In a bid to equip decentralized application (dApp) developers with the necessary tools for maximum production, Ethereum blockchain developer platform Alchemy has announced a partnership with Polygon to enhance the network’s capabilities.
Alchemy Integrates Polygon
The firm made the announcement today, stating that the move would supercharge the development of Polygon and the Ethereum network.
Furthermore, the partnership would also provide the necessary tools to dApp developers, enabling them to launch relevant blockchain-related products and services in the near future.
Based on the partnership, dApp developers building top applications on Ethereum can now enjoy several exciting features of Polygon and Alchemy, including high-speed, low-cost transactions, maximum security, and high fidelity developer tools.
Alchemy noted that the development would bring about massive interest in DeFi-related applications such as Aave, SushiSwap, and Curve.
Alchemy and Polygon Records Major Feats
It is worth noting that both firms have recorded significant feats since they were launched.
Alchemy, which is poised on enhancing the global payment industry, has powered more than $22 billion in transactions globally and is committed to increasing its number of users.
Last month, the firm noted that it would be supporting a pair of Ethereum scaling solutions through the mainnet launch of the Optimism solution.
Optimism, as stated, will address the major challenges of the Ethereum network, such as high gas fees and slow transaction speed, which has seen several developers opt for competitive networks.
Polygon Promoting DeFi Growth
Polygon, which focuses on Ethereum scaling solutions, has recorded massive adoptions in recent times. So far, the full-stack scaling solution, formerly known as Matic, has processed more than 380 million transactions from over 1.7 million wallet addresses.
While Polygon’s feat may be considered impressive, the project is also not relenting as it has made significant moves to make its platform a favorite among DeFi users.
Last month, Polygon announced that it was partnering with 0x to raise $10 million for the DeFi sector. According to the partners, the funds will be used to support developers and fund relevant projects that could lure at least one million users into choosing Polygon and the Ethereum blockchain.