Here’s how Polygon is challenging the limitations of Ethereum, as told by co-founder Sandeep Nailwal By Cointelegraph


Polygon (MATIC), a layer-two network designed for scaling and application infrastructure development on (ETH), has been making the rounds among blockchain enthusiasts as of late. From its $1 billion investment into zero-knowledge technology to co-launching a $200 million Web 3.0 social media initiative up to integrating with Opera (NASDAQ:)’s web browser to make its decentralized apps accessible to 80 million Android mobile users, the network’s momentum is going strong.

But partnerships and business aside, the technological capacities of the network, especially when compared to Ethereum, are also attracting the attention of many blockchain developers. In an exclusive interview with Cointelegraph, Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal talked about the extent of the network’s adoption.