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Introducing Polygon ID, Zero-Knowledge Identity for Web3

At Polygon, we believe that putting people firmly in control of their digital identities is at the core of Web3’s promise to empower users over networks. We have been working behind the scenes to fulfill this promise and today are proud to introduce Polygon ID, the self-sovereign, decentralized and private identity for the next iteration […]

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Introducing Polygon Nightfall Mainnet: Decentralized Private Transactions for Enterprise

We’re in the early innings when it comes to enterprise needs for blockchains. Whether it’s supply chain management or marketplaces, the potential for secure business transactions on a public ledger has enormous implications. That’s why we’re pleased to announce Polygon Nightfall, a blockchain solution that leverages cutting edge Optimistic-Zero Knowledge technology to give businesses an […]

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How Polygon is Helping Reforest the Indian Subcontinent

Planting trees is one of the simplest ways of pulling excess carbon out of the atmosphere. But it only counts if the planting is done at scale and the trees survive. SankalpTaru is an Indian non-profit tackling this problem with Polygon’s blockchain technology. Founded in 2013, SankalpTaru has planted over 3 million trees across hundreds […]

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PolygonInsights - WEEK24

Hola readers! Polygon launches the 2nd edition of #BUIDLIT - one of the biggest web3 hackathons and three new game titles are coming to Polygon - PlayWildcard, Playmetalcore, and Derby Stars.  Let’s dive in.  Key takeaways:  Uniswap V3’s volume continues to grow for the third consecutive week, reaching $814.25 Mn. Cafeswap (3.1kk, +89%) and BitKeep […]

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Polygon Reaches First Sustainability Milestone by Achieving Network Carbon Neutrality

Polygon has made a major first step toward becoming carbon negative with the retirement of $400,000 in carbon credits representing 104,794 tonnes of greenhouse gasses, or the entirety of the network’s CO2 debt since inception.  The milestone comes after Polygon in mid-April released its Green Manifesto, part of its broader vision for sustainable development. The […]

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State of Governance #2: Identity & Reputation

Clink Clank For a period of time, democracy in ancient Athens was exercised in a peculiar way.* Every eligible voter, when entering the hall, would receive a single pebble to be cast in one of two urns during assembly, signifying approval or disapproval on an issue. Athenians, understanding the significance of votes being cast anonymously, […]

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