The Klaytn Foundation announced via a blog post on Monday that it has partnered with cross-chain smart contract platform ZetaChain (ZETA). Klaytn said the partnership brings it a step closer to multi-chain connectivity in line with its vision of an open metaverse.
The team said ZetaChain’s integration into Klaytn will enable Klaytn developers to bring full interoperability to existing and new smart contracts quickly. These “omnichain” smart contracts can send data and value between connected blockchains, including Ethereum, Polygon, Binance Smart Chain, and eventually, non-smart chains such as Bitcoin and Dogecoin. The Klaytn-ZetaChain partnership will foster an ecosystem of more versatile cross-chain applications: from cross-chain swaps and DEXes to multi-chain NFTs, the Klaytn Foundation added.
Klaytn is a public blockchain developed by Ground X, the blockchain arm of Korea’s internet giant Kakao with 50 million users worldwide. KLAY is down by more than 3% in the last 24 hours and now trades at $0.1880 per token.