Degen Chain restarts after two-day outage, still stabilizing infrastructure

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Degen Chain, an Ethereum layer-3 blockchain, has resumed operations two days after halting block validation.

The pause, which began on May 12, rendered several decentralized applications and bridges operating on it non-functional.

Today, the network is back online after Conduit, a rollup infrastructure platform, resynchronized its nodes from the genesis block.

Block indexing

The team at Conduit clarified that although the Degen Chain was now operational, its block explorer is still undergoing indexing. So, the firm advised infrastructure providers to initiate indexing from a designated block to ensure smooth consistency in the process.

Additionally, Conduit has taken measures to filter transactions from approximately five addresses, each harboring millions of failed transactions. It added:

“To bring the network online as soon as possible, a few (<5) addresses were filtered during the replay process. These addresses have tens of millions of failed transactions and were stalling the replay process. Transactions from these addresses can be replayed, but on a delay that does not prevent the network from coming back online.”

The Degen Chain’s block explorer shows that transaction indexing is in progress, with the rate at 95% as of press time.

What caused Degen Chain outage?

An earlier statement from Conduit explained that Degen Chain’s issues began when it completed a custom configuration last Friday.

According to the firm, this update caused two of its chains—Degen and Proof of Play’s Apex—to stop “posting batches for more than 24 hours. Upon resuming, the first batches triggered reorgs on both chains.”

However, Conduit promised to provide a more detailed post-mortem about the incidents, adding that the upgrade that caused the network’s issues was validated on testnet before rolling out to mainnets.

Meanwhile, the recent issues within Degen Chain have sparked increased attention on layer-3 blockchain networks, stirring division within the community.

Particularly, skeptics such as Polygon CEO Marc Boiron have previously cautioned that these networks primarily serve to divert value from Ethereum onto the layer-2 platforms hosting these layer-3 solutions.

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