Pocket Network and Fuse have extended their partnership. This after the two blockchain companies reported an exponential growth since they forged the partnership. “Pocket Network enables potentially limitless scaling for RPC read calls for Fuse – it’s exciting to see how scalable and open-source financial infrastructure is being built through this partnership,” said Mark Smargon, CEO of Fuse.
Pocket Network, a web3 RPC service provides plenty of blockchain bandwidth from its over 30,000 full nodes. The global full nodes network serves different applications in Web 3. It comprises 37 blockchains including Ethereum, Polygon, Solana, Harmony, and Avalanche.
Just like Pocket Network, Fuse is a blockchain infrastructure that offers open payment systems services. It’s also among the first blockchain services to utilize Pocket Network’s bandwidth. Due to the extended partnership, Fuse is set to route 20% of its RPC network through Pocket Network’s Web3 enabled infrastructure.
Currently, DeFi project Fuse has reported that it’s driving relays to the tunes of tens of millions across Pocket Network nodes. On the other hand, Pocket Network is serving over 300 million relays daily. However, the figure is expected to jump to Billions of relays once Pocket Network’s plan to onboard additional blockchains is completed.
In fact, Pocket Network’s goal is to support at least 100 million blockchains by the end year. That way, Pocket Network will also strengthen its relationship with other BlockChain companies; Fuse included. Due to enhanced relationships Pocket goal is to service 30-50% of traffic belonging to Fuse as well as other blockchains.
Since Pocket Network is a Web3 protocol, it’s not only decentralized but also uses cost-efficient approaches to coordinate and distribute data. Further, Pocket makes it easy to integrate blockchain with websites, mobile apps, IoT (Internet of Things). Pocket Network also supports seamless and secure interactions across blockchains as well as applications. Therefore it’s a reliable platform.