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Manta Pacific is using Celestia data and aiming to spend less money on their network.


Blockchain layer 2 system Manta Pacific is going to use a new way to make data available, which will lower the fees for users when they make transactions.

Manta will use Celestia TIA -11. 94% ’s data availability sampling to check if all the needed data is available without downloading everything from a block.

Kenny Li, co-founder of Manta Network, says we are improving Manta Pacific by bringing it to Celestia. This will help our users by giving them a cheaper and safer network.

Some of the best rollup projects in the industry have chosen to work with Celestia. For example, Polygon Labs is using Celestia’s technology to make it cheaper to create Layer 2 chains in its system.

Manta Pacific now has $18 million locked in value. This happened in just over two months since it went live in September. The company p0x labs got $25 million in funding from Polychain Capital in July.


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