- Polkadot network has launched the first open-source font called ‘Unbounded’.
- The font is available in six display weights and supports 400 hundred languages worldwide.
- Unbounded is sponsored by the Polkadot Treasury in a collaboration between Koto, NaN, Parity Technologies, and Web3 Foundation.
Polkadot network, the creator of the DOT token, just added another leaf to its wide range of services. The protocol has launched the first open-source font called “Unbounded,” a freely available and on-chain funded font.
Introducing Unbounded, the first open source, freely available and on-chain funded font in the world.
— Polkadot (@Polkadot) September 5, 2022
The font is available in six display weights ranging from light to black and a single variable font. Unbounded supports Latin & Cyrillic with over 1300 individual glyphs, including a collection of symbols and a unique figure-building system.
Additionally, the glyph set accommodates 400 hundred languages worldwide, including African languages that have historically been overlooked. According to a statement, anyone can now use Polkadot’s Unbounded font, a project sponsored by the Polkadot Treasury, in a collaboration between Koto, NaN, Parity Technologies, and Web3 Foundation.
The Polkadot blockchain is leading the way in various web3 advancements. Fundamentally, the network is a sharded protocol that connects incompatible blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum, allowing the seamless transfer of value and data.
Its native token ranks 6th among altcoins, with a market capitalization above eight billion dollars. In the last 24 hours, over $300 million worth of DOT has been traded, gaining 7.5% in value.
A study by CoinEdition last month shows that DOT was arguably one of the best crypto Ad networks, working with thousands of brands to provide lucrative direct advertising opportunities.
DOT also has partnerships with hundreds of premium publishers in the crypto, finance gaming, and Web3 industries, including media partners like Coin Edition, Benzinga, and ForexLive.