ZMBIZI, the first smartphone in the world to combine built-in web3 features, user rewards, and multi chain functionality, will now have the Polygon network integrated, according to BIZI LABS, the Swiss mobile platform that makes it simple for people to access web3.
The soon-to-be-released device will integrate the Polygon blockchain mobile stack with a specific Web 3.0 framework and be sponsored by the sale of BIZEBRA NFTs. A world of incentives will be unlocked by the $388 limited edition NFTs.
Outlier Ventures, which has the support of Polygon and BIZI, has placed its biggest bet yet on the growth of Web 3.0 for mobile devices. It will support many chains and include decentralized applications (dApps) for music, gaming, banking, health, and education. BIZI Utility tokens will also be given to all users as part of an ecosystem that compensates users for their screen-related activity. After then, these tokens can be staked, traded, or redeemed.
With 10,000 DApps, Polygon is gradually evolving into a Web3 platform. The network offers a wide range of top-notch services, from the best gaming and metaverse platforms like Decentraland, Somnium Space, Sandbox, Atari (multiverse), and Aavegotchi to decentralized finance (DeFi) dApps like Aave, Curve, Balancer, and Uniswap.
Users will have complete Proof-of-Stake (PoS) capabilities through BIZI's initial device collaboration with its smartphone brand ZMBIZI, enabling them to operate as "micro-merchants" and collect payments "on the move" whenever and wherever they choose without the use of card readers. Any wallet that accepts Visa, Mastercard, Apple Pay, or Google Pay can be used to make these contactless payments. The first country to provide Tap to Phone, which enables regular cellphones to accept contactless card payments and serve as a point of sale terminal, is the United States.
To take advantage of all of these advantages, users won't need to buy a ZMBIZI smartphone because the BIZI platform will be accessible for download and installation on any Android-compatible device, giving users everywhere in the world a simple and seamless entry point to Web 3.0.