Blockchain technology is in its evolving stage. If you are a blockchain developer, you’ve most likely come across the term “Ethereum Virtual Machine” in the blockchain space. Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) is a virtual machine that serves as a layer of abstraction between the executed code and the system that’s running the code. This layer of abstraction helps to improve the software mobility by keeping one layer distinct from the other.
Whenever a block is added to the Ethereum chain, Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) predicts the general state of Ethereum. The EVM is kept isolated because there, the code being executed on the virtual machine has no access to other processes running on the computer, thus allowing the processes to execute in complete isolation.