Pocket Network is an infrastructure middleware protocol that facilitates decentralized multichain blockchain access to developer applications in Web3.
These include Ethereum, Polygon, Gnosis Chain, Avalanche, Solana, Fuse, Fantom, and Near, which recently marked a significant milestone in its multichain strategy with 50 supported blockchains on its network after integrating Moonbeam and Moonriver blockchains.
Pocket has its sight on the century mark – with 100 blockchains supported by the end of 2022.
“As we see developer demand drive more activity and apps to a wider variety of blockchains, interoperability challenges, as well as latency and reliability, from centralized infrastructure providers will continue to grow,” said Michael O’Rourke, Co-founder and CEO of Pocket Network.
“With our multichain strategy, we are positioned to cement Pocket as the true decentralized, full-node RPC protocol in the industry.”
The real breakthrough of a multichain network is in the utility this brings to Web3 developers. This is especially true with the streamlined Pocket Portal that developers can access to deploy apps to any of Pocket’s 50 supported blockchains.
This interface vastly simplifies developers’ abilities to connect with any chain of their choosing and provides a one-stop RPC solution with an instantaneous process to get an endpoint, an analytics dashboard, and app notifications to monitor performance.
Regardless of blockchain, users and developers no longer have to pick between speed and security, efficiency and decentralization, and uptime and latency.
Being resilient, faster, cheaper, more secure, and better for developers has been the winning formula to Pocket’s scale and dominance. This way, Pocket’s chain-agnostic mission is imperative for the development of decentralized infra.
About Pocket Network
Pocket Network, a blockchain data ecosystem for Web3 applications, is a platform built for applications that use cost-efficient economics to coordinate and distribute data at scale.
It enables seamless and secure interactions between blockchains and across applications.
With Pocket, the use of blockchains can be simply integrated into websites, mobile apps, IoT, and more, giving developers the freedom to put blockchain-enabled applications into the “pocket” of every mainstream consumer. For more information visit its website.
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