Helium Network has managed to complete its migration after almost 12 months, initiating a new stage of greater scalability, trust, security and expansion in the Solana blockchain.
Scalability, security, trust, are some of the most important and relevant issues in the blockchain field and the Web3 ecosystem, for which a large number of projects struggle every day to achieve the desired goal of implementing each of these requirements.
In line with these objectives, there is a growing trend in the creation and exchange of non-fungible tokens, to take advantage of the benefits and immersive experiences that can be offered to a large number of users.
Likewise, the Web3 ecosystem consists of finding opportunities to obtain the greatest possible value applicable to products and services offered by various projects, and in this case the well-known Helium wireless network is one of the protocols that takes advantage of these opportunities.
On this occasion, Helium has successfully completed its migration from its blockchain to the Solanaafter almost 12 months. Regarding the potential that Helium’s founders see in the Solana network, they consider it a good tool to carry out a massive issuance of NFTs related to the migration they have just completed.
The Helium team team stated in the announcement that after more than 1 year of planning and development, Helium has successfully migrated to Solana, to mark the beginning of a stage of scalability and reliability for decentralized wireless networks.
In addition, they added that the migration from Helium to Solana offers greater utility for the network, so the highlights are faster transactions and new capabilities for the development of smart contracts.
With this migration, one of the objectives is to make it faster and more economical to perform operations in Helium. By integrating with Solana, the goal is to offer a larger audience and a more stable platform.
Another benefit for Helium is that they will have a larger group of developers from whom they can request various tasks, due to the fact that there is a larger number of developers in the Solana ecosystem than in the Helium ecosystem.
Helium is one of the leading projects in the wireless and IoT ecosystem for the Web3 domain, hosting nodes that are typically connected as Hotspots. And as part of the migration, they are undertaking the development of an NFT to represent each physical hotspot node running over the Helium network.
One of the strongest points of the migration is focused on the possibility of allowing creators to mint NFTs in large magnitude, at a low cost compared to other networks, thanks to Solana’s new NFT compression feature.
Helium’s migration to Solana was approved last year through a community vote , which took place during the month of September. Subsequently, the process began within months to bring Helium’s wireless network to the public blockchain that has positioned itself as one of the leaders in NFTs and DeFi protocol issues.
Written by Luciano Garriga (Tw: luchogarriga) for NFT Express.
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