Polygon Matic News

June 13th: Balancer, a decentralized finance (DeFi) platform, is making progress in strengthening the DeFi experience on the Polygon network. They have decided to deploy on Polygon’s zkEVM (Zero-Knowledge Ethereum Virtual Machine), which represents a significant advancement in terms of optimized scaling and liquidity growth within the zkDeFi ecosystem. This move indicates Balancer’s commitment to providing users with a seamless and interconnected DeFi experience on the Polygon network, leveraging the benefits of improved scalability and enhanced liquidity.

June 13th: Polygon 2.0 represents a comprehensive set of upgrades that aim to transform nearly every aspect of the Polygon network. By collaborating with the community, Polygon intends to outline a roadmap that will propel it from its current state to becoming the Value Layer of the Internet. The upgrades will focus on achieving unlimited scalability and unified liquidity through the implementation of Zero-Knowledge (ZK) technology. This strategic vision aims to revolutionize the Polygon network and position it as a fundamental component of the decentralized internet, offering enhanced scalability and liquidity for various blockchain-based applications and services.

June 11th: Polygon network takes pride in its history as a globally-focused platform, developed and deployed outside the US. With a strong emphasis on network security, the inclusion of MATIC from the beginning has ensured the network’s stability. While catering to a wide range of individuals, Polygon’s actions have never targeted the US market. As the largest non-US market, Polygon appreciates the ongoing efforts of regulators, policymakers, and contributors worldwide. Confident in their past decisions, Polygon remains focused on future development, with exciting technology announcements expected this week.

June 10th: Polygon Labs announces an exciting collaboration with Feature.io and Lollipop Racing, expressing pride in powering the Lollipop experience using their technology on the Polygon network. This partnership signifies the integration of Polygon’s infrastructure to enhance the Lollipop Racing platform, providing an innovative and immersive experience for users.

June 9th: Polygon Labs recognizes the dominance of web3 games, with at least half of active blockchain users engaging with gaming. They express optimism about the future, highlighting the bright prospects of the gaming industry. Their goal is to onboard the next one billion users, emphasizing the potential for significant growth and expansion in the gaming space.

June 9th: BackedFi, a leading platform in bridging real-world assets, has announced its deployment of token offerings on the Polygon network. This move represents a significant advancement in facilitating smoother and more accessible financial ecosystems. By leveraging Polygon’s technology, BackedFi aims to enhance the efficiency and accessibility of its token offerings, further contributing to the growth of decentralized finance (DeFi) solutions.

June 8th: The Polygon zkEVM Mainnet Beta is set to receive an update. The developers of Polygon zkEVM will collaborate with infrastructure partners to update certain services on the network. This update aims to enhance the functionality and performance of the Polygon zkEVM Mainnet Beta, further improving the user experience for participants on the network.

June 3rd: Integral Reality and Ubisoft have joined forces to introduce a new world of Assassin’s Creed on the Polygon network. Their collaboration, known as ACSmartCollect, introduces “Digital Soul” NFTs inspired by the iconic franchise. Each minted pass offers the opportunity to customize and redeem an authentic physical replica, providing fans with a unique and immersive experience. This partnership merges the digital and physical realms, allowing Assassin’s Creed enthusiasts to engage with the franchise in innovative ways through NFTs and tangible collectibles.

May 31st: Dirk Röder, Head of the Blockchain Solutions Center at Deutsche Telekom, highlights the developer-friendly and resource-efficient nature of the Polygon ecosystem. He acknowledges that Polygon is built on the Ethereum ecosystem’s high-security standards, making it a reliable and trustworthy platform for blockchain development. This endorsement from a prominent industry figure underscores the strength and appeal of Polygon for developers and organizations seeking a secure and efficient blockchain solution.

May 31st: Deutsche Telekom’s subsidiary, Deutsche Telekom MMS, has made a significant contribution to the Polygon network by offering its validation nodes. This collaboration entails providing staking and validation services for both the Polygon Proof-of-Stake (PoS) network and Supernodes. By leveraging Deutsche Telekom MMS’ infrastructure and expertise, Polygon aims to enhance the security and reliability of its network, further solidifying its position as a leading blockchain platform.

May 25th: QuickSwapDEX has launched QuickPerps, a fully decentralized Perpetual Exchange, on the Polygon network. Traders now have the ability to engage in perpetual swaps with leverage of up to 50x. This development is expected to attract more Total Value Locked (TVL), increase trading volume, and enhance composability on the zkEVM (zero-knowledge Ethereum Virtual Machine). QuickPerps aims to provide users with a seamless and efficient trading experience while leveraging the benefits of the Polygon network.