Horizon Blockchain Games and Polygon Labs have announced a strategic partnership aimed at revolutionizing web3 infrastructure by integrating Sequence, Horizon’s comprehensive web3 developer platform, into Polygon Supernets.
The collaboration aims to facilitate scalability, security and an improved user experience within the platform. Horizon’s Sequence product introduction Be prepared to respond and take care of specific requirements and needs at the enterprise level, while providing tools for decentralized application developers.
Sequence runs a web3 wallet and infrastructure stack that encourages accelerated development on Polygon Supernets. The alliance provides points to incentivize projects, including a toolkit consisting of serial wallets, token and NFT APIs, indexers, relayers, node gateways, marketplaces, and SDKs for projects aligned with Polygon Supernets, and Polygon PoS.
The partnership builds on the success of previous Horizon and Polygon Labs collaborations. Notable past collaborations include SuperGaming’s Tower Conquest, Cool Cats, BoomLand, , Sunflower Paradise, etc. Through this strategic alliance, developers and brands will have access to a range of web3 tools with Sequence’s all-in-one stack, designed to enhance the web3 development experience within the Polygon ecosystem.
Adding to the mix of successful partnerships, Horizon and Their web3 trading card game Skyweaver has been successful. Due to its scalability, environmental sustainability and transaction speed, it is developed based on Polygon PoS and aims to provide an intuitive experience for its players, many of whom are new to web3.
“Horizon is a long-time collaborator in the Polygon ecosystem, and the integration of their Sequence Wallet and developer stack into Polygon Supernets marks another major step forward for building web3 infrastructure on top of Polygon,” said Sandeep, co-founder of Polygon Labs Nailwal shared.
Polygon Supernets, currently in beta as v0.9, represent a critical developmental stage for the Polygon community. This release is an important step towards the v1.0 release of finasl, demonstrating the maturity of the product suite. It’s important to keep in mind that this is a beta release and there may be certain limitations, including breaking changes and lack of backwards compatibility. While users are encouraged to familiarize themselves with new features, they should use this release strictly as a test iteration.
Some of the key features in v0.9 include expanded allowlists and transaction blacklists, staking and token separation support, NFT bridging support, and enhanced transaction fee management. These additions bring Polygon Supernets’ vision of a “supernet” closer to realization, introducing new core contracts and consensus client primitives. The MVP phase of the protocol now features expanded bridge transaction limits, the introduction of MATIC staking, support for different ERC tokens, and more.
Given the inherent risks associated with beta releases, the Polygon team conducted a comprehensive source code audit to ensure product reliability and security. However, the final release will undoubtedly bring increased stability and a host of new features, bringing us closer to a more scalable, secure and user-friendly blockchain ecosystem.
Notably, Horizon and Polygon Labs also provide additional avenues of support for brands and developers to penetrate the Web3 ecosystem. Offering credits for projects developed on Polygon Supernets using Sequence further assists aspiring developers who may be just starting out in the ecosystem. Horizon’s all-in-one sequence stack simplifies web3 development and content creation while enhancing user experience and making web3 technologies more accessible.
On a broader scale, Polygon Labs, known for developing Ethereum scaling solutions for the Polygon protocol, has achieved notable milestones since its inception. As a testament to its impact, it has seen over 261 million unique addresses, 1.4 million smart contracts created, and 2.7 billion total transactions. Major web3 projects and companies such as Aave, Uniswap, Robinhood, and Stripe have already found a home in the existing Polygon network.
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