Polygon has announced the launch of its SDK stack that will allow developers to easily deploy their own Ethereum-connected blockchain. SDKs, or software development kits, are single installation packages that contain the necessary tools for seamless app creation.
According to an announcement on Wednesday, the Polygon SDK includes several plug-and-play modules with custom-made solutions for parameters such as consensus and synchronization.
In addition to consensus and synchronization, the Polygon SDK also includes other modules such as TxPool, JSON RPC, and GRPC. As part of the announcement, Polygon revealed that its SDK was designed to reflect the “Polkadot on Ethereum” approach, which could see the emergence of a multichan network for Ethereum.
The Polygon SDK will reportedly be present in two iterations, with the first version allowing developers to create standalone chains that have complete interoperability with the Ethereum network. In the second Polygon SDK iteration, the developer team will be able to create real layer-two protocols directly connected to the Ethereum mainnet.
Beyond these two iterations, developers are also eager to enable open-source collaboration for the SDK. The release announcement stated that there are plans to develop a plugin framework to allow developers to contribute additional modules to the Polygon SDK.
According to Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nelwal, Polygon SDK will play an important role in the future of layer-two progress, along with Ethereum multichan efforts, stating:
“With advanced ‘Layer 2’ solutions, Ethereum 2.0 all coming online now or soon, the need for a comprehensive interoperability framework is stronger than ever. With the Polygon SDK, we push for the multi-chain future of Ethereum Needs, including ease of deployment and inter-L2 communications. “
Polygon, formerly known as Matic, has been growing in popularity recently, especially as a major platform for growing Ethereum. Earlier in May, Cointegraph reported that the protocol User base 75,000. Was increased As more users continue to interact with polygon-based decentralized applications.
Meteorite growth of polygons is also reported Billionaire Mark Cuban Watches, Owner of Dallas Mavericks, identified protocol speed and a growing user base as key selling points.