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Halo3mic's research investigates if the effect of bundles can be mimicked on Arbitrum before native support, focusing on the positioning and order of transactions submitted quickly or via BatchRPC. The community's active engagement indicates interest and willingness to understand the system, but the research also raises concerns about potential inconsistencies and unpredictability in transaction processing.
This discussion revolves around a research conducted by Halo3mic to investigate if the effect of bundles can be mimicked on Arbitrum before bundles are natively supported1. The research focused on whether transactions submitted in quick succession or via BatchRPC end up positioned next to each other within the same block, while also preserving their original order of submission.
The community is actively engaged in the discussion, with Edfelten providing an explanation for why transactions submitted via BatchRPC are placed in different blocks3. The community is interested in the findings and their implications, particularly the impact of geographical proximity to the sequencer and transaction volume on the results1.
The research conducted by Halo3mic provides valuable insights into the behavior of transactions on Arbitrum, particularly when submitted in quick succession or via BatchRPC1. This could potentially lead to more efficient transaction processing and better understanding of the system's behavior. The community's active engagement in the discussion also indicates a strong interest in the topic and a willingness to contribute to the understanding of the system.
While the research provides valuable insights, it also raises questions about the behavior of transactions on Arbitrum. The fact that transactions submitted via BatchRPC are placed in different blocks, and the impact of geographical proximity and transaction volume on the results, could potentially lead to inconsistencies and unpredictability in transaction processing1. This could be a concern for users and developers working with Arbitrum.
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