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- The collaboration helps bring multi-party computations to Polygon.
- Polygon developers can now add more privacy and security to projects via private smart contracts.
- The goal is to enable more decentralized privacy in the Web3 ecosystem.
Partisia Blockchain Foundation, the non-profit organization behind the development leading Web3-focused public blockchain platform, has announced a major partnership with Polygon aimed at boosting the Ethereum scaling solution’s ecosystem via cutting-edge data-privacy features.
The collaboration, announced on Thursday, will introduce new decentralized, privacy-first zero-knowledge computations to Polygon, unlocking its Internet of Blockchains capabilities.
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The Partisia network will help the Polygon developer ecosystem achieve this via private smart contracts, the platforms announced. With this integration, computing functions will now not be limited to two parties – thanks Partisia Blockchain’s multi-party computation (MPC) features.
Brian Gallagher, the co-founder of Partisia Blockchain, said in a statement that the partnership is crucial as Polygon looks to strengthen its push toward privacy in the Web3 ecosystem.
In the long run, this integration will enable a whole new generation of secure and privacy-minded Web3 services.”
Going forward, Partisia Blockchain plans to support tokens native to Polygon and other ERC-20 tokens to help users pay node fees
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