Polygon Is The Only Blockchain on Disney Accelerator

Image of Disney characters Mickey and Minnie mouse outside the resort metaverse

Today, Disney has announced the six companies joining the 2022 Disney Accelerator, and the Polygon blockchain is one of them. In fact, it is now the only blockchain on the programme. The unique Disney initiative aims to accelerate the growth of innovative and progressive companies worldwide. Polygon certainly fits that description, intending to be completely carbon negative in 2022.

Image of Disney characters Mickey and Minnie mouse outside the resort metaverse

Polygon joins Disney Accelerator 2022 programme

The carbon-neutral layer-two blockchain on the Ethereum network is a forward-thinking scaling solution. Its main aim is to speed up transactions, offer low fees and provide a sustainable, eco-friendly web3 infrastructure.

With the help of the experts at Disney and the other five companies, Polygon will expand the company further and develop new work methods. The other five companies working on the Disney programme are Flickplay, Inworld, Lockerverse, Obsess and Red 6. 

The Disney 2022 Accelerator programme is a perfect fit for Polygon and runs from now until October. The main focus this year is “building the future of immersive experiences and specializes in technologies such as augmented reality (AR), non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and artificial intelligence (AI) characters.”

How does the Disney programme work?

The Disney Accelerator programme will bring together these six great companies, including Polygon and help them in several ways. Firstly, they will receive the Walt Disney brand’s creativity, imagination, and expertise.

During the programme, each participant will receive fantastic advice and support from Disney’s senior leadership team. What’s more, they will have an executive mentor. 

Finally, Disney will also gain from the programme as it moves forward with its next-generation storytelling approach. Polygon and others can offer a unique outlook on the world of web3.

Related posts