Tenderly Completes Its Integration With Boba Network

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Tenderly Completes Its Integration With Boba Network
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Tenderly has now fully integrated with Boba Network, a widely-known Layer 2 solution. This integration extends Tenderly’s support to Boba Network on four chains, namely Ethereum, Binance, Moonbeam, and Avalanche. As a result, developers on the Web3 platform can utilize the Tenderly platform to construct on the Boba Network and participate in Ethereum’s scalability efforts.

With Tenderly’s all-in-one Web3 development platform, developers can now construct dependable smart contracts on the Boba Network while reducing risks and experiencing a seamless workflow.

This integration expands the possibilities for developers who can now utilize Tenderly’s development, observability, and infrastructure tools to create even smarter applications on Boba Network.

As a smart contract developer, you can access many functionalities, including Tenderly’s Debugger, Gas Profiler, Transaction Simulator, Forks, Alerting, and Web3 Actions. These functions allow developers to design, optimize, monitor, and operate dependable smart contracts.

Boba Network is a computation-based Layer 2 scaling solution that provides an easy way for Web3 developers to build on or bridge to the Boba Network. Here are some of the benefits Boba Network offers:

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Hybrid Compute: Boba Network utilizes Hybrid Compute technology to link Web3 with Web2. Developers can execute external Web2 API calls and gather real-world data. 

EVM Compatibility and Scalability: Boba Network is highly scalable thanks to its optimistic rollup architecture. Additionally, since it is EVM-compatible, you can quickly port or build smart contracts.

Security: Boba Network is a child chain of Ethereum, enabling it to provide the same level of security as Ethereum. 

Multichain Support: Boba Network supports a variety of L1 networks, and network fees are paid in $BOBA or other L1-native assets.

High Transaction Throughput and Finality: The network can handle a high transaction volume and offers gas fees that are 40-100 times lower than on the respective Layer 1.

An L1-L2 Swap System: Boba’s swap-based system enables users to transfer funds across different chains without delays. 

The integration of Tenderly with Boba paves the way for developing low-gas-consuming smart contracts and strengthening monitoring processes. It is also a viable and efficient way to automate custom responses tied to off-chain events. 

Tenderly’s unwavering commitment to supporting Web3 developers in their pursuit of creating innovative products on the blockchain remains steadfast. Its integration with the Boba Network opens up a new realm of networks and opportunities for smart contract engineers.

By creating a free Tenderly account, developers can take advantage of these benefits and start building smarter on the Boba Network today.

About Tenderly

Tenderly is a venture-backed, leading blockchain development platform that simplifies building innovative blockchain products for seasoned and new developers alike. The company works closely with the Web 3.0 community to provide the right tools, services, and infrastructure to help developers build groundbreaking products with less friction. For more information, visit https://tenderly.co/.

About Boba Network

Boba Network is an optimistic-based multichain layer-2 scaling solution that aims to unlock the potential of rollup technology and enable more flexible blockchain communication. The protocol is fully compatible with EVM-based tools and has already deployed multichain support for Avalanche, BNB, Moonbeam and Fantom, supporting lightning-fast transactions and fees anywhere from 40-100X less than the respective layer-1. Boba Network is powered by Hybrid Compute technology that brings the power of Web2 on-chain, with smarter smart contracts that allow developers to leverage off-chain compute and real-world data to deliver enriched experiences for decentralized applications. 

For more information, please visit: https://boba.network.