This section is describing the supported Linea RPC method calls.

Linea is a Layer 2 solution that functions as a zero-knowledge rollup (zk-rollup) with full compatibility to Ethereum's Virtual Machine (EVM). Its goal is to improve Ethereum's scalability by increasing transaction throughput and reducing fees. With Linea, developers can easily build scalable decentralized applications (dApps) or migrate existing ones without the need for code modifications or rewriting smart contracts.

Linea utilizes an internally-built, lattice-powered prover, leveraging zkSNARK technology. This unique approach allows Linea to generate proofs efficiently without the need for a trusted setup. Traditional zkSNARKs have relied on a trusted setup, which can introduce potential vulnerabilities. However, Linea's innovative prover eliminates this flaw, making it a promising solution in the field of zero-knowledge proofs.

By utilizing zkSNARKs, Linea enables users to generate proofs quickly and securely. zkSNARKs allow for the verification of a statement without revealing any underlying data, providing privacy and confidentiality. With Linea's lattice-powered prover, the generation of these proofs becomes even more efficient.

The absence of a trusted setup in Linea's implementation is a significant advantage. Trusted setups have been a concern in the zkSNARK community due to the potential for malicious actors or compromised participants. By removing this requirement, Linea enhances the security and trustworthiness of its zkSNARK-based technology.

Overall, Linea's innovative approach to zkSNARKs, utilizing an internally-built, lattice-powered prover, sets it apart from traditional implementations. This advancement in zero-knowledge proof technology holds promise for various applications in the blockchain and cryptography space.

All the examples in this section use an Ethereum endpoint. Make sure you replace it with your Linea Mainnet endpoint (<project-id>) or Linea Goerli endpoint (<project-id>) when issuing the RPC calls.

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