“OKX Unveils Public Mainnet for Revolutionary L2 Network ‘X Layer’ Powered by ZK Technology”


X Layer, a zero knowledge (ZK) and EVM-compatible Layer-2 network, has launched its public mainnet with the support of Polygon CDK. This network is designed to integrate with over 200 decentralized applications (dApps) in various industries such as DeFi, wallets, NFTs, and gaming.

OKX, one of the largest crypto exchange companies, announced the launch of X Layer’s mainnet through their chief marketing officer, Haider Rafique. According to Rafique, X Layer integrates with OKX’s CEX platform and Web3 Wallet, allowing users to access dApps on Ethereum and bridge assets from the exchange.

The mainnet launch includes 40 DeFi projects, 20 infrastructure projects, 12 bridge projects, 16 wallets, 10 NFT and gaming projects, and various dev tooling dApps. Popular dApps such as Chainlink, Curve, Renzo, and QuickSwap are already available on X Layer.

X Layer’s ultimate goal is to accelerate the adoption of the Web3 economy. To achieve this, the network will use OKB, the native token of OKX, as its native asset. Users will be able to use OKB for transaction fees on the network.

In addition to its integration with OKX, X Layer also provides access to a wide range of dApps, making it easier and faster for users to interact with on-chain applications through its ZK-powered, EVM-compatible network. This will ultimately contribute to the growth and development of the Web3 ecosystem.

To share this exciting news and promote the adoption of X Layer, OKX has shared the article on their blog and provided categories and tags for easy navigation. With the launch of its mainnet, X Layer is expected to attract more users and revolutionize the Web3 economy.

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