Router Protocol Adds Optimism and Arbrum to its Cross-Chain Messaging Protocol

 

[SINGAPORE, April 12, 2022] Router Protocol – an infrastructure layer enabling communication between blockchains, today announced it has added Optimism and Arbitrum to its platform. The community can now transfer funds and swap assets across networks with the largest TVL in cross-chain bridges (Fantom, Polygon, Avalanche C-chain and Arbutrum), in addition to Ethereum, Optimism and Binance Smart Chain. The integration also gives users access to enhanced interoperability features, including: 

  • Any token to any token swap across chains – most existing solutions only support transfers. Router Protocol supports any crypto token swap on the network.
  • Support for arbitrary tokens – most cross-chain platforms are permissioned where only listed assets can be traded. Router Protocol allows arbitrary token swaps by aggregating liquidity across all the major DEXes on any given chain.
  • Mesh Network – instead of building 1:1 bridges which require dedicated links between chains, Router is building a many-to-many mesh network that allows seamless data flow between various chains. Any chain can be added with a few lines of configuration.
  • Settlement guarantee – Router Protocol ensures no blocking for user funds and guarantees settlements of all transactions by providing users equivalent amounts of USDC or RUSDC (which can be redeemed 1:1 for USDC).

 

“As two of the most popular layer 2 solutions on Ethereum, this integration marks significant progress in our mission to connect all layer 1 and layer 2 chains,” said Ramani Ramachandran, co-founder and CEO of Router Protocol. “We’re proud to deliver a seamless and secure cross-chain experience to these communities.”

 

Security has been an important focus for Router Protocol, which has taken several measures to secure its network. In addition to a bug bounty program with leading firm Immunefi, the project has completed security audits from Certik and Halborn, and is currently undergoing a third audit from Hacken. Router also has several security features built into its network including:

 

  • A modular smart contract architecture which distinguishes different contracts for functions like liquidity, fees, voting, etc. to separate out functions against monolith structures which is typically followed.
  • On-chain validation – the validation is achieved on-chain, which is more secure than protocols using off-chain consensus.
  • An Isolated execution module – transactions are executed on a stateless execution pallet that can avoid direct interaction with the bridge reserves. Keeping the reserves isolated from the execution environment prevents malicious entities from accessing the reserve funds.
  • A dedicated proxy architecture – Router retains the option to update the contract in case of any contract vulnerability/bug.

 

Router  recently announced a governance proposal inviting the community to decide which two EVM chains to integrate next. The governance event is an important step in the direction of transitioning Router Protocol into a community-governed project.

 

For more information about Router Protocol and its mission to revolutionize cross-chain interoperability visit www.routerprotocol.com.

 

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Brent Dixon is the owner of E-Crypto News and an early adopter of cryptocurrencies. He is a Book editor- that has edited numerous books on Cryptocurrencies. He has been a writer for more than 30 years. Covering everything from Jazz Music to Blockchain Technology. He currently lives with his wife on Miami Beach, Fl.

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