Pocket Network will provide smooth Web3 app deployment for NEAR developers

The integration with NEAR, according to Pocket Network, allows native developers to launch their applications on other supported blockchains.
The integration with NEAR, according to Pocket Network, allows native developers to launch their applications on other supported blockchains.

Pocket Network, a globally distributed network of over 47,000 complete nodes that service Web3 applications across 46 blockchains, seeks to provide 100 percent uptime for projects.

It has announced a service integration that would increase NEAR blockchain network bandwidth while also allowing Web3 developers to deploy faster.

The latest integration with NEAR, according to Pocket Network, allows native developers to launch their applications on other supported blockchains such as Ethereum, Solana, Fuse, Avalanche, Harmony, and Polygon. NEAR developers can also avoid concerns about single points of failure owing to congestion or other service disruptions by integrating with many blockchains.

Pocket Network and NEAR in a win-win situation

Pocket Network seeks to provide full-node operators with profitable opportunities by accepting payments in its in-house token POKT for network traffic service. The co-founder and CEO of the company, Michael O’Rourke said:

“It’s a win-win-win scenario for NEAR apps, NEAR nodes, and the Pocket Network protocol.”

The NEAR ecosystem is projected to see reduced friction when connecting decentralized applications (DApps) via Pocket Portal, a layer-2 solution built on top of the Pocket Network protocol, thanks to Pocket Network’s integration autonomously allocating bandwidth and relays. 

“I’m thrilled NEAR developers will now have the opportunity to choose between Pocket Network’s decentralized network of RPC endpoints and other centralized solutions,” said Cameron Dennis, head of ecosystems at NEAR Foundation.

Several major blockchains, such as Polygon and Fantom, stepped in to support Terra’s dying developer community by assisting them in migrating their services to other chains.

The Polygon community, according to Polygon Studios CEO Ryan Wyatt, “is ready to welcome the developers and communities of these Terra projects.”

Blockchain project on the first layer Fantom, meanwhile, pledged its support for the Terra community by aiming to help any project or developer who wants to leave the Terra blockchain.

Meanwhile, there has been a flood of proposals and suggestions presented in front of Luna Foundation Guard, with Vitalik Buterin believing that it should focus on prioritizing smallholders.