Darwinia Partners with Multichain, Bridging $RING between Ethereum, Arbitrum, and Polygon
🤗 Darwinia Network, which focuses on providing a light client-based, programmable, universal cross-chain messaging network for decentralized applications, is excited to announce its partnership with Multichain. Multichain has partnered with Darwinia Network to enable cross-chain transfers of $RING between Ethereum, Arbitrum, and Polygon on Multichain.
💪 Users can now swap $RING between Ethereum, Arbitrum, and Polygon through Multichain!
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Multichain is the ultimate Router for web3. It is an infrastructure developed for arbitrary cross-chain interactions.
Multichain was born as Anyswap on the 20th July 2020 to service the clear needs of different and diverse blockchains to communicate with each other. The solutions developed by Multichain allow almost all blockchains to inter-operate. There is no restriction to Ethereum like chains, different Layer 2 chains requiring finality to Ethereum, a network of Parachains, Bitcoin, or COSMOS chains. These are either now all integrated, or on course for integration. With support for all ECDSA and EdDSA encrypted chains, Multichain is almost universally applicable as an interoperable layer.
About Darwinia Network
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Darwinia is a cross-chain messaging infrastructure, which provides a light client-based, programmable, universal cross-chain messaging network for decentralized applications. Now, we’ve successfully used Darwinia’s light-client cross-chain messaging protocol(LCMP) to bridge cross-chain messages between substrate-based chains, and even between substrate-based chains and EVM chains, meanwhile, Darwinia provides developers with an SDK, so they can easily integrate cross-chain capabilities into their Dapps. This has significant implications for cross-chain interoperability and will enable the creation of a hybrid cross-chain network through Darwinia’s role as a cross-chain messaging infrastructure.