Ankr’s
Polygon RPC.

High-performance RPC connections from Polygon’s trusted infrastructure partner.
https://rpc.ankr.com/polygon
main

Necessary for using the Polygon blockchain.

Ankr's Polygon RPC allows for easy data transfer using JSON-RPC protocol. Developers can use various RPC requests for smart contract deployment, transaction execution, and network data retrieval.

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Access Polygon’s leading provider

40%

RPC market share

Experience ultra low latency

110ms

average response time

Total Requests 24h

542,717,568

Cached Requests 24h

27.84%

Average Requests/sec 24h

6,281.45333

Polygon RPC available in All continents.

Except Antarctica 🥶

🇺🇸 USA

🇦🇷 Argentina

🇦🇺 Australia

🇧🇷 Brazil

🇨🇦 Canada

🇨🇱 Chile

🇨🇩 Denmark

🇬🇧 Great Britain

🇮🇳 India

🇯🇵 Japan

🇰🇷 South Korea

🇳🇱 Netherlands

🇸🇪 Sweden

🇸🇬 Singapore

🇿🇦 South Africa

Powering all Polygon use cases.

Ankr’s Polygon RPC endpoints offer developers the tools to build a wide range of decentralized applications (dApps) on the Polygon network.
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DeFi

High-traffic DeFi use cases connected to Ankr’s RPC service can leverage the Polygon network's fast and affordable transaction processing capabilities. Developers can create lending and borrowing platforms, decentralized exchanges, and yield farming protocols that offer a better user experience.
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Web3 Games

With Polygon, game developers can create intricate games on-chain without worrying about network congestion or high fees. Polygon's high scalability enables more transactions per second, which is vital for games with high user activity, while the ecosystem allows for the easy transfer of assets between different gaming platforms.
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NFT Projects

With low transaction fees, creating, buying, and selling NFTs on a marketplace built on Polygon is more affordable. Faster transactions also mean users won’t have long wait times for their NFT transactions to be processed, leading to a seamless user experience. Developers can create marketplaces where users can buy, sell, and trade NFTs of various kinds, including art, collectibles, and gaming items.
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Supply Chain

Polygon's fast and low-cost transactions are perfect for tracking goods in a supply chain. This creates a transparent and tamper-proof record that can automate various steps in the process. Supply chain management dApps on Polygon can use its efficient transaction processing to track goods and ensure their authenticity, making the process more secure and efficient.
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Identity Verification

Web3 apps built using Polygon RPC can offer a decentralized method of identity verification without relying on centralized authorities. Developers can create applications that utilize the network's fast and efficient transaction processing capabilities to validate identities, creating a more secure and confidential process.
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And More

Ankr’s Polygon RPC offers developers an extensive range of options for building dApps on the Polygon network. By leveraging the network's fast transaction processing and low fees, developers can create innovative and efficient decentralized applications that offer a better user experience.
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Use Ankr as your official high-performance RPC connection to Polygon.

Ankr is the Polygon Foundation’s proven infrastructure partner offering everything developers need to ship projects and scale fast on the network.

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Connect to Polygon’s zkEVM scaling solution, powered by Ankr.

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Polygon RPC Pay-as-you-go.

Free

$0 forever free
30 requests per second
23 chains
10 regions
Community support
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Premium

$10 per 100M credits
1500 requests per second
30 chains
40 regions
Support portal
No commitment
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Enterprise

From $1000
15000 requests per second
Custom chains
Custom regions
Engineering team support
Custom SLA

Polygon Liquid Staking. Infrastructure you can trust.

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By staking your MATIC assets on Ankr, you receive ankrMATIC liquid staking tokens that represent your staked assets.

Liquid Staking Tokens (LSTs) deliver your staking rewards while providing an additional opportunity to use them in DeFi earning strategies. With Ankr, you can choose to stake MATIC on either Ethereum or Polygon with a cross-chain staking pool, providing more options and flexibility. Liquid staking tokens represent your staked assets and deliver your accumulated rewards.

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Bridge MATIC Liquid Staking tokens between networks.

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Polygon
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ANKR Polygon (MATIC) liquid staking DeFI integrations.

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FAQ

What methods are available with Ankr’s Polygon RPC?

Ankr’s RPC service has a wide range of methods including supported EVM JSON RPC methods. These request methods, such as eth_sendTransaction, can be used to execute necessary tasks like making transactions, populating wallet balances, fetching ownership information, and much more. See all Polygon methods in the docs.

Which projects can use Ankr's Polygon RPC?

Ankr’s Polygon RPC APIs support any Web3 project that needs a connection to Polygon PoS or Polygon zkEVM. Polygon RPC endpoints are a gateway for developers to interface directly with these networks — a portal to communicate easily, remotely, and with no need to go through the DevOps of establishing their own Polygon nodes.

How do I add Ankr’s Polygon (MATIC) RPC to Metamask?

For MetaMask to interact with Polygon through Ankr's infrastructure, add Ankr’s Polygon RPC via MetaMask's UI by following the instructions in our docs under "Add networks to MetaMask"

What is the alternative to Polygon (MATIC) RPC?

The first thing any Web3 developer will need if they want to build on Polygon is an RPC connection to the Polygon chain. Ankr’s Polygon RPCs allow developers to build dApps on top of the network that have the ability to quickly and reliably communicate with Polygon and execute onchain transactions.

What is the new RPC for Polygon?

Ankr’s Polygon zkEVM RPCs connect you to the new Polygon zkEVM scaling solution. They act as a messenger or blockchain router that relays on-chain information between Polygon zkEVM nodes, dApps, and ultimately end-users.

What are Polygon (MATIC) RPCs?

Ankr’s Polygon RPC APIs provide endpoints that enable developers to query blockchain data, send transactions, and interact with smart contracts on the Polygon network. They play a crucial role in building decentralized applications (DApps), integrating blockchain functionality into applications, and accessing data from the blockchain.

How do I connect to the Polygon (MATIC) network using RPC?

Connecting to Polygon is as easy as copying and pasting endpoints such as https://rpc.ankr.com/polygon into your project. The endpoint enables dApps to interact with Polygon nodes and perform a specific action within the RPC’s defined functionality according to the specific request method used.

What is the difference between JSON-RPC and WebSockets for Polygon (MATIC)?

JSON-RPC (Remote Procedure Call) and WebSockets are two different protocols used for communication between a client (such as a frontend application) and a server (such as a blockchain node providing real-time updates). The key difference is that RPCs provide a request-response model while WebSockets provide a persistent stream of communication between the client and the server. Ankr provides Polygon WebSockets functionality via our Premium RPC plan.

How do I use JSON-RPC to query data from the Polygon (MATIC) network?

You can start making requests right away by using our free community Polygon RPCs. Just copy the endpoint and paste it into your project code – use our integration assistant with example code snippets to make the process easy for a variety of programming languages.

What is the difference between Polygon mainnet and testnet RPCs?

Ankr’s Testnet RPCs (Remote Procedure Calls) help developers gain blockchain information from various testnets like Polygon’s Mumbai test network so they can test their applications and smart contracts in a realistic environment. Polygon Mainnet RPCs allow developers and applications to interact with the live version of the Polygon PoS blockchain and perform real actions.