Eclipse is

Ethereum's fastest L2,

powered by the
Solana Virtual Machine

What is the Solana virtual machine?

A piece of software that executes smart contracts and computes the state of the Eclipse (and Solana) network after each new block is added to the chain. The most popular virtual machine in crypto is the Ethereum virtual machine.

Eclipse is a new kind of architecture built to power the next generation of decentralized applications we’ve all been dreaming about.

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Unmatched speeds

Eclipse runs the highly performant Solana Virtual Machine (SVM) as its execution environment. This means optimized parallel execution capable of handling truly massive scale.

Security properties from Ethereum

Our validating bridge is on Ethereum. The bridge will validate all Eclipse transactions, preventing submission of invalid states. Additionally, it will enforce eventual liveness and censorship resistance under certain failure cases.

Composability across many apps

It’s complicated to maintain accounts across many chains. It’s worse UX to keep bridging and worrying about what gas token you need. Eclipse is a shared general-purpose L2 that can support most (if not all) use cases.

Scalable and verifiable

Celestia’s data availability sampling (DAS) light node support means users can verify for themselves that Eclipse block data has been made available while contributing to securely scaling the entire network.