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What are Polygon Supernets?

2 mins read / updated on Thu Nov 02 2023

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Polygon Supernets is a way to build and deploy decentralized applications (dApps) on the Polygon network. Supernets are particularly useful to organize large amounts of data and facilitate communication between different groups of users.

How do Polygon supernets work?

Polygon Supernets are built on top of the Polygon network, but they are different from the main network which means that each Supernet can have its own set of rules and parameters making it possible to create the Supernets that are tailored to specific dApp use cases.

For example, a Supernet could be built which is specifically designed for some gaming dApps. This Supernet could have a high transaction throughput and low latency, which makes it ideal for gaming applications.

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Benefits of using Polygon supernets

Supernets offer the following benefits over traditional dApps, including:

  • Scalability: Millions of transactions per second can be done by the Polygon Supernets, making them ideal for dApps high on traffic.

  • Security: Supernets are built on top of the Polygon network, one of the world's most secure blockchain networks.

  • Customization: Supernets can be customized to meet the specific needs of dApp developers.



How do Polygon supernets differ from other blockchain networks?

Polygon Supernets differ from other blockchain networks in a number of ways, including:

  • Supernets are built on top of the Polygon network, which is one of the most secure blockchain networks in the world, hence they inherit its security

  • Supernets can be customized to meet the specific needs of dApp developers while other blockchain networks may or may not be as customizable.

Future of Polygon Supernets

While the Polygon Supernets are still in their early stages, they do have the potential to revolutionize the way dApps are built and deployed. As more and more dApp developers adopt Supernets, we can expect to see a growing number of high-quality dApps being built on the Polygon network.

In the future, Polygon Supernets could become the go-to platform for building dApps. They offer a number of benefits that other blockchain networks cannot match, and that will only keep getting better. If you’re a dApp developer, then you should definitely consider building your dApp on a Polygon Supernet.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q) What is the main advantage of Polygon Supernets?

Ans) Scalability has to be the main advantage of Polygon Supernets. Millions of transactions per second can be done by the Supernets which makes them a  for dApps that are high on traffic.

Q) Are there any fees associated with using a Polygon supernet?

Ans) Yes, there are some fees associated with using a Polygon Supernet. These fees are paid to the validators who secure the supernet and to the developers who create the dApps running on the supernet. The fees are usually paid in MATIC tokens.

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By:

Shivendra Singh

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