Automata Launch Support for Polygon & Bring Off-chain governance & MEV solution to Polygon

29th June – We’re excited to announce that a decentralized service protocol, Automata networkis launching on Polygon. Automata announced the integration of its off-chain anonymous voting solution, Witness, and MEV solution, Conveyor on Polygon.

Launched in 2021, Automata Network is a decentralized service protocol that enables DApps to achieve privacy, high assurance, and frictionless computation by providing privacy middlewares like web 3.0 traceless and privacy services. The witness is an Anonymous voting solution by Automata. It offers an off-chain voting service for voters who don’t want to reveal their identity and opinion in governance participation.

Automata is bringing its off-chain governance solution to Polygon to enable DApps and developers on Polygon to participate in gasless voting without revealing their identity or vote. Polygon users will be able to access Polygon on witness under its dedicated Polygon Tab. Notably, users can submit their proposals under different privacy levels from private to public voting.

Conveyor to Support Polygon based DEXes

Conveyor, a service that ingests and outputs transactions in a determined order. This creates a front-running-free zone that removes the chaos of transaction reordering.

Through Conveyor, DEXes based on Polygon can use Conveyor to offer anti-front-running trading services to their users for a seamless trading experience. Users can enjoy gasless trading on Polygon-based DEXes under dedicated trading zones. Automata introduced an initial fee waiver to boost user adoption for DEXes.

About Automata Network

Automata Network is a decentralized service protocol that provides privacy middlewares for dApps on Ethereum and Polkadot to achieve privacy, high assurance, and frictionless computation. Leveraging the latest crypto and privacy-protection algorithms, along with hardware-based trust, the service protocol enables versatile use-cases not previously possible in the past, such as anonymous voting, MEV minimization, and no-tracking indexing.

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Source : blog.polygon

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