IT services for cryptocurrencies / Web3
Develop decentralised applications on the blockchain
Development of blockchain applications and ERC-20 tokens
Switzerland is the leading country in the development of blockchain technologies, and the University of Zurich runs a large research group in the field of decentralised applications, distributed ledger technologies and decentralised applications (Dapps). PolygonSoftware combines this academic knowledge with practical experience to develop smart chain applications based on blockchains such as Ethereum or Binance. Web applications can also be developed, which can communicate directly with the blockchain using Web3.js.
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Interesting background knowledge about Crypto / Web3 at the location Switzerland
Smart Contract & Blockchain Development
Switzerland (and Zug in particular) is internationally known as "Crypto Valley". Zug alone is home to over 1,000 companies that revolve around the topic of crypto.
These include the development of services that interact with the crypto ecosystem, the development of blockchain-based applications and everything in between.
In Zug, more than 5,000 employees are involved in the development of blockchain technologies, and home to more than 11 unicorns (companies with a company valuation of one billion and more).
ERC-20 token development on the Ethereum blockchain
Polygon has experience with the development of so-called ERC-20 tokens. ERC20 is a token standard for smart contracts on the Ethereum Blockchain. The standard specifies several functionalities that a smart contract must adhere to in order for the token defined with it to be easily traded and passed on.
A token can define any number of additional smart functionalities.
BEP-20 Token Development on the Binance Smart Chain
The Binance Smart Chain is a smart contract platform, which is in many respects with the Ethereum blockchain in many respects. Smart contracts for the Binance Smart Chain BSC are developed in the same way as for the Ethereum Blockchain.
The Binance Smart Chain has its own token standard, comparable to Ethereum's ERC20 standard, called BEP20.
The Binance Smart Chain has some advantages over Ethereum, such as lower fees and faster transactions. However, these advantages come mainly from the centralised nature of the Binance Smart Chain.
Solidity Development / Solidity Programming
Smart Contracts are developed in the Ethereum or Binance Smart Chain ecosystem with the programming language Solidity. Solidity is an object-oriented programming language and was specifically developed to be able to write code that can run on the Ethereum Virtual Machine, which is the computer network that runs the Ethereum network and validates the smart contracts.