In the quest for Ethereum scalability, a new proposal by developers under the name Xtreamly challenges the current account abstraction implementation, ERC-4337. The proposed EIP aims to enable stateless account abstraction through a ground-breaking model using "distributed vector commitments" and zk-SNARKs. However, there are potential risks associated with Bloom Filters in this approach, leading to concerns over false positives in an immutable ledger. So, can this innovative solution truly revolutionize Ethereum's scalability, or will it face insurmountable challenges? Unlock the answer in our in-depth Alpha content...
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