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Solana And Polygon Partner To Bring Web 3.0 To Smartphones

With a joint initiative with tech company Nothing, Polygon is pursuing the Solana blockchain in introducing Web3 to smartphones.

For its new Android-based Nothing Phone (1), Nothing has partnered with the Polygon network to deliver non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

The NFT project, also known as “Nothing Community Dots,” works by airdropping tokens to Nothing community investors. These tokens allow investors to access benefits like first access to new products and events. Invitations to Nothing Phone (1)’s debut on July 12 in London are some of the initial perks.

It was “immensely encouraging to see an innovator like Nothing embrace Web3 from the get-go, enabling direct access to Web3 by working with Polygon,” said Sandeep Nailwal, co-founder of Polygon.

The work of Polygon and Solana represents a resurgence of initiatives to create a phone that is native to the blockchain. Similar efforts were made by Sirin Labs in 2018, but they were unsuccessful, leading to layoffs and a lawsuit for unpaid factory costs.

If Polygon and Solana’s efforts are successful, they may be able to use the ease of commonly available cellphones to successfully introduce Web3 to a wider public.

Ethereum scaling tool Polygon supports Web3 for everyone. Polygon enables developers to create user-friendly, scalable decentralized applications (dApps) with cheap transaction fees without ever compromising security.

Prior to the event, Solana announced that it was creating its own blockchain-based smartphone called Saga. Saga would have a Web3 decentralized app (dapp) store named Solana Pay to enable on-chain payments and a vault to hold private keys.

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