Partisia Blockchain Introduces Privacy-First Zero-Knowledge Security to Polygon
The Partisia Blockchain Foundation, a non-profit entity responsible for the advancement of the premier Web3-focused public blockchain platform, has announced a significant agreement with Polygon to bolster the environment of the Ethereum scaling platform via the implementation of the state-of-the-art data-privacy features.
Polygon will be able to unleash its potential as an Internet of Blockchains platform as a result of the agreement, which was revealed on Thursday. It will do so by introducing new decentralized, privacy-first zero-knowledge calculations. The platforms have stated that the Partisia network would assist the Polygon developer ecosystem in accomplishing this goal via the use of private smart contracts. As a result of this integration, calculating tasks will no longer be restricted to only two parties, paving way for multi-party computation (MPC) capabilities of the Partisia Blockchain.
Co-founder of Partisia Blockchain Brian Gallagher said in a statement that the relationship is vital as Polygon aims to increase its drive toward privacy in the Web3 environment. Polygon is looking to bolster its effort toward anonymity in the Web3 environment.
“This incorporation will, in the long term, make it possible for an entirely new breed of Web3 services to prioritize security and privacy.”
To make it easier for users to settle node fees in the future, Partisia Blockchain intends to enable currencies that are inherent to Polygon as well as other ERC-20 tokens.
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