Bitberry also supports Polygon mainnets, which means Bitberry users will be able to link to the Polygon mainnet and access web wallets and Polygon-based DApps through the Bitberry portal.
Polygon also announced that it would offer more convenient wallet services to Bitberry wallet service users in Korea through additional subsidy investments, strategic support for Bitberry, and co-marketing leveraging Bitberry’s large user base wallet service and DeFi network Bitberry swap.
This means Bitberry users will benefit from Polygon, and Polygon will benefit from Bitberry Wallet users in Korea, as well as Bitberry’s KakaoTalk login feature.
Bitberry offers wallet services for a variety of altcoins as well as major cryptocurrencies like BTC and ETH, and supports easy access to cryptocurrency wallets for millions of users via features like cryptocurrency remittance via phone numbers and Kakao Talk login. Bitberry also recently announced the launch of the Bitberry swap DeFi platform, which will allow users to use Bitberry Wallet to access a variety of DeFi and CeFi services.
Polygon is the first framework for Ethereum scalability and infrastructure creation that is well-structured and simple to use. Polygon SDKs, modular versatile frameworks built for versatility and independence that support building and linking independent chains like Matic POS with security chains like Plasma, Optimistic Rollups, zkRollups, Validium, and others, are key components.
With over 130 Dapps, 22.8M txns, and 364,000 unique users, Polygon’s scaling solutions have been widely adopted.