Arbitrum, a suite of Ethereum scaling solutions, has officially announced that AIP-2 was passed by the community. The protocol attempts to scale the Ethereum blockchain, and with its new update it addresses user concerns surrounding smart contract wallet usage and gas fees.
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Arbitrum has officially launched an Arbitrum Improvement Proposal (AIP-2) tackling several user experience level challenges for market participants. Three key concerns of users are wallet recovery, payment of gas fees and bundling transactions together.
AIP-2 tackles these challenges and provides the desired benefit to users through social recovery, payment of gas fees through any ERC-20 token (not just Ether) and more control over batched transactions through session keys.
Arbitrum Improvement Proposal #2 has officially passed
AIP-2 improves support for Account Abstraction, making development around Smart Contract Wallets easier than ever.
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The Total Value of Assets Locked (TVL) in the Arbitrum network surpassed $2.747 billion, according to DeFi intelligence tracker DeFiLlama. During previous launches and releases from Arbitrum developers Offchain Labs, there has been a notable increase in the TVL and ARB price.
ARB/USDT one-day price chart on Binance
If history repeats, it is typical for Arbitrum price to climb in response to an AIP-2 approval by the community. At the time of writing, ARB price trades at $1.266 against USDT on Binance. The Ethereum scaling token is up 11.46% between June 21 and early on Friday. It is likely that ARB price rallies in the short term, yielding further gains for holders.
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