Nonce Finance will launch on Polygon!

We are thrilled to announce that Nonce Finance, an NFT fractionalization protocol for collectors and creators, is launching on Polygon. Nonce Finance is all set to enhance the NFT trading experience.

Using a custom bonding curve, Nonce Finance has built a high liquidity NFT to ERC20 bridge. This bridge helps in tokenizing NFTs into ERC20s. If someone wants to redeem the whole NFT once it’s tokenized, they can participate in a buyout game to buy out the ERC20 token holders.

Nonce’s NFT fractionalization protocol allows a community to form around NFTs and opens them up to use different financial legos of decentralized finance which further allows users to unveil the NFT market. Nonce’s protocol will allow NFT holders on Polygon to increase the liquidity of their NFTs.

Learn more about Nonce Finance

About Nonce Finance

Nonce Finance is an NFT fractionalization protocol that increases the liquidity of NFTs by tokenizing them into fungible fractional tokens thereby allowing them to use various DeFi Legos. Nonce has built a custom bonding curve optimised for fractional tokens and is leveraging a buyout game that allows someone to buy a fractionalized NFT and make it whole again.

Website | Twitter | Telegram | Discord

About Polygon

Polygon is the first well-structured, easy-to-use platform for Ethereum scaling and infrastructure development. Its core component is Polygon SDK, a modular, flexible framework that supports building and connecting Secured Chains like Plasma, Optimistic Rollups, zkRollups, Validium, etc, and Standalone Chains like Polygon POS, designed for flexibility and independence. Polygon’s scaling solutions have seen widespread adoption with 450+ Dapps, 350M+ txns, and ~13.5M+ distinct users.

If you’re an Ethereum Developer, you’re already a Polygon developer! Leverage Polygon’s fast and secure txns for your Dapp, get started here.

More from the Polygon Blog
Introducing Plonky2

Polygon Zero’s mission is simple: to use zero-knowledge proofs to scale Ethereum to a billion users, without compromising decentralization or security. Achieving this requires fast and efficient proof systems. Today, we’re excited to share Plonky2, a major milestone for zero-knowledge cryptography. Plonky2 is a recursive SNARK that is 100x faster than existing alternatives and natively […]

Read More
Polygon Takes A Major Lead In ZK Rollups; Welcomes Mir, A Groundbreaking ZK Startup In A $400M Deal

TL;DR: We are excited to announce that Mir, a startup building groundbreaking ZK tech, is joining the Polygon family in a $400M* deal. Mir gathered a team of talented cryptographers and engineers, and after almost two years of work developed the world’s fastest ZK scaling technology. The Mir team is now joining Polygon in order […]

Read More
Polygon Announces Polygon Miden - A STARK-Based, Ethereum-Compatible Rollup

TL;DR: We are excited to announce the newest member of the Polygon solution suite - Polygon Miden, an upcoming STARK-based, EVM-compatible rollup. The project is led by Bobbin Threadbare, former Facebook’s core ZK researcher who led the development of Winterfell. Today we are releasing Polygon Miden’s core component - Miden VM, the first open-source STARK-based […]

Read More
Why Web3 Developers Are Choosing Polygon Over Other Solutions 

When it comes to deploying on Ethereum, there is only one place that lets developers easily migrate their projects, offers a broad range of scaling options and has some of the industry’s lowest transaction rates. These are just some of the reasons why the number of teams using Polygon jumped 100-fold in the past year. […]

Read More
Polygon’s Breakthrough Year: 2021 in Review

Welcome to 2022! This is shaping up to be another amazing year for the Polygon ecosystem. But after an absolutely breakthrough 2021, it's got big shoes to fill. Over the past year, Polygon made big strides toward accomplishing its mission of bringing the next billion users to Ethereum. The network’s low-fee infrastructure attracted some of […]

Read More
All You Need to Know About the Recent Network Upgrade

Earlier this month, Polygon’s core development team with help from bug bounty  platform Immunefi successfully fixed a critical network vulnerability. Considering the nature of this upgrade, it had to be executed without attracting too much attention. We are now ready to give the full account of what happened. A group of whitehat hackers notified Immunefi, […]

Read More
crossmenuchevron-down-circle