Kraken is pleased to announce that we now support deposits and withdrawals of Ethereum (ETH) on Polygon!
Polygon is a Layer 2 scaling solution and decentralized application development infrastructure for Ethereum. Polygon increases the transaction throughput for Ethereum-based assets and uses a modular framework to support the execution of interoperable smart contracts.
Funding is already live. You can transfer Ethereum (ETH) to your Kraken account by navigating to Funding, selecting ETH and choosing the desired deposit method from the drop-down box (network): Polygon.
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Here’s what you need to know about the assets:
Ethereum (ETH) is a global, open-source platform for decentralized applications. Ethereum is a marketplace of financial services, games and apps that is trustless, decentralized and secure. ETH is the cryptocurrency powering the Ethereum network. It’s used to pay for transactions, as a store of value or peer-to-peer payment method, or as collateral to generate entirely different crypto tokens that run on Ethereum. Learn how to add ETH to your crypto portfolio with our Learn Center article How to Buy Ethereum (ETH).
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