Cybria - Modular Blockchain powered by AI

CybriaChain Mainnet is an EVM equivalent Layer 2 blockchain connected to Ethereum. The CybriaChain is the standardized and shared.
The CybriaChain is a network of OP Stack chains that share a bridging protocol, governance system, and more.

CybriaChain is designed to address the limitations of the Ethereum network by providing a scalable, secure, and efficient Layer 2 solution. By utilizing Layer 2 scaling techniques, CybriaChain aims to reduce transaction costs and increase the throughput of the Ethereum network.

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Cybria Blockchain Overview

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    Layers Rollup

    The Data Availability Layer defines where the raw inputs to an Optimism-based chain are published. A Cybria chain can use one or more Data Availability modules to source its input data. Because a Cybria chain is derived from the Data Availability Layer, the Data Availability module(s) used have a significant impact on the security model of the system.

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    Ethereum DA

    Ethereum DA (Data Availability) is currently the most widely used Data Availability module for Cybria. When using the Ethereum DA module, source data can be derived from any piece of information accessible on the Ethereum blockchain. This includes Ethereum calldata, events, and 4844 data blobs.

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    The Execution Layer defines the structure of state within a Cybria system and defines the state transition function that mutates this state. State transitions are triggered when inputs are received from the Derivation Layer via the Engine API. The Execution Layer abstraction opens up the door to EVM modifications or different underlying VMs entirely.

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    EVM Integrity

    The EVM is an Execution Layer module that uses the same state representation and state transition function as the Ethereum Virtual Machine. The EVM module in the Ethereum Rollup configuration of the Cybria is a lightly modified version of the EVM that adds support for L2 transactions initiated on Ethereum and adds an extra L1 Data Fee to each transaction to account for the cost of publishing transactions to Ethereum.