Nodeseeds invests in Polystarter

PolyStarter is the first decentralized project accelerator launching on Polygon. Nodeseeds has secured a round seed investment in this exciting new project.

Acceleration Station

Launching a blockchain used to be an incredibly complicated recipe. Mix together extensive programming experience, user interface considerations, and a dash of paranoia about security and voilà, you might have a functional network. Thankfully the modern blockchain launching process is a much more straightforward, turn-key process. This ease of access is in no small part thanks to accelerators and launchpads. Nodeseeds has secured an investment in the first decentralized accelerator on the Polygon network.

Why PolyStarter?

Astute members of the Nodeseeds community have likely noticed an uptick in the number of blockchain accelerators, automated market makers, and IDO platforms recently entering the market. The rise in such services directly correlates with the growth of the DeFi ecosystem and growing demands for easy market access. Like miners in a gold rush pioneering new lands, the swelling DeFi ranks are patiently awaiting infrastructure that will make traversing this new landscape much easier. The PolyStarter team recognized this ballooning demand and is actively building the infrastructure for one of the most promising Ethereum Layer 2 solutions.

Accelerating Success

Having a hand in building the infrastructure of the future is a humbling process. Our amazing community consistently reminds us of the power of distributed, incentivized action. The future is decentralized and interoperable — a fact that the PolyStarter team recognized when launching on Polygon. We’re excited to support the PolyStarter team with their launch as they help make the Polygon network’s power more accessible for all.

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