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- Cross-chain liquidity solutions vary greatly in design, with each having different security assumptions and utility.
- Cross-chain bridges have become increasingly adopted. Although existing solutions are, for the most part, centralized to some degree.
- A new generation of decentralized, cross-chain liquidity networks are currently being developed and improved upon. They promise a more trustless experience for their users and offer unique utility relative to existing solutions.
If you’ve tried to withdraw a mainstream coin/token from a CEX recently you may have been baffled with the abundance of chains/networks proposed for withdrawal. This is a clear indication of economic mass growing over multiple chains. There is a new trend in DeFi where more and more projects go cross chain to offer new capabilities or escape high fees. Meanwhile, since communication across chains is inherently intermittent, overall liquidity starts to look more fragmented. As a result, cross-chain li