- Kresus has launched its decentralised applications (dApps) marketplace for the Polygon ecosystem.
- Users will access Polygon dApps via the Kresus SuperApp.
The marketplace is powered by the Meroku Protocol and was developed by Web3 wallet and app Kresus in collaboration with Polygon Labs.
The launch of the Kresus Marketplace means that Web2 users can now easily access, navigate and explore the Polygon ecosystem. Some of the popular dApps will be in DeFi, GameFi, social networks and digital identities, which users will be able to access via the Kresus SuperApp.
“With the support of Polygon Labs, we’ve created a dApp explorer that is intuitive and accessible, allowing users to discover the many faces of web3 and make them part of their daily lives,” Trevor Traina, CEO and founder of Kresus Labs said.
Making access to Web3 fun
Per details shared with CoinJournal, the Kresus SuperApp has a UX that is similar to Web2 that most of the global population is familiar with. User exposure to blockchain-based applications is therefore without the complexities of navigating on-chain applications, the platform wrote.
“From exploring metaverses to minting digital identities, Kresus users can now explore the Polygon ecosystem within a familiar web3 environment and without needing to export their account details. The Kresus Marketplace will empower SuperApp users to start exploring the best of Polygon in just a few clicks,” Kresus noted in their press release.
Commenting on what this means for users, Polygon’s Ravikant Agrawal said Kresus SuperApp’s “innovative and easy-to-use wallets” will allow Polygon projects to tap into a new user base. The collaboration is set to help with onboarding of more people onto Web3, he noted.
More users can leverage the Kresus SuperApp and marketplace, giving rise to greater adoption and growth.
Kresus plans to roll out several additional tools to support this. One such tool is Kresus Connect, an SDK that will allow selected Polygon projects to integrate the Kresus wallet and support ecosystem growth for Polygon.