When was Polygon founded?
Polygon was founded in 2017.
Where is Polygon's headquarters?
Polygon's headquarters is located at #157, 2nd A Cross, Indiranagar Double Rd, Bengaluru.
What is Polygon's latest funding round?
Polygon's latest funding round is Angel.
Who are the investors of Polygon?
Investors of Polygon include Mark Cuban.
Who are Polygon's competitors?
Competitors of Polygon include StarkWare and 5 more.
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