Announced on Monday, EY’s flagship blockchain services together with EY OpsChain and EY Blockchain Analyzer can be built-in with Polygon, permitting transactions to be dedicated to Ethereum through the sidechain.
EY emphasised that its enterprise purchasers could have entry to elevated transaction throughput with predictable charges and settlement occasions utilizing Polygon.
The agency additionally revealed it’s working with Polygon to supply permissioned, personal optimistic rollup chains. Rollups are a second-layer scaling answer that gives elevated safety and effectivity in comparison with transacting on the Ethereum mainnet. Paul Brody, EY International Blockchain Chief, remarked:
Ernst & Younger (EY), one of many ‘Large 4’ consulting multinationals, will join its blockchain options to Polygon to mitigate the scalability constraints of Ethereum’s mainnet.
“Working with Polygon supplies EY groups with a robust set of instruments to scale transactions for purchasers and provides a quicker roadmap to integration on the general public Ethereum mainnet.”
Polygon co-founder Sandeep Nailwal praised EY for its dedication to the Ethereum ecosystem and open know-how requirements.
Whereas EY has continued to iterate its layer-two zero-knowledge proof protocol Dusk, the agency additionally helped launch the open-source Baseline Protocol in March 2020.
Demand for Ethereum scaling options has surged in current months amid the persistently high fees related to transacting on mainnet. As such, the whole worth locked (TVL) on the Polygon community has surged from roughly $1 billion at first of April to $8.5 billion right now.