Polygon Hard Fork to Reduce Gas Fee Surge and Address Reorgs

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• Polygon plans to launch its hard fork on January 17th to reduce gas fee and address chain reorganization (reorgs).
• The hard fork aims to prevent gas fee hikes and decrease reorgs to make the user experience better.
• The proposed hard fork will make key upgrades to the network on January 17th and users will not need to do anything differently.

Polygon, a proof-of-stake blockchain, is preparing to launch its hard fork on January 17th. The hard fork is planned to address two primary problems for users on the network – increasing gas fees and address chain reorganization (reorgs).

The increasing gas fees are a result of the network’s increased activity – the more users on the network the higher the gas fees. The hard fork will address this issue by reducing the gas fee surges when the network experiences increased activity. The second issue, reorgs, are caused when the chain reorganizes itself due to conflicting transactions on the network. This can cause confusion and slow down the network. The hard fork aims to reduce the amount of reorgs that occur on the network.

The proposed hard fork will make key upgrades to the network on January 17th. According to Polygon’s official blog post, users will not need to do anything differently. This is good news for developers and users as it will make for a better user experience. The hard fork is expected to bring more stability and efficiency to the network.

The hard fork was announced after the Polygon Governance Team invited the community on their platform to discuss the changes in the Polygon PoS chain. The team is looking for community feedback and support to ensure the hard fork is a success.

Overall, the hard fork aims to make the Polygon network more efficient and user-friendly. It will reduce gas fee surges, address chain reorganizations, and make the network more secure. This is a big step forward for the Polygon network and developers and users are excited to see the changes take effect.