WEB3 DEVELOPMENT PLATFORM WILL SUPPORT SOLANA-BUILT DESPITE BLOCKCHAIN HALTING
In a statement published by Alchemy just one day after Solana's network was temporarily suspended on June 1, Web3 development platform and infrastructure provider announced its support for the controversial blockchain.
Due to a disruption that made it impossible for network consensus, the Solana blockchain was suspended for about four hours on Wednesday. This is not the first time the program has been compromised, as normal operations have been suspended five times this year.
That did not seem to be a problem for Alchemy, which gave developers the ability to use its software and infrastructure in the programs developed by Solana. It is now reported to have an estimated value of $ 10.2 billion, the company is the creator of a Web3 API called Alchemy Supernode and a development suite used to monitor and correct error called Alchemy Build.
This software has proven useful in the past when it is measured and monitored, with some of the company's major partners including projects such as the OpenSea token market and liquidity protocol Aave (AAVE).
Francesco Agosti, chief technology officer and founder of Phantom, said his company was pleased with Alchemy's Solana merger. "Their infrastructure and product suite have a proven track record of operational benefits," he said. "This will change the game for Phantom and any other Solana developers who choose to start using Alchemy."
This new integration shows that, despite the recent breakdown and the price of Solana's native SOL token dropped by 85% from the top all the time, it seems that the blockchain has not lost the trust of the developers and therefore continues to be an important resource there. building efficient Web3 applications.