Ethereum scaling solution Polygon has announced a $100 million developer fund for a new dedicated blockchain network called the Supernets which aims to foster an ecosystem of projects focused on innovation on the Polygon network and Web3 in general. The funds will be used for grants to developers and projects built on top of Supernets and are immediately available and can be used for development, research, third-party integrations, project onboarding, and acquisitions. Supernets uses Polygon Edge, a framework for developers to run their own private networks with customizable features with full support for Ethereum smart contracts, meaning anything that would run on Ethereum will also run on a Supernet. With Supernets communicating with one another and Ethereum, applications hosted in these dedicated networks can be interlinked as well. This allows developers to rapidly spin up their own ecosystems or connect to other Supernet-hosted or Ethereum apps without any changes to their code.The post Polygon Launches $100M Developer Fund Who Uses its Supernets Blockchain first appeared on Cryptoknowmics-Crypto News and Media Platform.The post Polygon Launches $100M Developer Fund Who Uses its Supernets Blockchain appeared first on Cryptoknowmics-Crypto News and Media Platform.