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Celer Has Launched The Mainnet For Cbridge Which Promises Multi Chain Compatibility

Celer Network, a layer-two scaling platform, has launched the mainnet version of cBridge, a multi-chain network that allows users to transfer assets more easily across several blockchains.
Celer announced Thursday that customers can utilize cBridge to instantly transfer tokens across the Ethereum, Polygon, Binance Smart Chain, and Arbitrum networks without encountering any liquidity constraints.
cBRidge, according to the business, addresses many of the existing barriers to complete integration of layer-two scaling solutions, such as an overly complex user experience and the large resources necessary to shift assets across different chains.
Celer Networks co-founder Mo Dong claimed his project’s mission is to democratize blockchain technology and make it more acceptable to general audiences: “As an open-source platform with the mission of bringing blockchain adoption to mainstream, our goal with cBridge is to create a high-performance and cost-efficient intelligraph,” he said.
The need to lower transaction fees connected with DeFi has enticed more developers to the Celer Network, according to Cointelegraph.
Celer applications and middleware have garnered over one million users to date, especially in the DeFi, gaming, and interoperability markets.
Projects that facilitate cross-chain connectivity have gotten increased attention in 2021. Related: Trustless bridges may be the key to blockchain interoperability
The Polkadot ecosystem, which promotes interoperability and cross-chain transfers, has a lot to do with it.
Earlier this year, news of Polkadot integration caused a huge surge in CELR, Celers’ native coin.

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