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Interoperability & Multi-Chain as a Service

$20 billion a year expected on blockchain technical services by 2024. Why interoperability matters and how can multi-chain-as-a-service help?

Why interoperability matters and how can multi-chain-as-a-service help?

Hosted by Vivi Lin with guest Aaron Ting, Octopus Network

It is expected that by 2024 blockchain technical services will account for $20 billion dollars annually (1) as mass adoption continues and the transition from Web2 to Web3 accelerates. The transition is anticipated to include many bottle necks including network congestion and cross-chain bridging. Custom bridges between chains pose security risks and are prime targets for attacks e.g. hackers made off with $540M worth of Ethereum (2) most recently.

Join Vivi Lin and Aaron Ting of  Octopus Network   the team responsible for substrate inter-blockchain communication (IBC) pallet (3) in collaboration with  Cosmos  to explore multi-chain-as-a-service built on  NEAR  direct bridging to solve usability challenges with wrapped assets, and novel applications in gaming and the metaverse.

Vivi Lin



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