Panther Protocol is proud to announce a strategic partnership with Polygon, a secondary scalable solution, also known as the Ethereum Blockchain Internet, that builds a scalable private infrastructure for its smart contract platform, decentralized finance and Web 3.0.
Panther Protocol is proud to announce a strategic partnership with Polygon, a secondary scalable solution, also known as the Ethereum Blockchain Internet, that builds a scalable private infrastructure for its smart contract platform, decentralized finance and Web 3.0. The Panther protocol is based on the least viable product Polygon and also aims to implement an interoperability mechanism to selectively provide data protection and compliance with the Polygon network. In addition to technical support, Polygon will help Panther work with projects within the ecosystem to develop privacy features that can be used by end users. It will also support our mission of providing organizations and fintech companies with a clear path to private and interoperable DeFi.
Polygon and Pantera recognize the value of privacy as a fundamental human right. Panther uses zk-SNARK technology to enable users to discover completely secure non-knowledge assets (zAssets) with increased privacy, storing digital assets on any blockchain in the Panther vault. Then zAssets can be used in the DeFi ecosystem. MVP allows first-time Panther users to know zAssets, which provide standard privacy while preserving DeFi components. ZAsset monetization can be effectively seen as a defense mechanism, while incineration can be seen as unprotected. This is accomplished through multiple secured Polygon data protection pools, where zAssets are managed one-to-one with local provisioning in the Panther vault. What to expect from the Panthers MVP: Protecting and unlocking the assets that form the backbone of zAssets operations. Transfer of movable property. Full voluntary disclosure of information about selected transactions and their relationships. chance for me.
Why launch MVP Polygon? Panther decided to launch the Polygon MVP (formerly known as Matic), while the Panther Protocol (ZKP) token launches on Ethereum and uses Polygon's operational features to win tokens. Polygon was chosen for this project because it demonstrates exceptional technical capabilities and very low cost to adequately protect zAsset and the fast-growing and fast-growing DeFi ecosystem. “The Polygon approach enables scalable and affordable transactions for the Ethereum network and the growing DeFi protocol ecosystem that are already leveraging their technology,” said Oliver Gale, CEO of Panther Protocol. The partnership with Panther will benefit zAsset for all Panther users in a confidential, scalable and interoperable manner, opening the door to institutional acceptance and real-world retail use.
Test Pages are protocols and frameworks for building and connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks. TPA collects scalable solutions from Ethereum, supports Ethereum's multi-chain ecosystem, and combines the benefits of Ethereum and sovereign blockchains into a complete multi-chain system. TPA eliminates blockchain-related injuries such as high gas costs and low speeds without compromising security.
In the case of the PantherPanther protocol, it is an end-to-end data protection protocol that connects the Web 3.0 and DeFi blockchains to restore privacy, providing financial institutions with a clear path to joint participation in the digital asset market. Cryptoeconomics incentives and the use of zk-SNARKs technology. Users can discover zAssets without any knowledge, storing all blockchain digital assets in Panther storage, and discover zAssets on blockchains through a decentralized exchange built for sensitive and private metadata. Panther believes that zAssets will always be an ever-evolving asset class for users who want to customize their deals and strategies.