Polygon has been leading the media space recently with its multiple partnerships that will help integrate Web 3.0 into the products of worldwide companies and productions. This article will show you the ways of Web3.0 integration and explain the advantages of such collaborations. But first, a quick reminder…
What Is Web3.0?
Web3.0 is a model of worldwide network development that exhibits blockchain and decentralised nets to increase the security and utility of all the online apps we use on a daily basis.
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Now when that is clear we can go on. Right now Polygon is in the top-20 cryptocurrencies in terms of market capitalization and is holding the sixth place in terms of TVL (total value locked). What are the partnerships that are helping Polygon make a name for itself?
Facebook, who have recently changed their name to Meta and are making leaps into the metaverse have signed a contract with Polygon and Ethereum to showcase the NFTs, you own in the main feed. Cryptowallets are already integrated into Instagram and Facebook apps and it is now just a matter of time until their users start exploring the world of blockchain. Even though NFTs are highly associated with fraud, Meta is sure that the partnership will allow creators to monetise their work and gain support from their fans.
A paragraph about Nothing
Oneplus brand has been a beloved one between the enthusiasts and regular because of how stable and reliable their products were. They have recently renamed themselves as well and the Nothing brand (Yes, that is the actual name) is now launching the new Nothing Phone (1) worldwide. The key feature is the integration of NFTs into the ecosystem and the easiest Web3.0 interaction, available on the market.
Another fallen giant, who has been ruling the world of Android devices some time ago is looking forward to changing their strategy and has also unveiled a “metaverse focused” smartphone - HTC Desire 22 Pro. The device supports a built-in physical crypto wallet and is said to be the market leading phone in terms of AR compatibility.
Solana has announced a work in progress on their new product too. The Saga phone will support the new Solana Mobile Stack technology and will also be available worldwide.
However, the mobile phone market is quite a dangerous place with a monopoly that makes it super complicated for little companies to succeed. That is why we aren’t quite sure about Solana’s approach, but the Nothing Phone (1) will definitely be a thing that will bring blockchain into the masses.
It doesn’t end there, though.
The red robot company is also willing to grab their piece of cake in the crypto hype. After the integration with Ethereum that allowed users to showcase their NFTs as PFPs they are going even further with announcing an NFT marketplace that doesn’t even require a crypto wallet and will allow you to buy tokens with regular credit cards.
All this clearly shows that the tech world needs some fresh air and that fresh air is blockchain. There is no doubt that we will be seeing even more partnerships with Polygon and blockchain networks overall. Get ready!