How Mark Cuban-backed blockchain startup Polygon is solving Ethereum’s scalability problems

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Four years after launching their startup Matic Network, which was later rebranded to Polygon, entrepreneurs Kanani, Sandeep Nailwal, Anurag Arjun and Mihailo Bjelic are at the wheel of a fast-growing blockchain firm that isn’t slowing down anytime soon. In a conversation with YourStory Founder and CEO Shradha Sharma, Polygon co-founder and CEO Jayanti Kanani outlines the startup's journey in building a well-structured, easy-to-use platform for Ethereum scaling and infrastructure development -- a solution that was forward-thinking, global, and far ahead of its time.


Jayanti Kanani
Co-Founder & CEO, Polygon
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1 Jayanti Kanani on Elon Musk, Dogecoin and investing in crypto
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2 Jayanti Kanani discusses the successes of various partnerships at Polygon
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3 Polygon CEO on fundraising efforts, Binance IEO, and use of proceeds
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4 Polygon CEO on incorporating optimistic rollups
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5 Polygon CEO on trading on exchanges and investing in crypto
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6 Polygon CEO on NFTs and DeFi
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7 Polygon CEO on how blockchains and crypto can solve existing problems
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