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What is Linea Voyage?
The Linea Voyage is a journey to explore the Linea ecosystem and help the engineering team validate and harden the testnet. It consists of weekly challenges and opportunities to learn about Linea and earn points towards commemorative Linea NFTs.
Linea Voyage: Why should you join?
Linea Token Airdrop in the Future
Venom Testnet Campaign – Collect All NFT(Task)
Linea Voyage Campaign Step-by-Step Guide
For the next nine weeks, the Linea team will release weekly challenges in partnership with the team at Galxe.
So, what are you waiting for, let’s jump onto the steps,
6th Week Task: Tech and Dev Week – 2023/06/06 – 2023/06/12
Go to Galxe Page > Let’s Start
Question 1: How does Layer 2 scaling work in blockchain networks?
A. By creating a separate layer on top of the main blockchain for processing transactions
Question 2: What does “k” stand for in “KEVM rollups”?
Question 3: What scalability feature does Linea incorporate into its framework?
B. Zero-knowledge proofs
Question 4: What is the meaning of ‘BFT’?
© A. Byzantine Fault Tolerance, a consensus mechanism model
Question 5: What is the main scalability solution Linea uses?
D. zk-SNARK-based rollups
Question 6: In Ethereum, what is an uncle block?
A. A block that is not included in the main chain, but is still valid and contributes to the
security of the chain
Question 7: What is a precompile in the Ethereum context?
C. A pre-deployed smart contract that performs computationally expensive operations or
Question 8: How does the Smart Wallet feature enabled by Thirdweb in Linea improve user experience?
O B. It hides blockchain complexities and simplifies interactions
Question 9: What is the purpose of contract templates like ThirdWeb in Linea?
D. They provide pre- built templates for quick smart contract deployment
Question 10: What does RPC stand for?
C. Remote Procedure Call
Question 11: In the context of Ethereum’s upgrade, what was the primary function of the Beacon Chain?
D. To serve as the foundation for the new proof-of-stake consensus mechanism
Question 1: What is the purpose of an Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) bytecode?
B. To facilitate the execution of smart contracts on the Ethereum network
Question 2: What programming languages can be used to write smart contracts in Linea?
A. Any language that compiles to EVM bytecode
Question 3: In the context of rollups, what is a “batch”?
C. A group of transactions processed together
Question 4: In the context of blockchain, what does “sharding” refer to?
A. Splitting the blockchain into smaller pieces
Question 5: What is a Merkle tree in the context of blockchains?
C. A data structure used to efficiently verify the integrity of large sets of data
Question 6: What are Validators in the Linea network responsible for?
A. Executing transactions and producing blocks
Question 7: How is the account model in Linea different from Ethereum?
C. Linea and Ethereum both use the same account model
Question 8: What is a type 3 kEVM?
B. An almost EVM-equivalent type of rollup network
Question 9: What is the primary purpose of the Message Bridge in Linea?
A. To enable communication between different blockchain networks
Question 10: What role does The Graph play in Line’s tooling and infrastructure?
A. It acts as a decentralized and open-source data indexer for Linea
Question 11: How does the Multicall library improve efficiency in Linea?
© A. It reduces the cost of transactions by batching multiple calls together
Question 12: How does the Ape library enhance the developer experience in Linea?
C. It simplifies the deployment and management of contracts on Linea
Question 13: What is the advantage of type 4 kEVM rollups?
D. Very fast prover times
Question 14: Ethereum L1, for kEVM rollups acts as a:
B. Settlement layer
Question 1: How does Linea calculate transaction fees compared to Ethereum?
B. Linea calculates fees based on gas used and gas is metered the same as Ethereum.
The price of gas is dynamic
Question 2: How is the block production mechanism in Line different from Ethereum?
B. In Linea, sequencer produces blocks instead of miners
Question 3: How does the smart contract execution in Line compare to that of Ethereum?
A. In Linea, the validators execute the smart contracts, unlike Ethereum where every
node executes the smart contracts
Question 4: Which of the following operations is typically performed by a precompile in Ethereum?
C. Performing elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) operations.
Question 5: What is the purpose of the calldata transaction field in a zkEVM rollup?
A. To store the input data for a smart contract execution.
Question 6: What is the role of a relayer in a kEVM rollup system?
C. To submit the kNARK proofs to the Ethereum mainnet
Question 7: What can be transferred across the Linea Message Bridge?
B. Native currency (ETH) and arbitrary messages
Question 8: What is the Canonical Token Bridge?
C. To bridge ERC20 tokens
Question 9: What is one of the key features of the Message Bridge’s design in Linea?
B. It makes use of cryptographic proofs to ensure integrity
Question 10: What serves as proof that a Message Bridge operation has been processed correctly in
C. An event emitted by a smart contract
Question 11: Which feature of the Message Bridge protects against malicious behavior in Linea?
C. Punitive measures against validators who behave dishonestly
Question 12: In Linea, what is the ‘Deposit Contract?
B. A contract on Ethereum where users deposit funds to move them onto Linea
5th Week Task: Tech and Dev Week – 2023/05/30 – 2023/06/08
Go to Galxe Page > Let’s Start
Open your MetaMask, create 2 new wallets > go to “Networks” -> “Add network” -> Put “Linea Goerli test network” in search and add it and give them names Linea2 and Linea3
Send the first transaction 0,0001 LineaETH from your Linea 1 wallet to HAPI wallet address 0x1ed47146ba443D16F67f489800dc5d7786e07c5d to identify your wallet as a quest participant.
Send 0,0002 LineaETH from Linea 1 to Linea 2
Send 0,0003 LineaETH from Linea 1 to Linea 3
2. ThirdWeb – Deploy a TokenDrop (ERC-20) Contract, Claim & Transfer
3. GoPlus Security- Complete the Linea Fortress Escape
4th Week Task: NFT Reveal – 2023/05/25 – 2023/05/30
Go to Galxe Page
Watch the Video, Retweet, Vote on the snapshot
Claim Points. That’s it.
3rd Week Task: NFT Week
2023/05/16 – 2023/05/23
In the 3rd week task total no of tasks is 20 and the points to be earned are 109
Let’s start exploring
1. NFTs2me – 05/16/2023 – 05/22/2023
Visit https://nfts2me.com/create/edition/ > Connect Wallet (Linea Network obviously)
Click Create Collection > Click Deploy to Line testnet > Complete transaction
A congratulation page will appear on the screen, don’t close it.
Click on the “Dashboard” button or go to https://nfts2me.com/app/linea-testnet/. You’ll see all your Projects. Click on the last created project:
Go to the Mint Settings tab > Change the phase to “Public”, and click “Update”. > Click Update Phase > Confirm in wallet
Click on Minting Page > Visit Page > Connect Wallet > Mint > Confirm in Wallet
Click on Airdrop Tab > Add Account
Click on the toggle to change “Transferable NFTs” to “Soulbound NFTs”.
Paste the default address “nfts2me.eth” and amount 1 > hit Add to Airdrop >
then Send Airdrop > Confirm in Wallet
So next, go back to the Project Dashboard and click on the “Token Gating” tab
Type ANy Name and description > Save Changes
Scroll down > Click on Create New Private Item >
Again type name and description > Type anything in the private description > Click on Create Item
That’s it for NFTs2me, Verify all tasks you completed on the Congratulation page. Go to the Galxe page after 24 hours and claim Galxe Points
2. GhostNFT – 05/16/2023 – 05/22/2023
An official guide is available for this task – https://docs.linea.build/use-linea/explore/use-ghost
Stucked at a point? Ask on our RT Airdrops group
3. Bilinear – 05/16/2023 – 05/22/2023
Official Guide: https://docs.linea.build/use-linea/explore/use-bilinear
4. Zonic – 05/16/2023 – 05/22/2023
Official Guide Link: https://docs.linea.build/use-linea/explore/use-zonic
Must collect points from Galxe Page after completing all tasks.
Voyage Week 2
Linea Voyage – Social Campaign
Fill the Form
Install the metamask wallet in your Browser, use the Kiwi browser on mobile.
We have to perform all tasks between different testnet networks, so add them one by one from ChainList.org
iii) BSC Testnet Network
iii) To get the Linea faucet, bridge ETH from Goerli Network Using Hop
iv) PolyGon Mumbai Faucet: https://faucet.polygon.technology/
v) Swap USDC on https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap (Goerli Netwok)
USDC Contract: 0x07865c6e87b9f70255377e024ace6630c1eaa37f
USDT Contract: 0xfad6367E97217cC51b4cd838Cc086831f81d38C / 0x509Ee0d083DdF8AC028f2a56731412edD63223B9
UNI Contract: 0x41E5E6045f91B61AACC99edca0967D518fB44CFB
1st Week Task: Bridge: Verify on Galxe after completion
1. CELER BUSD Bridger: 05/02/2023 – 05/08/2023
Go to https://dev-cbridge-v2.netlify.app/97/59140/BUSD > Connect BSC Testnet > Click on the Faucet icon > Claim BUSD Faucet 6/7 times
More tBNB required?
Use zetaSwap to convert another network faucet into testBNB (for ex. gETH to tBNB)
Type 100 BUSD > Approve >Transfer
2. CELER BNB Bridger: 05/02/2023 – 05/08/2023
Go to https://dev-cbridge-v2.netlify.app/97/59140/BNB > Connect BSC Testnet > Type 0.01 > Transfer > confirm wallet
3. Connext MATIC Bridger: 05/02/2023 – 05/08/2023
Go to https://testnet.bridge.connext.network/MATIC-from-polygon-to-linea?symbol=MATIC > Connect PolyGon Testnet > Type 0.1 > Transfer > confirm wallet
Facing an error?
Try different browser
4. Hop DAI Bridger: 05/02/2023 – 05/08/2023
Go to Goerli Hop > Connect Goerli Testnet > Click Faucet > Mint 100 DAI
Go to Send tab > Type 10 DAI > Approve > Send
5. Hop HOP Bridger: 05/02/2023 – 05/08/2023
Again to Goerli Hop > Connect Goerli Testnet > Click Faucet > Mint 1000 HOP
Go to Send tab > Type 100 HOP > Approve > Send
6. Hop USDC Bridger: 05/02/2023 – 05/08/2023
Go to https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap > Connect Goerli Testnet > Select Token: USDC (Paste this Contract Address: 0x07865c6e87b9f70255377e024ace6630c1eaa37f) > Type 10 USDC > Swap
Go to Goerli Hop > Connect Goerli Testnet > Type 5 USDC > Approve > Send
7. Hop GETH Bridger: 05/02/2023 – 05/08/2023
Go to Goerli Hop > Connect Goerli Testnet > Type 0.05 ETH > Wait for bridge calculation > Send
8. Multichain EUROEe Bridger: 05/02/2023 – 05/07/2023
Go to Avalanche Faucet Page > Paste Metamask Wallet Address > Request 2 AVAX > Request 10 EUROEs
…waiting for faucet…
9. Multichain TUSD Bridger: 05/02/2023 – 05/07/2023
…waiting for faucet…
10. LI.FI (Jumper Exchange) UNI Bridger: 05/02/2023 – 05/08/2023
Go to https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap > Connect Goerli Testnet > Select Token: UNI (Paste this Contract Address: 0x41E5E6045f91B61AACC99edca0967D518fB44CFB) > Type 1 UNI > Swap
Go to https://testnet.jumper.exchange/ > Connect Goerli Testnet > Type 0.01 UNI > Wait for bridge calculation > Review Swap > Start Swap > Wait > Swap
Failed? Try again!
11. LI.FI (Jumper Exchange) USDT Bridger: 05/02/2023 – 05/08/2023
Go to https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap > Connect Goerli Testnet > Select Token: USDT (Paste this Contract Address: 0xfad6367E97217cC51b4cd838Cc086831f81d38C) > Type 10 USDT > Swap
Go to https://testnet.jumper.exchange/ > Connect Goerli Testnet > Type 1 USDT > Wait for bridge calculation > Review Swap > Start Swap > Wait > Swap
13. Verify and Claim Points on Galxe Page, don’t worry if you can’t claim all points today, the 1st-week deadline is 9th May, complete the task today and claim until the end.