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Polygon Joins Hands With Sensorium to Foster Web3 Development

19 Nov, 2022

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Polygon Studios has joined forces with Sensorium, a leading metaverse and Web3 developer, to speed up the development of Web3 projects. The collaboration will enable NFT-related capabilities in the Sensorium Galaxy metaverse, the Senso decentralized application, and the recently launched Under project.

Senso DApp, the first Sensorium application that will be utilizing Polygon’s infrastructure, is a play-to-earn tycoon game in which users scout NFT artists, organize metaverse music concerts, and sell tickets in exchange for incentives in SENSO tokens.

Polygon is home to thousands of Web3 projects, including UniSwap, Aave, and OpenSea. Polygon’s carbon-neutral network is utilized by global giants like Stripe, Adobe, Meta, and Robinhood, who have leveraged it to foray into the Web3 market because of its low costs, lightning-fast transactions, and the debut of zkEVM and other top-quality scaling solutions.

By partnering with Polygon Studios, Sensorium will have access to a lightning-fast, low-fee, green blockchain and a plethora of scaling options to fuel its Play-to-Earn Metaverse game, the project’s token, and other services.

According to Alexander Firsov, chief Web3 officer of Sensorium, “the move will also help us create better opportunities for our community to engage with cutting-edge technology and enter a revolutionary new era in digital experiences, which is one of the greatest goals at Sensorium.”

More partnerships for Polygon

In spite of the market’s extreme volatility after the FTX catastrophe, Polygon has continued to secure major collaborations. On November 17th, the project joined hands with Consensys and 17 other blockchain firms to establish the Ethereum Climate Platform (ECP).

The ecosystem-specific platform was developed for the Ethereum network with the intention of reducing the blockchain’s pre-Merge September energy consumption. 
Meanwhile, Polygon has been ranked third in the top DeFi projects by income, according to data compiled by deFi data aggregator DeFiLlama. Furthermore, the findings revealed that on November 10, the number of Proof-of-Stake (PoS) chain addresses on Polygon also rose to 575,309, marking a four-week high.


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