Web3 Polygon: The ultimate platform for building dapps

Polygon's feature for creating apps that showcase the features Web3 has to offer will enable it to disseminate the technology DIPSu9FOZo.

Polygon has announced a partnership with Nothing, the developer of Phone (1). The Ethereum scaling protocol’s technology will be integrated into Nothing’s first smartphone. Polygon won't be manufacturing its own smartphone, but the partnership aims to introduce crypto and NFTs to a larger group of people by enabling access to Web3 functionality for such users.

A polygon is a shape.

The phone manufacturer will be distributing non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to its community investors. NFTs are dubbed "Nothing Community Dots" and they enable members to access exclusive community content. Some special perks include discounts on merchandise, entry into unique offline events, etc.

The collaboration between Polygon and the tech company is just the first step in their comprehensive plan, which includes the release of Nothing's phone on July 12th.

“This launch is designed to take the Nothing brand beyond consumer tech, making it one of the first in the sector to bridge real-world products with the fast-growing Web3 space. In the future, the goal is to make all of Nothing’s phone products and other ecosystem devices future-ready by supporting sustainable and secure access to Web3 applications.”

Besides apps and games on the Polygon platform, Nothing Phone (1) users will have access to the network's payments and future features, such as a proof-based identification solution, Polygon ID. The end goal is to make all of Nothing's phone products and other ecosystem devices "future-ready" by backing sustainable and secure access to Web 3 apps.

The Blockchain-powered Smartphones have the ability to track your location, monitor your activity and even listen in on your conversations.

The first blockchain smartphones were released in 2018. In fact, the initial wave of products from giants such as Samsung may not be a big hit, but companies from the industry itself have shifted their focus to this idea. One such as Solana Saga.

Last month, Solana revealed a new Web3-powered smartphone, 'Solana Saga,' as well as a developer kit. The latter is called the Solana Mobile Stack and offers Android developers the tools necessary to develop secure crypto wallets and Web3 apps. In short, Solana Mobile Stack will be pre-installed on every Solana Saga.

The efforts to create blockchain-enabled smartphones have not been successful, despite the launch of the HTC Exodus. Solana is not very different from its predecessors in its pitch.