Sandeep Nailwal, co-founder of Polygon, explains how the company is working to overcome Ethereum's constraints.

According to Nailwal, Polygon's scalability, fast processing speeds, and low gas prices give a solution to Ethereum's present network restrictions. Polygon (MATIC), a layer-two network built on Ethereum (ETH) for scalability and application infrastructure development, has recently gained traction among blockchain aficionados. The network's momentum is robust, with a $1 billion investment in zero-knowledge technology, a $200 million Web 3.0 social media project, and integration with Opera's web browser to make its decentralized apps available to 80 million Android mobile users.


However, aside from relationships and commerce, the network's technological capabilities, particularly when compared to Ethereum, are grabbing the attention of many blockchain developers. Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal discussed the network's adoption in an exclusive conversation with Cointelegraph.


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