An Overview of Cross-Chain Bridge Analytics

  • Building a Defi Primitive: Single-route bridges are easy to build out but hard to scale. We want to build a product that plays a central role in the ecosystems we connect to.
  • Real Bridge Demand: Our inspiration for Swim Protocol came from our own frustration with the current bridge design. From looking at bridge volume data, there is true demand for a comprehensive bridge solution that helps bridge native assets from one chain to another
  • Stablecoin is King: Stablecoins are a crucial component of the crypto landscape. Swim manifests this from the start by initializing stablecoin liquidity pools to meet user needs. Eventually, Swim aims to achieve native asset swapping for any token, stablecoin, or otherwise.

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