A bridge connects separate networks to facilitate interoperability and data exchange.
Bridges are crucial infrastructure in blockchain that enables interoperability between separate networks. However, in 2022, the spate of bridge hacks that resulted in more than $2 billion in lost assets has raised concerns about bridge security. In this article, we will examine blockchain bridges in detail, clarify the meaning of custodial and non-custodial bridges, and explore innovative solutions to reduce the frequency and severity of future attacks, paving the way for the next 1 billion users onboarded into this technology…
Read more: https://stably.io/blockchain-bridges-custodial-vs-non-custodial/
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