Biconomy, a cross-chain transaction infrastructure platform, today announced its integration with the Ethereum-compatible smart contract blockchain environment Moonriver on the Kusama (KSM) network.
Moonriver is designed to act as the “canary network” for Moonbeam on Polkadot, which means that new code will first be sent to Moonriver, where it can be tested and verified under actual economic conditions, and then sent on Moonbeam.
Both Biconomy and Moonriver pursue “easy development” for developers and projects…
As Moonbeam is a community-led sister network on Kusama Moonriver operates as a parachain to help crypto projects extend their influence to new markets through a multi-chain approach.
Moonriver’s developer-friendly design and implementation make it a destination for new and established dApps.
On Biconomy blockchain developers provide a simplified onboarding and trading experience for users of Web 3.0 and blockchain projects. It does this through powerful APIs that eliminate many of the complexities inherent in Web 3.0 applications.
“Despite the continued popularity and attention of cross-chain systems, the industry still needs a comprehensive interoperability solution to enable blockchain to reach its full potential. We are very pleased to be able to expand our efforts to address the challenges faced by developers. One of the biggest problems is to deal with gas costs with the Moonbeam team.”
-Ahmed Al-Balaghi, CEO of Biconomy
By working closely with Moonbeam, Biconomy’s API will eliminate many of the complexities inherent in the Web3 project and connect Polkadot and Moonbeam to the larger cross-chain DeFi world.