MarTech Blockchain company Ojamu has announced its Polygon Mainnet Launch with the support of Polygon, a leading decentralized framework for interconnecting Ethereum-compatible Blockchain networks.
The AI-driven Ojamu platform has already partnered with Polygon in the development of its testnet, as Polygon strives to empower individuals and communities to exchange value without gatekeepers and intermediaries on the global scale.
In order to facilitate and optimize the Polygon Mainnet usage, Ojamu will be announcing a ‘Bridge’ mechanism and plan for its current ERC-20 OJA Token holders in the coming days.
The Ojamu Blockchain team has advanced its development on integrating with Polygon PoS in order to utilize the benefits of Polygon’s Ethereum scaling solution. Polygon PoS Chain is an EVM-compatible sidechain, secured by a set of PoS validators and checkpoints.
The development will further improve the user experience in the Ojamu ecosystem by streamlining congestion problems. Further technical updates will be announced soon.
Ojamu is a Singapore-based MarTech platform built to be interoperable across leading Blockchain networks such as Ethereum, Polygon, Fantom, Polkadot, and Solana. The MarTech company utilizes the power of real-time data, AI, and Blockchain to automate and optimize digital marketing strategies for brands across any industry verticals.
Ojamu helps brands reach their digital marketing goals by using data-driven predictions and recommendations across all digital channels, both in the Blockchain and ‘traditional’ business space.
Polygon is a protocol and a framework for building and connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks. A decentralized team of contributors combines Ethereum and sovereign blockchains to create systems that solve problems while maintaining high levels of security.
Built by developers for developers, Polygon key features include ETH compatibility, scalability, security, sovereignty, interoperability, user & developer experience, and modularity.
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