Is SuperNova’s Folding Scheme the Endgame for ZK?

SuperNova is a new recursive proof system for incrementally producing succinct proofs of the correct execution of programs on a stateful machine with a particular instruction set.

These seem to be fantastic features. This article will mainly interpret how these features are implemented.


  1. What is folding?
  2. Represent computation with R1CS
  3. Nova: NIVC for a single instruction
  4. SuperNova: NIVC for multiple instructions(ZKVM)
  5. Different with other Recursion

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