Chainsafe wins grant to build third Polkadot client as Aragon endorses protocol for scaling solution

Chainsafe, a Toronto-based tech firm, has received a grant from the Web3Foundation (W3F) to build another Polkadot client in the popular Golang programming language, the Foundation announced Tuesday.

W3F is funding the Polkadot protocol as part of its aim to build a decentralized internet, commissioning Parity Technologies to build the first two clients in Rust and Javascript, with the Rust version due to be launched in Q3.

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