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📣 pNetwork Officially Launched Cross-Chain Bridges for Fantom

On May 4th, 2022, pNetwork released an Ecosystem Report that mentioned an in-progress integration with the Fantom Network. Fast-forward today, the integration is finally up and running! 🍾

Fantom is a secure and scalable smart-contract platform aimed at the development of decentralized finance (DeFi) applications. It’s designed to overcome the limitations in transaction speeds affecting older blockchain platforms running smart contracts.

The pNetwork team has been working tirelessly to make this integration live, and now pNetwork has added support for the Fantom Network within its multi-chain routing system! 🎉

Furthermore, the Fantom cross-chain bridge launch is powered by pNetwork v2. pNetwork v2 is an open-source protocol for cross-chain routing between blockchain ecosystems and scalability networks empowering cross-chain applications. It enables users and smart contracts on any blockchain platform to send and receive assets and data messages cross-chain.

With Fantom Network integration, pNetwork now enables cross-chain connections across 15 different networks, including a variety of L1 blockchains, Ethereum L2 solutions, and sidechains. This integration will give crypto holders and liquidity providers the freedom to move assets into various networks with a 1-click step.

About pNetwork

The pNetwork is the underlying architecture for pTokens, a cross-chain system enabling assets to move frictionlessly from one blockchain to another, and pNetwork Portals, powering cross-chain interoperability between smart contracts. Currently, pNetwork enables transparent interaction among major blockchain protocols, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, and Dogecoin. pNetwork is the progressively decentralized governance layer operating the pTokens bridges and pNetwork Portals. It is home to the pNetwork DAO and the ecosystem’s governance token PNT.

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