The Arbitrum Nova Value 2 network, created to scale the Ethereum cryptocurrency (ETH) blockchain, has uploaded all of Vitalik Buterin’s notes.
Ki Zhou, founder of EthStorage, said that 40 MB of Buterin’s publications were uploaded to Arbitrum Nova as part of an experiment to test the implementation of the ETH network as a host for distributed websites.
Since storing such a large amount of data in an Ethereum mine would be quite expensive, the expert used Arbitrum Nova and paid a transaction fee of 0.13 ETH (about $164). Zhou has published a guide on how to upload information to the decentralized network so that anyone can recreate the experience.
The filing cabinet stored in Arbitrum Nova contains Vitalik publications from 2016 to 2022. the list of Buterin cases can be found in a simple browser such as Mozilla via a link to the Web3 protocol entry. It can be found. The service is currently only available for the Ethereum blockchain, but the manufacturer promises to add BNB chains, polygons, avalanches, and other grids in the future. Unable to load all totals.