Polygon Labs has announced it would release AggLayer, a new solution aimed at connecting blockchains using zero-knowledge (ZK) proofs by February.
According to the announcement, AggLayer seeks to enable developers to connect multiple blockchains to support unified liquidity across networks.
The solution will ensure uniform security across all connected chains, especially those within Polygon’s ecosystem. AggLayer will aggregate ZK proofs from all connected chains, unlike typical interaction platforms.
Polygon Labs stated that by leveraging ZK proofs, AggLayer will create an integrated environment across sovereign blockchains.
As a core component of Polygon 2.0, the next iteration of Polygon’s network, AggLayer, is expected to facilitate the integration of various Layer 2 networks built using Polygon’s CDK software development kit.
These include Immutable, OKX, Astar, Canto, Palm Network, Aavegotchi, and IDEX. In addition to AggLayer, Polygon Labs is also working on a staking layer for its ecosystem under Polygon 2.0. The AggLayer aims to be launched in February.