launch Partner. The post also discussed the security of the bridge between Ethereum and Linea, maintained by the Linea team. The design implements a trustless relayer and leverages the rollup to maintain state/security. There are plans to secure the bridge through decentralization1.
The proposal presents Aave governance with the opportunity to deploy Aave V3 on the Linea testnet before its mainnet launch. The authors of the proposal are committed to working closely with the relevant parties to determine the most suitable asset and market factors for the mainnet proposal1. The post concluded with the next steps, which include a standard 7-day discussion period, after which a vote for testnet deployment will be triggered. The Linea team will handle all technical deployment activities and will engage with necessary parties to complete all required work1. The proposal received support from several community members, and a vote for the testnet deployment is currently live 2,3,5,6.
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