Liam Horne, CEO of OP Labs, tweeted that Ethereum core developers will hold a conference call on Thursday to discuss the consideration of EIP-4844 (CFI).
However, being considered does not mean that EIP-4844 will be included in the next hard fork, and the content of the Shanghai upgrade will be discussed separately.
According to previous reports, Vitalik Buterin, the founder of Ethereum, shared the idea of Proto-danksharding (EIP-4844) on Twitter, which focuses on the data verification scenario of blob carrying transactions that cannot be executed by EVM.
Proto-danksharding will replace darksharding, a sharding technique in which only one proposer chooses all transactions and all data that goes into this or that slot, instead of choosing a separate proposer for each shard.
The proposed solution can be an ad-hoc variant as it includes some implementation of sharding techniques. At the same time, it leads to an increase in data usage because it requires a larger block size. He proposes to automatically delete blob data every 30 days to prevent excessive demands on the network for data and memory storage.