Polygon is the most popular amongst emerging blockchains in 2023 so far. It’s safe to say, the Layer 2 solution is as good as its parent chain, Ethereum. In that spirit, let’s try this easy course which shows step-by-step how to launch a Polygon token in under 30 minutes. Perks include a cool community, top-notch NFTs and great tech support. You in?
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Frequently asked questions
Yes, Polygon, being an L2 solution to Ethereum, requires a gas fee. However, it is much cheaper than Ethereum.
Yes, MetaMask supports Polygon. As a rule, MetaMask does not support or welcome blockchains that are not EVM-compatible. Polygon is EVM-compatible. Thus, it can be used on MetaMask.
In order to deploy a smart contract on the Polygon Network, you need to get a Polygon-compatible wallet and some testnet MATIC tokens from the Polygon Faucet. Next, install Remix IDE to write, compile and deploy the contract to the network.
Polygon is not ON Ethereum. Instead, Polygon operates using the Ethereum blockchain through a process called sidechaining, which consists of blockchains connecting to the main Ethereum blockchain. This way Polygon inherits the security and decentralization of Ethereum along with providing its own scalability and flexibility.