Pocket Network, a relay infrastructure middleware protocol, announced something integration to enhance the network bandwidth of NEAR blockchain while enabling faster deployment occasions for Web3 developers.
Based on Pocket Network, the most recent integration with NEAR enables native developers to deploy their applications on other supported blockchains, including Ethereum, Solana, Fuse, Avalanche, Harmony and Polygon. Additionally, by getting integrations with multiple blockchains, NEAR developers can overcome concerns regarding single points of failure because of bottlenecks or any other service disruptions.
Pocket Network aims to accomplish 100% up-here we are at projects using a globally distributed network well over 47,000 full nodes that service Web3 applications across 46 blockchains.
Pocket Network aims to create revenue generation possibilities for full-node operators by providing payments in the in-house token Pocket Network (POKT) for servicing traffic over the network. “It’s victory-win-win scenario for NEAR apps, NEAR nodes and also the Pocket Network protocol,” noted Michael O’Rourke, co-founder and Chief executive officer of Pocket Network.
With Pocket Network’s integration autonomously allocating bandwidth and relays, the NEAR ecosystem is anticipated to witness reduced friction when connecting decentralized applications (DApps) via Pocket Portal, a layer-2 product on the top from the Pocket Network protocol. Speaking around the development, Cameron Dennis, mind of environments at NEAR Foundation mentioned:
“I’m thrilled NEAR developers will possess the chance to choose from Pocket Network’s decentralized network of RPC endpoints along with other centralized solutions.”
Related: Polygon yet others extend helping hands to Terra blockchain projects
So that they can revive Terra’s fallen developer community, numerous popular blockchains including Polygon and Fantom offered a helping hands in aiding these to migrate their professional services with other chains.
We’re working carefully with a number of Terra projects to assist them to migrate over quickly to @0xPolygon.
We are putting capital and sources against these migrations to welcome the developers as well as their particular communities to the platform.
We are discussing more soon.
— Ryan Wyatt (@Fwiz) May 15, 2022
Based on Polygon Studios Chief executive officer Ryan Wyatt, The Polygon community “is prepared to welcome the developers and communities of those Terra projects.”
Any Terra Luna projects available searching for any new chain, please PM us.
Fantom’s uptime is 100%, fast, low-cost, and reliable, having a great community.
Can help having a grant program, integration, marketing, and connections.#terra #Terra_Luna #Luna
— Fantom Foundation (@FantomFDN) May 15, 2022
Layer-1 blockchain project Fantom, too, extended its support towards the Terra community by promising to help assembling your shed or developer who would like to escape from Terra blockchain.