Multichain has integrated Findora for cross-chain interoperability

Multichain (Previously Anyswap)
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2 min readMar 24, 2023

Multichain is thrilled to have Findora as one of the node operators that run the fastMPC network of the Multichain protocol. As a node runner, Findora will help with the cross-chain interoperability of assets across the Multichain ecosystem and with escrow of assets as well.

In addition, this integration enable that USDC, USDT, ETH, DAI, BUSD, BNB, MATIC to be bridged from other EVM networks, including Ethereum, BNB chain, Polygon, etc. into Findora, opening possibilities for more use cases in Findora’s ecosystem, building better cross-chain interoperability and helping create a more decentralized world.

How open participation of third-party node providers benefits the network —

  • More node operators improve the security of cross-chain interactions on the Multichain network.
  • The participation of independent node operators increases the decentralization of the Multichain MPC Network.

As a participant in the fastMPC network, Findora will run one of the MPC nodes that sign cross-chain interactions through the MPC protocol in the Multichain ecosystem.

What is fastMPC

fastMPC is an open network of MPC node operators that secure cross-chain communication on the Multichain ecosystem. These node operators collectively sign cross-chain interactions with the help of Mutlchain’s MPC algorithm and ensure Multichain bridges, routers, and anyCall transactions.

About Findora

Findora is a Layer-1 blockchain building a future for Web3 where you can expect privacy that’s auditable and programmable. Findora combines an EVM layer for programmability with a UTXO layer optimized for privacy. Leverage either chain model as you build dApps with auditable privacy. Findora’s unique product offering provides a privacy solution for any smart contract with scalability, ease of use, and decentralized security.



Multichain (Previously Anyswap)

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