[Polygon] OnionMixer users rejoice with the Polygon integration
19th July — We are elated to announce that Onion Mixer, the first decentralized protocol for anonymous cross-chain transactions, is coming to Polygon.
Onion Mixer is audited and verified by Certik and it works in three stages of Mixing, Mining, and Vault. It aims to provide users with an anonymous way to manage and trade their financial assets with lower fees, faster speed, and more decentralized governance.
With the integration of Polygon, users will be provided with anonymous transaction services. Additionally, with Polygon’s full-stack ethereum scaling solution, users will benefit from lower gas fees and faster transactions.
We look forward to the growth of the Onion Mixer community and join in bringing fast, easy and cheap technology with Polygon’s solutions. Eventually bringing the world to Ethereum and Web3.
About Onion Mixer
Onion Mixer is the first decentralized protocol for anonymous cross-chain transactions. Onion Mixer creates the new “anonymous transactions + DeFi” approach that combines CoinJoin and zero-knowledge proof. It supports anonymous token transactions on public chains such as ETH, BSC, HECO, TRC, etc. And by enabling liquidity mining, holding mining, anonymous transaction mining, allows users to obtain extra revenues while enjoying high-quality anonymous transaction services.
Polygon is the first well-structured, easy-to-use platform for Ethereum scaling and infrastructure development. Its core component is Polygon SDK, a modular, flexible framework that supports building and connecting Secured Chains like Plasma, Optimistic Rollups, zkRollups, Validium, etc, and Standalone Chains like Polygon POS, designed for flexibility and independence. Polygon’s scaling solutions have seen widespread adoption with 450+ Dapps, ~350M txns, and ~13.5M+ unique users.
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