A modular framework for rollups, with an ABCI-compatible client interface. For more in-depth information about Rollkit, please visit our website.
Building from source
Requires Go version >= 1.20.
git clone https://github.com/rollkit/rollkit.git cd rollkit go build -v ./...
Building with Rollkit
While Rollkit is a modular framework that aims to be compatible with a wide range of data availability layers, settlement layers, and execution environments, the most supported development environment is building on Celestia as a data availability layer.
Building on Celestia
There are currently 2 ways to build on Celestia:
- Using a local development environment with local-celestia-devnet
- Using the Arabica or Mocha Celestia testnet
Local development environment
Arabica devnet and Mocha testnet
Cometbft v0.38.x and Cosmos-SDK v0.50.x
The Rollkit v0.11.0-rc1 release is compatible with Cometbft v0.38.0-rc3 and Cosmos-SDK v0.50.0-rc.0. However, there is no support by ignite for launching a compatible app (e.g. gm app) and Rollkit is working on building a gm app for testing this release (WIP).
# Run unit tests make test # Generate protobuf files (requires Docker) make proto-gen # Run linters (requires golangci-lint, markdownlint, hadolint, and yamllint) make lint # Lint protobuf files (requires Docker and buf) make proto-lint
We welcome your contributions! Everyone is welcome to contribute, whether it's in the form of code, documentation, bug reports, feature requests, or anything else.
If you're looking for issues to work on, try looking at the good first issue list. Issues with this tag are suitable for a new external contributor and is a great way to find something you can help with!
See the contributing guide for more details.
Please join our Community Discord to ask questions, discuss your ideas, and connect with other contributors.
To see our progress and a possible future of Rollkit visit our Dependency Graph.
Code of Conduct
See our Code of Conduct here.