Because of the increasing network fees on Ethereum Main Net, there has been a growth in Layer 2 Networks, that run the same way, enabling movement of tokens to and from Main net to smaller, faster and cheaper networks. Tagbond has been created to offer more functionality to these Layer 2 networks. These networks can be access used products such as Metamask, as well as via Tagbond Apps. Tagbond will be adding other networks, or you will be able to add your own custom network as you can do in Metamask.


Using Besu Hyperledger with multiple validators added by majority consensus, Tagbond uses its own tagbond TAG currency as native currency for gas transactions.

Metamask Settings:
chainID - 4501
Currency - TAG
Explorer -

To connect a node to the chain, install Hyperledger Besu.
Create 2 files (click on each for the contents), one called genesis file and one called config.toml, put them in your besu directory and connect using this command:
besu --config-file=/path-to-besu-directory/config.toml
Just change your directory paths to wherever you put the genesis file and where you want the data stored for blockchain. This will connect to the Tagbond chain and download the blockchain and you are now running a node.


Layer 2 EVM Network using MATIC as native currency for gas transactions. Polygon features POS bridge for movement of tokens from Mainnet to Polygon and vice variant_date_from_timestamp

Metamask Settings:
chainID - 37
Currency - MATIC
Explorer -

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