Gluon Reactor is the fastest and easiest way to move assets across chains.
With support for all chains, both L1 and L2, that support EVM, Gluon Reactor allows for incorporation of these assets in a variety of applications.
If you are an Ethereum developer or have written applications for Polygon, Fantom, or the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) then you are already ready to take full advantage of Gluon Reactor. If you are an existing application that supports ERC-20 or BEP-20 tokens then you could add U Tokens to that application with little to no effort.
If you aren’t already building for the EVM and are not conversant with solidity then we highly encourage you to learn that. It will open up a world of possibilities for you and you will also be able to take full advantage of the benefits of Gluon Reactor.
Here you can find tutorials, guides and general resources for developers on how to write smart contracts using solidity and EVM, as well as the deployment guidelines and tips specific to Ethereum, Fantom, Polygon and Binance Smart Chain (BSC).
Introduction to Gluon Reactor
Gluon Reactor is an Ecosystem Protocol that will unite the different L1 & 2 solutions so they can become a common pool of liquidity for DeFi. It’s a platform that brings cross-chain interoperability to users, allowing coins to natively participate in DeFi, ushering in a new era of MetaFinance.
Initially, Gluon Reactor will enable native assets from Binance Smart Chain (BSC), Fantom and Ethereum blockchains and EVM to be transferred or executed on any DApps and platforms across these chains.
So here, we will share some tutorials on how to write smart contracts using solidity and EVM and how to deploy the DApp onto these chains.