Noir, a bleeding-edge Rust-based domain-specific programming language developed by Aztec Labs. Noir is designed specifically for creating and verifying cryptographic proofs, which makes it much more efficient and expressive in this area than a more general-purpose language might be.
It’s in large part Noir’s efficiency that makes Offshift’s v2 platform possible, as it allows the team to build a more secure and scalable architecture that results in less gas intensiveness, and therefore cheaper, faster, more scalable transactions.
Excited to hear more? You won’t have to wait long for the full deets…
Week of June 12 - Offshift v2 Litepaper
June 22 - Live v2 AMA with the Dev Team in the Offshift Telegram
July 20 - Live Dev Update & AMA in the Offshift Telegram
Week of August 14 - Offshift v2 CLI Testnet Release
Immediately following the v2 CLI Testnet Release, the team will begin a major overhaul of the frontend and overall user experience. More details about this phase to come as it approaches, as will a timeframe for the v2 launch on Mainnet.
There’s a lot to look forward to in the next few months!
As always, for all the latest be sure to follow Offshift on Twitter, and make sure you’ve joined the Telegram for the Live Dev Updates and AMAs beginning in June.