Use Blast API to unlock the potential of Polygon

Blast offers high performance APIs for Polygon, a blockchain scaling solution that improves speed, reduces fees, and nurtures decentralized ecosystems by enhancing Ethereum's capabilities.

Benefits of Polygon

About Polygon

Polygon, formerly known as Matic Network, is a popular blockchain platform and Ethereum scaling solution that has gained prominence for its role in enhancing the scalability, interoperability, and usability of the Ethereum network.
Launched in 2017, Polygon is designed to address the limitations of Ethereum, which often faces congestion and high gas fees due to its rapid growth and popularity. Polygon achieves this by providing a layer-2 scaling solution that aims to make Ethereum more efficient and user-friendly.

At its core, Polygon offers a framework for building and connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchains, often referred to as “sidechains“ or “Layer 2 solutions.“ These sidechains can be customized to meet the specific needs of decentralized applications and smart contracts, enabling faster and more cost-effective transactions. Polygon supports a variety of consensus mechanisms, allowing developers to choose the one that best suits their use case, whether it's for gaming, DeFi, NFTs, or other applications. Additionally, Polygon offers robust security through its integration with Ethereum's security model, ensuring the safety of assets and data.

One of Polygon's standout features is its commitment to achieving interoperability with other blockchain networks. This means that dApps and assets built on Polygon can seamlessly interact with those on other blockchains, fostering a more interconnected and collaborative blockchain ecosystem. With its user-friendly developer tools and vibrant community, Polygon has become a go-to choice for projects seeking to leverage Ethereum's capabilities while mitigating its scalability issues, marking it as a crucial player in the ongoing evolution of blockchain technology.

Free Public API for Polygon

Polygon Mainnet

Polygon Mainnet launched in 2020, is the blockchain's core network offering. It serves as the foundation for Polygon's Layer 2 scaling solutions, providing a secure, efficient, and fully decentralized platform. Developers can build, deploy, and interact with smart contracts on the Mainnet, making it a robust ecosystem for blockchain innovation.

Public RPC Endpoint

Public WSS Endpoint





Returns the number of the most recent block

eth_blockNumber response

Returns the number of the most recent block


An integer value of the current block number the client is on


curl -X POST https://polygon-mainnet.public.blastapi.io \
-H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
-d '{"jsonrpc":"2.0","id":0,"method":"eth_blockNumber"}'
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Blast Features for Polygon Builders

Pay on chain

Blast accepts on-chain payments via MetaMask and WalletConnect. Available to pay in USDT and USDC for plan upgrades, plan renewals or marketplace purchases.

Included with all plans

Archive Nodes

These nodes retain all historical transaction information on the Polygon blockchain from the genesis block to the present, enabling users to query and retrieve any past information. The Archive Nodes feature is enabled starting with the Developer plan.

Included with Developer, Startup, Enterprise & Pay As You Go plans

Trace API

This API provides detailed information about specific transactions on Polygon, including their origins, destinations, intermediate steps, and associated data. Trace API is enabled starting with the Developer plan.

Included with all plans

Debug API

The Debug API gives Polygon developers access to several non-standard RPC methods, which will allow them to inspect, debug and set certain debugging flags during runtime.

Included with Developer, Startup, Enterprise & Pay As You Go plans


Polygon Supernets leverage Polygon's advanced EVM client technology to create customized, high-performing app-chains. They simplify blockchain development, allowing you to focus on your business model and user strategies while offering compliance options.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Polygon and what is it used for?

Polygon is a blockchain scaling solution that enhances the Ethereum network's efficiency and usability. It provides faster transaction speeds and lower fees, making decentralized applications more accessible and cost-effective for users and developers.

How can I use Blast on Polygon?

Just go to Launch App, connect your wallet and get direct access to dedicated endpoints that you can organize into projects depending on your development needs.

What projects can be built on the Polygon network?

Developers can build a wide range of projects on the Polygon network, such as decentralized finance (DeFi) apps, NFT marketplaces, blockchain games, and virtual experiences. Additionally, Polygon supports the creation of decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs), supply chain solutions, social networks, identity systems, healthcare applications, and more.

Where can I find resources to start building on Polygon?

Getting started with developing on Fantom by using Blast APIs is straightforward. You can follow the instructions in our documentation.

Where do I get support if my Blast APIs are not working on Polygon?

The Bware Labs team is available 24/7 via Discord for support! Just join our server and write down your questions in the Technical Support channel.

Blast Resources for Polygon Developers

Getting started with developing on Polygon by using Blast APIs is straightforward. You can follow the instructions in our documentation to set up your development environment and start building.

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