Polygon, a decentralized Ethereum scaling platform, announces a partnership with HAECHI LABS, a blockchain wallet and security service provider. The partnership targets onboard Web2 gaming companies in Korea to the Web3 world. Supported by Samsung and Ethereum Foundation, HAECHI LABS’ renowned projects include SushiSwap, 1inch, Klaytn, Badger DAO, and SuperRare. It boasts about giant gaming companies like Com2us, NetMarble, and Neowiz.
HAECHI LABS, being Polygon’s wallet partner, would permit 53,000 Polygon-based dApps on Polygon’s server to implement a Web2 onboarding experience for the users. Face Wallet is a self-custodial, in-app wallet for users unaware of the decentralized services.
Users can log in to a Polygon wallet using social platforms like Facebook, Google, or Apple. Assets can be managed within dApps with a 6-digit pin code and can recover the password via SMS or OTP verification in case of a forgotten password.
COO of Polygon Studios, Michael Blank, stated that Polygon’s fast and scalable service and HAECHI LABS Face Wallet user experience would provide web2 users and gamers a top-notch entry into countless dApps and games within Polygon’s ecosystem.
HAECHI LABS has extended web3 security by giving an advanced security level so that the developers would develop faith in their ecosystem. Polygon’s partners will follow the continuous improvement system and bring users to the Web3 sphere.