Ankr, a major Web3 infrastructure provider has teamed up with Polygon, a decentralized Ethereum scaling platform, to improve the development experience for Web3 developers. The agreement primarily targets developers who wish to use Polygon Supernets to build blockchains tailored to certain use cases.
Developers can use Polygon Supernets to swiftly deploy a high-performance blockchain network tailored to their specific needs. Developers can use Polygon Supernets to swiftly deploy a high-performance blockchain network tailored to their specific needs.
Polygon Supernets is EVM-compatible, has a high performance efficiency and is highly customizable. It frees developers from the burden of blockchain maintenance while yet allowing them to create a decentralized network of their own design.
Polygon Supernets and what it brings to Ankr
With the support of Supernets and Polygon’s expert validator partners, developers can rapidly bootstrap sets of distributed validators. High-quality Web3 games, financial services, and other dApps can all benefit from the synergy between Ankr App chain Infra and Polygon Supernets.
Ankr App Chain Manager Kev Silk says:
“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.”
You can deploy to a Polygon Supernet any smart contract or decentralized application developed in any of the Ethereum-compatible languages, such as Solidity, Vyper, or others. Also, developers can use any language, consensus mechanism, or framework they like with Ankr’s App Chains. The purpose of the Supernets project is to accelerate the transition to Web3.
Polygon Supernets allows businesses, gaming, and entertainment projects instant access to dedicated app-specific chains. Furthermore, these chains have been fine-tuned for best-in-class EVM performance. Polygon is assembling the best Web3 services, including ANKR, into a unified ecosystem. That will enable any group of developers to create their own blockchains.
By design, the Supernets may communicate with each other and the Ethereum blockchain. Ankr will help in resolving the issues of sluggish transaction speed and expensive gas fees. The two have been major roadblocks to the widespread adoption of Web3. They are doing that by allowing developers to construct their own blockchains atop Polygon Edge. When each dApp has its own blockchain, there is no contention for resources like computing power and data storage, and so scalability can flourish.