Ankr Collaborates With Polygon To Boost Web3 Building Experience for Supernet Developers

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One of the leading providers of Web3 infrastructure, Ankr, is proud to announce its collaboration with Polygon, a decentralized Ethereum scaling platform, to improve the development experience for Web3 developers who want to establish application-specific blockchains using Polygon Supernets.

Supernets is an EVM-compatible, interoperable, highly performant, and configurable blockchain platform built on top of the Polygon Edge modular blockchain stack. It frees developers from the burden of constantly updating the blockchain infrastructure in order to create a decentralized network tailored to their own needs. Supernets facilitate the rapid bootstrapping of decentralized validator sets by bringing together experts from Polygon’s validator partners.

As far as Polygon Supernets is concerned, Ankr’s App Chains is the go-to provider for infrastructure. It provides a comprehensive engineering solution that brings together top-tier protection, speed, and adaptability. Because of App Chains, Web3 programmers can quickly and easily create blockchain networks tailored specifically to their apps. A developer’s time spent constructing may be optimized even more with the help of Supernets’ premium tools and services.

Kev Silk, Ankr App Chain Manager stated:

“To drive Web3 mass adoption, we must provide consumers with a better UX than Web2. Enhancing the UX is possible only by streamlining Web3 development, which is why we’re thrilled to partner with Polygon Supernets and provide developers with the necessary infrastructure to build efficiently. Together, Ankr App chain Infra and Polygon Supernets can supercharge high-quality Web3 games, financial products, and other decentralized applications.” 

Ankr and Polygon both work toward the same goal of making Web3 development quicker, cheaper, and simpler. To make Web3 accessible to more people, it is necessary to simplify blockchain creation while assuring scalability and app-specific customization. Developers may use Polygon Supernets to swiftly deploy a high-performance blockchain network tailored to their specific needs.

One may deploy to a Polygon Supernet any Ethereum-compatible smart contract or decentralized application (dApp) written in Solidity, Vyper, or any other language. Programmers may use whatever languages, consensus techniques, and frameworks they like with Ankr’s App Chains.

Polygon Supernets General Manager Parth Pathak stated:

“Polygon couldn’t be more excited to partner with ANKR for providing world-class tooling for building dedicated blockchains. With Polygon Supernets, enterprises, gaming and entertainment projects can rapidly power up their dedicated app-specific chains that are fine tuned for best-in-class EVM performance. Polygon is bringing together the world’s leading Web3 providers (like ANKR) into a comprehensive ecosystem that will empower any team to build their own blockchain. Supernets will help bring the next billion users to Web3.”

Using the Polygon protocol, authorized partners, and the Polygon Edge architecture, Web3 developers may create Supernets to operate a particular application, project, or use case. By design, the Supernets may communicate with each other and the Ethereum blockchain.

Ankr will help address the problems of sluggish transaction speed and expensive gas prices, two of the primary obstacles preventing widespread use of Web3, by allowing developers to create their own blockchains on Polygon Edge. In a system where each dApp has its own blockchain, resources like computing power and data storage are not shared, allowing scalability to flourish.

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