Paradigm Releases First Version of Ethereum Execution Node Reth

Paradigm Releases First Version of Ethereum Execution Node Reth

Paradigm announced the release of Reth v0.1.0-alpha, the first alpha version of its new Ethereum client. Reth aims to help improve Ethereum's stability and client diversity, lower the barrier to entry for contributing to Ethereum, and provide a performant and inclusive ecosystem of tools for EVM developers and users.

Reth is a modular, contributor-friendly and fast Ethereum archive node written in Rust and using the Apache/MIT license, according to Paradigm. It syncs the chain from genesis to block 17.4m in 50 hours, with a database of around 1.92TB. In addition, Reth offers a new SDK for building EVM-centric infrastructure.

 

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