Polygon zkEVM APIs are now available in Blast
The wait is over! Now you can use your favorite API platform to get fast and easy access to Polygon’s decentralized Ethereum Layer 2 scalability solution.
As part of our commitment to provide fast and reliable decentralized access to the hottest and most relevant networks in the blockchain ecosystem, we have now added support in Blast for Polygon zkEVM.
Polygon, one of the most promising blockchains when it comes to Ethereum scaling solutions, has recently introduced Polygon zkEVM, a decentralized scaling solution that uses ZK-Rollups to execute smart contracts in a transparent and secure way, with much higher throughput and lower transaction fees.
Thanks to the innovations and flexibility brought by Polygon zkEVM, builders can develop a wide range of dApps for a variety of user profiles without sacrificing scalability. You can read more details about Polygon’s equivalent for EVM, zkEVM, in our in-depth analysis here.
Leveraging Blast API power to build and deploy dApps on Polygon zkEVM can provide developers with enhanced speed and performance benefits, all while eliminating the need to establish and manage their own node infrastructure. With the capability to assist developers at any point in their blockchain journey, Blast provides both public and free dedicated APIs as well as paid plans, allowing projects to seamlessly expand their capacity for higher usage whenever necessary.
Follow the quick guide below to see how easy it is to get Polygon zkEVM APIs through the Blast API.
How to Generate Polygon zkEVM APIs:
- Go to blastapi.io
- Press on “Get endpoint” or “Connect.” If you have never used Blast before, connect with your Metamask wallet or Wallet Connect and continue with the steps below.
- Create a new project to be able to generate your API endpoint, or use one of the projects you have already created.
- Inside the project space, go to Available Endpoints and activate Polygon zkEVM.
Pretty easy, right? Now you can simply copy-paste the endpoint generated into your dApp’s code and start #BUIDLING!
You can also use a public API to connect to Polygon zkEVM through Blast. Get it here.
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