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Matic Network, the leading layer 2 scaling platform for Ethereum, will be working with Bluzelle to enable developers to store their data in a decentralized manner. In a post Covid-19 world, privacy and security is a top concern. By partnering with Bluzelle, Matic is furthering their goal of providing developers on Matic with a fully decentralized tech stack. With Bluzelle, developers can ensure their data is always available, scalable and tamper-proof.
Matic recently announced that they achieved 7200 TPS on their latest testnet. Given the recent high fees on Ethereum and the delay of Ethereum 2.0, the high volume of transactions capable of being achieved by Matic could not come faster. With these transaction numbers, an increasing number of developers are choosing to use Matic Network (which already has more than 60+ DApps running on their infrastructure), and in turn the demand for decentralized data storage from Matic developers will continue to grow.
“Developers are building decentralized apps, but most of their tech is still reliant on centralized solutions. This is not ideal as those systems can go down without you being able to do anything,” said Matic COO Sandeep Nailwal. “In July Cloudflare went down, making thousands of apps inaccessible. Bluzelle enables our developers to get closer to a complete Web 3 product.”
Bluzelle is a decentralized data network that enables dapps and tokenized applications to manage data in a secure, tamper-proof, and highly scalable manner. Bluzelle is powered by Cosmos and its BFT technology Tendermint and is designed to be interoperable for decentralized applications on any blockchain. Bluzelle plays a critical role in the advancement and adoption of Web 3.0.
“Matic is a critical solution for many of the use cases Bluzelle is designed for. As a NoSQL database, we are built for finance and gaming. ...
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