Horizen, a platform focusing on scalability and interoperability, has partnered with Tatum to ease dapp development on EON.
Horizen joins hands with Tatum
Horizen’s partnership with Tatum, a platform that simplifies blockchain development, enhances EON by simplifying application development.
The partnership aims to simplify the development of blockchain technology by reducing technical complexities. Tatum’s expertise in streamlining blockchain operations can benefit the EON chain.
Developers can also use Tatum’s cross-chain interaction support, allowing dapps to communicate with other blockchains like Ethereum, BNB Chain, and Polygon. With EON’s introduction to Tatum’s structure, developers can build and launch an RPC Node reliably and cost-effectively.
The Blockchain Data Retrieval through API feature provides developers on EON access to necessary blockchain data such as token balance inquiry, transaction monitoring, and interoperability.
Horizen pursues scalability, inclusion, and interoperability
Rob Viglione, the co-founder of Horizen and CEO of Horizen Labs, said:
“This collaboration with Tatum is a monumental step towards our vision of creating a more inclusive and dynamic blockchain ecosystem. By combining our strengths, we aim to offer developers a seamless experience, reducing the technical time from months to days.”
While Jiri Kobelka, the CEO of Tatum, said:
“Horizen’s EON chain has enormous potential to accelerate building dapps at scale. Our partnership will ensure that developers, irrespective of their blockchain experience, can effortlessly integrate blockchain functionalities, driving the next wave of blockchain innovations.”
EON, Horizen’s EVM-compatible smart contract platform, is a layer-2 solution that leverages Horizen’s Zendoo protocol, which allows the creation of scalable and interoperable blockchains.
The EON Alpha blockchain is now available on its mainnet and public testnet, Gobi. This technology allows developers to create personalized and secure blockchains and applications.
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