The NFT marketplace Magic Eden opens its arms to all Web3 developers working on the Polygon blockchain network
- Magic Eden now supports three blockchain networks—Solana, Ethereum and Polygon.
- By adding Polygon, many gaming-related NFTs are expected to join the marketplace.
- The platform will also roll out a launchpad to further support Polygon users.
Perks of Magic Eden Integrating Polygon – Reasons Why
Following the crypto exchange’s disaster on November 10, the price of SOL fell by almost 57% this month, according to CoinStats:
Therefore, there is no better time for Magic Eden to add a new blockchain network to its marketplace. Consequently, Polygon ticks all the right boxes.
By integrating this Layer 2 blockchain network, Magic Eden can form solid relationships with Web3 gaming giants. Polygon consists of numerous Web3 gaming communities, including the ever-so-famous Decentraland, Atari and The Sandbox.
“We are adding Polygon as our third supported chain on Magic Eden. We’re excited to partner closely with industry-leading game developers building on blockchain technology, reach new NFT collectors brought by global brands entering NFTs, and continue unifying cross chain audiences,”wrote Polygon on a company blog post.
Another plus side of adding Polygon to the mix is that it has strong relationships with high-end fintech firms, Robinhood and Stripe, and the world’s largest software company, Abode.
Magic Eden will also further support users of the blockchain network by rolling out a launchpad for those who use MATIC.
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