MathChain announced to join Patract Open Platform
With the development of the Wasm contract ecosystem and the continuous improvement of the underlying facilities, more and more Polkadot parachains and DApp developers have paid attention to Wasm contracts. Wasm contracts are developed by using chain-level language Rust or AssemblyScript. The deployment and operation costs are very low, and they can get more imagination than the Ethereum EVM contract. MathChain is keenly aware of the trend of Wasm contract technology innovation and joins Patract Open Platform.
MathChain is a Layer 2 blockchain project based on Substrate. It is committed to lower the threshold for massive users to enter the blockchain, reducing transaction fees, and supporting multiple chains, adapting and connecting various Layer2. The team’s goal is to create a multi-chain, cross-chain asset Hub, and bring it to the market for large-scale use.
MathChain has customized MathChain EVM and has a fully functional Ethereum compatible environment with Substrate. At the same time, MathChain is also actively researching Wasm contract technology. In the future, MathChain will consider integrating Wasm contracts to provide community developers with more options for smart contract development. MathChain will partner with Patract to jointly promote the Wasm contract open platform.
MathChain is a Layer 2 parachain based on Polkadot Substrate. Relying on MathWallet’s million users, MathChain will focus on blockchain smart wallets and inclusive applications that serve everyone, and become an open source, efficient, and decentralized Layer 2 blockchain network through the parachain mechanism, which can cross-chain Connect with Polkadot, Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Filecoin, Rollup Network, and EVM side chain. MathChain is one of the selected projects of the Parity Substrate Builders Program.
Patract is providing solutions for the development of Parachains and DApps in the Wasm smart contract ecosystem of Polkadot. We help the community to design and develop on-chain contract modules and Runtime support, and provide DApp developers with full-stack tools and services support, covering development, testing, debugging, deployment, monitoring, data provider and front-end development stages.