The automobile concern will launch its own corporate service for data exchange

Mercedes-Benz Group partners with Polygon

29.07.2022 - 11:50


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What’s new? Daimler South East Asia, part of the Mercedes-Benz Group, has announced the launch of a decentralized data exchange service based on the Polygon network called Acentrik. It is a kind of marketplace where corporate customers can buy and sell various data, such as insurance information, scientific research, or customer bases. All products on the platform will be non-fungible tokens (NFTs). The collaboration was announced by Polygon Studios CEO Ryan Wyatt.

What else is known about Acentrik? Transactions in the service will be carried out through the Polygon network or the Ethereum Rinkeby testnet. Customers will be able to use not only Polygon’s (MATIC) native tokens but also stablecoins to pay. In this, payment of commissions must be made in MATIC.

As of July 29, 11:40 UTC, the asset is trading at $0,933, having gained 6,2% per day, according to Binance.

What is known about Polygon? It is a network of secure Layer 2 (L2) solutions and sidechains for scaling Ethereum and running decentralized applications (dApps), access to Web 3.0, DeFi, and NFTs. As of May 2022, Polygon has more than 19 000 dApps in operation.

Polygon previously became one of six companies to take part in the 2022 Disney Accelerator program, which aims to develop augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and NFT technologies.

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