Translucia recently announced the release of the unique multiverse convergence solution. The proprietary layer 2 blockchain, named LightLink Protocol, facilitates interoperability between apps on Polygon and Ethereum.
The protocol aims to make Web3 easily accessible to everyone. The platform was launched in Bangkok on March 15th, with more features to be unveiled shortly. Translucia Metaverse, the joint venture between T&B Media Global and MQDC, launched the LightLink Protocol.
As the first enterprise L2 blockchain, LightLink has been designed to boost the entry of standard businesses into the Web3 industry. The protocol offers an easily accessible and low-cost solution to 3rd party metaverses. At the same time, LightLink is enabling enterprises to explore Web3.
According to the latest Web3 news updates, the platform is designing a critical framework that integrates 3rd party metaverse projects. These frameworks facilitate interoperability that allows for multiverse convergence within L1 blockchains.
LightLink will help metaverses owned and designed by several players to interoperate and integrate functionalities. The launch has opened new avenues for collaboration and commerce between metaverse owners. This will conduct more innovative opportunities for users to explore.
At the same time, LightLink is offering a multiverse convergence solution to address the ongoing fragmentation of the current Web3 framework. It allows end-users to easily connect throughout the Internet Multiverse.
As the first-of-its-kind, the enterprise mode by LightLink will eradicate the necessity and complexity of acquiring Layer1 blockchain’s native token. It will also reduce the onboarding fees needed for businesses to use blockchain technology. The protocol guarantees seamless output across the ecosystem that ensures stable gas fees and performance.
The metaverse community has already presented a warm welcome to the protocol. Given the sheer scale of the involved parties in the project, it is expected to be a major success.