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Facebook’s Meta To Mint NFTs On Polygon Matic, But Bitgert Chain Remains Competitive

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Key Highlight:

  • Zuckerberg Meta is minting NFTs on the Polygon Matic network
  • Polygon Matic price expected to surge as Meta NFT minting starts
  • Bitgert zero gas fee blockchain is still the most preferred platform by NFT enthusiasts
  • Bitgert NFT marketplace is a big deal

The recent news by the Meta team that it will mint its NFTs on the Polygon Matic chain has been good news for the Matic holders. The move is expected to grow the Polygon Matic adoption, which will, in return, increase the MATIC coin price.

The selection of the Ethereum and Polygon Matic network for NFT minting might have been informed by the strength of the Ethereum blockchain and the speed plus lower gas fee on the Polygon Matic network. But Meta community might have missed an opportunity to enjoy one of the best blockchains in the industry, Bitgert BRC20.

The Bitgert is the most competitive blockchain on all the EVM chains, including Polygon Matic. Bitgert chain is also the most competitive against all the other blockchains in the industry. The major features making the Bitgert BRC20 blockchain popular are the zero gas fee blockchain and the fastest chain.

Bitgert blockchain has 100k TPS throughput and has a lower gas fee than Polygon Matic. Bitgert chain gas fee is $0.00000001. Therefore, Meta NFT enthusiasts will miss an opportunity to use Bitgert, the fastest and cheapest blockchain, after Polygon Matic selection.

Bitgert Zero Gas Fee NFT Marketplace

The Bitgert team is about to launch the Bitgert NFT marketplace, which is in the Bitgert roadmap V2. The Bitgert NFT marketplace will be running on the Bitgert BRC20 blockchain. This means the Bitgert NFT marketplace will offer users zero gas fees in transactions and the 100k TPS.

Therefore, Meta NFT enthusiasts will miss out on Bitgert, one of the best NFT platforms in the market. However, there might be a chance of the Meta NFTs finding their way into the Bitgert chain from the Polygon Matic network. This is because the Bitgert bridge allows Polygon Matic network users to migrate their assets to the Bitgert chain.

Conclusion

If Meta had chosen to mint their NFTs on the Bitgert blockchain, then it would cost the investors less in terms of transaction fees. This is because the Bitgert chain gas fee is way smaller than the Polygon Matic gas fee. Therefore, Bitgert will still remain the most attractive platform for NFT enthusiasts, including the Meta community.

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