Calaxy Tokens ($CLXY) Now Available on Ethereum and Polygon via Hashport
Calaxy Tokens ($CLXY) are now available on Ethereum and Polygon via hashport, a public utility that facilitates the secure movement of digital assets between Decentralized Ledger Technology or blockchain networks.
This opens the door to enabling collateralization, lending, staking, and more for $CLXY. In addition to supporting fungible Calaxy Tokens, the portal will also allow Calaxy Collectibles (NFTs) to be bridged onto Ethereum and Polygon-based marketplaces such as OpenSea.
Polygon Studios, which is quickly becoming the go to resource for the hottest projects building on the Polygon blockchain, will support Calaxy with a suite of services such as technical solutions, asset expansion, industry resources, branding and other aspects.
The token symbols for wrapped $CLXY on Ethereum and Polygon networks will be $CLXY[eth] and $CLXY[0x], respectively.
$CLXY Token Addresses
- $CLXY — 0.0.859814
- $CLXY[eth] — 0x23CCe5Bc29d30CB69eAA4F6cd58b4B912C520546
Ethereum is a decentralized, open-source, proof-of-work blockchain granting access to digital money and data-friendly services for everyone — no matter your background or location. It’s a community-built technology behind the cryptocurrency ether (ETH) and thousands of applications you can use today.
Polygon is the leading platform for Ethereum scaling and infrastructure development. Its growing suite of products offers developers easy access to all major scaling and infrastructure solutions: L2 solutions (ZK Rollups and Optimistic Rollups), sidechains, hybrid solutions, stand-alone and enterprise chains, data availability solutions, and more. Polygon’s scaling solutions have seen widespread adoption with 19,000+ decentralized applications hosted, 1.6B+ total transactions processed, ~142M+ unique user addresses, and $5B+ in assets secured.
For step-by-step instructions on how to port $CLXY to Ethereum or Polygon via hashport, watch the video below.
If you’re attempting to port Calaxy Tokens to Ethereum or Polygon and have any questions, please refer to hashport’s FAQ page here. If you require further assistance, you can reach out to email@example.com for additional help.
Calaxy forms an integral part of hashport’s network, running one of the 9 network validator nodes alongside other industry-leading organizations such as Polygon, Animoca Brands, the HBAR Foundation, HEX Trust, Worldpay by FIS, StableNode/Maker Growth, BCW, and LimeChain.
To learn more about Calaxy’s collaboration with hashport, check out their validator spotlight here.
If you’d like to learn more about Calaxy, hashport, Polygon and the interoperability of digital assets, be sure to tune in for a Twitter Spaces discussion on Monday, May 23 at 10 AM ET hosted by @HBAR_foundation.
Calaxy is the social marketplace built for creators, by creators. Built and backed by a team of visionaries, and spearheaded by co-founders NBA player Spencer Dinwiddie and ex-financier Solo Ceesay, Calaxy is an entirely new approach to the world of content creators, putting today’s fan right at the center of the action.
Utilizing the Hedera network, a blockchain alternative that harnesses the power of the hashgraph consensus algorithm, Calaxy’s open social marketplace creates a fair exchange of value, enabling creators to monetize relationships with their community through Creator Tokens, which fans can utilize for a suite of personalized experiences. Learn more about Calaxy and the broader Creator’s Galaxy, as well as follow our Twitter for more updates.
hashport is the enterprise-grade public utility that facilitates the movement of digital assets between distributed networks, extending their functionality in a quick, secure, and cost-effective way. In order to remain platform-neutral, hashport functions without the use of a proprietary token. The network is built on a robust and performant architecture, secured and operated by a group of industry-leading validator partners from around the world. hashport has passed a rigorous security audit and follows industry best practices; regularly performing comprehensive network tests to ensure the integrity of the network.