Tom Dunleavy, Senior Research Analyst at Messari, recently took to Twitter to discuss the bright future of the blockchain platform Polygon. In the past few years, the platform has seen significant growth, with a 90% increase in active addresses quarter over quarter, 90% of its native token MATIC unlocked, and the testing of its zkEVM (zero-knowledge Ethereum Virtual Machine). The zkEVM is a breakthrough technology that offers both scalability and high security, thus opening the door to mass adoption. Dunleavy also noted that the presence of Decentralized Social (DeSo) platforms, which combine social media and cryptocurrencies, could foster future growth. Starbucks, for example, recently introduced its Starbucks Odyssey program based on Polygon, and released NFTs related to real-world experiences. Additionally, the number of developers on Polygon has grown from 200 in 2018 to over 1,000 as of now, suggesting that the network continues to evolve and attract more attention from users and developers. All of these developments point to a bright future for Polygon and the Web3 sector.