GetBlock adds Polygon shared and dedicated nodes to empower its clients with a seamless access to leading scaling solution.
GetBlock, a top-league blockchain nodes provider, is going to expand into the Polygon full-stack scaling ecosystem. Both shared and dedicated nodes of Polygon Network are now available for GetBlock clients.
This release is of paramount importance for GetBlock: now every client of its instruments can deploy his/her decentralized application to Polygon, fastest and cost-efficient commit-chain.
With Polygon integration, GetBlock’s suite of supported blockchains is joined by the world's fastest growing programmatic platform. Polygon is going mainstream as it processes transactions with lightning-fast speed and trivial fees.
Connection to Polygon (MATIC) can be established in the ‘Nodes’ module of GetBlock dashboard. API connections with both JSON-RPC and WebSockets methods are available.
Blockchain developers can now move their applications from the first-gen smart contract platforms to Polygon. Polygon is fully EVM-compatible: every Ethereum developer is a Polygon developer as well.
Starting from mid-July, 2021, users of all GetBlock’s plans can access Polygon nodes with 100% uptime.
One of the leaders of node access providers’ segment, GetBlock always seeks for the most advanced and resource-efficient solutions that can boost the performance of its clients’ dApps.
Thus, Polygon integration is well aligned with GetBlock’s long-term mission of empowering blockchain-focused entrepreneurs with reliable and low-cost access to all sorts of blockchain nodes.
Polygon Network (previously Matic Network) is a unique platform that boasts all viable Ethereum scalability solutions on-boarding decentralized applications of all types. Thus, it acts as a universal scaling hub allowing its customers to merge Ethereum’s patented reliability with high speed and negligible costs.
Polygon SDK provides devs with the opportunity to build on a unique stack that includes Secured Chains (scaling solutions: Plasma, Optimistic Rollups, zkRollups, Validium, and so on) and Standalone Chains like Polygon’s own Proof-of-Stake network.