The Unbound was released in the grandest manner, and it recently announced the big news of officially starting a collaboration with Polygon Labs. The Unbound allows B2B partners and users to effortlessly develop virtual worlds, express themselves in digital Metaverse, and create uninterrupted brand experiences like never before. Ever since The Unbound was launched, it aimed to collaborate with the Polygon network to build the platform further. The high-quality network infrastructure and high-speed and low-cost transactions offered by Polygon make it one of the best chains for the blockchain online gaming industry.
After spending months putting in tremendous hard work at the development of NFT products, The Unbound finally announced its joining forces with Polygon Labs to expand its Metaverse. This Polygon Labs integration in the Metaverse and NFT gaming with the unique Metaverse-as-a-service solution available on The Unbound will create incredible opportunities to push the immersion and utility of the Metaverse to a brand new level.
The Unbound is hopeful to see a great outcome from this collaboration and requests users to pay close attention to the social media channels for more joint developments.
Polygon Labs is an Ethereum scaling solution for the protocol. It engages with various other blockchain ecosystem developers and helps make affordable, secure, sustainable, and scalable blockchain infrastructure for the Web3 space. Polygon Labs initially developed a variety of protocols to allow developers to gain access to important scaling solutions, which include layer 2s, sidechains, data availability protocols, and app-specific chains.
The scaling solutions initially developed by Polygon Labs witnessed widespread adoption as thousands of dApps (decentralized applications), unique addresses crossing 235 million, more than 1.28 million smart contracts, and 2.64 billion transactions processed since its launch. The current Polygon network hosts some of the largest Web3 projects, including Open Sea, UniSwap, and Aave, as well as a few popular enterprises, including Adobe, Stripe, and Robinhood.