Polygon Nightfall is a one-of-a-kind, privacy-focused Rollup that combines Optimistic Rollups with Zero-Knowledge (ZK) cryptography commonly used in ZK-Rollups. It creates a scalable and private hybrid of the two popular technologies.
The Polygon Nightfall Webinar, which took place earlier this month, delved into topics including what Polygon offers, its collaboration with EY, and why Nightfall is the perfect solution for enterprises. At the online event, Polygon’s co-founder Sandeep Nailwal, EY Global Blockchain Leader Paul Brody, and Head of Global Blockchain R&D, Duncan Westland, discussed details about Nightfall. Polygon VP of Strategy Ravikant Agrawal moderated the discussion. We have put together key highlights from the event below.
Clockwise from top left: Sandeep Nailwal of Polygon, Duncan Westland of EY, Paul Brody of EY, and Ravikant Agrawal of Polygon.
Scaling Solutions Across the Spectrum
The first section focused on Polygon’s scaling solutions and how Polygon Nightfall fit in the context of the entire suite of solutions. Nightfall 3 enables conducting payments and transactions at a low cost.
EY’s Duncan explained where Nightfall fits in different types of scaling solutions
Business Values Nightfall Offers
The second section consisted of a deep dive into the specific applications of Polygon Nightfall. The speakers discussed the outlook for enterprise demand and the need for enterprise blockchains to strike a balance between privacy and compliance.
EY’s Paul concluded the discussions that EY and Polygon will continue to improve Nightfall by focusing on scalability with privacy going forward.
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