Boba Network Launches First Layer 2 Solution on Avalanche

Boba Network, the multi-chain L2 blockchain, has launched its L2 scaling solution on Avalanche. Following the integration, Boba becomes the first L2 on Avalanche. It not only gives Avalanche developers another low-fee platform on which to create applications with advanced functionality, but it also serves to bolster Boba’s position as the leading L2 for scaling blockchain networks.

What Boba’s L2 brings to Avalanche

As a launch partner dApp for the Avalanche integration, Boba Network will host EvoVerses, a turn-based strategy game in which players compete in a play-to-earn format. With Boba’s pre-built bridge, API call capabilities, and Hybrid Compute, EvoVerses, a 3D PvP game powered by Unreal Engine 5, can attain its full scalability and potential.

Hybrid Compute is one of Boba’s flagship capabilities for smart contracts, and it will be available to Avalanche developers. This will enable them to seamlessly integrate their applications to Web2 APIs. Also, developers may build robust, useful applications by combining blockchain technology with off-chain computing and real-world data. Furthermore, Avalanche projects can use Boba’s built-in NFT bridge for effortless L1-to-L2 NFT transfers.

Avalanche can now handle more transactions and users, and its developers will have more freedom to create decentralized applications (dApps) that integrate with off-chain APIs thanks to this partnership. According to Alevo, one of EvoVerses’ founders, Boba provides the EvoVerses with the scale, security, and speedy transactions they were seeking. The technology is able to bring a real game into the crypto realm at scale with no performance hit and minimal transaction fees, thanks to this partnership.

Since Boba’s mission is to make blockchain ready for widespread adoption, the addition of Avalanche’s speed and accessibility features is a natural fit. By doing so, users of web3 will have an experience similar to that of web2 users, but with the added benefits of anonymity, access control, and content ownership.