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BREAKING: Polygon Partners with Deutsche Telekom to Secure the Polygon PoS Sidechain and Supernets App-chains in a Groundbreaking Collaboration



Polygon (MATIC) announces a groundbreaking partnership with one of the largest telecommunication companies in the world, Deutsche Telekom. Deutsche Telekom would become one of the 100 validators on the Polygon Proof of Stake (PoS) network according to the announcement. In this case, there will be staking and validation services for the Polygon PoS network and Supernets.

In addition, Polygon would leverage the company’s security, governance, and decentralization to secure the PoS sidechain. Polygon’s Supernet is very popular among developers as it enables them to build a customizable app-chain flexible enough to be implemented quickly and smoothly.

Dirk Röder, Head of the Blockchain Solutions Center at Deutsche Telekom believes that this collaboration will be a huge step for the company as part of its effort to explore the potential of blockchain technology.

The Polygon ecosystem is very developer-friendly and resource-efficient. It is based on the highest security standards of the Ethereum ecosystem. The collaboration with Polygon is an important step for Deutsche Telekom MMS to fully exploit the potential of blockchain technology and enable applications suitable for mass deployment. Deutsche Telekom MMS also supports Polygon staking, contributing to the security and decentralization of the blockchain.

The Polygon Advancing Ecosystem with Partnerships
The official statement from Deutsche Telekom explains the importance of validators in operating and securing blockchains. It is important to note that the Polygon ecosystem has several protocols at the disposal of developers. This enables them to access main scaling solutions such as “zero-knowledge rollups, sidechains, app-specific chains, and data availability protocols.”

Some of these main contributions including decentralization would be done by running a full node, producing blocks, validating and participating in consensus, then finally, ensuring that checkpoints are committed on the Ethereum mainnet.

Michael Blank, Chief Operating Officer at Polygon Labs commented on the collaboration.

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