What problem will be solved?
Since the rise of Web3 smart contract programming, various public chains have emerged. From the initial EVM-based public chains represented by Ethereum to the current Move-based public chains represented by Sui and Aptos. This phenomenon has led to a considerable degree of fragmentation of liquidity.
Currently, 55% of the liquidity is concentrated in Ethereum, while the rest is scattered in the rest of the public chains. The fragmented liquidity makes it difficult for users of different public chains to access new public chains. Users are required to find DEXs for tokens of the new public chain and use token bridges to swap across chains.
Different token bridges have different user interfaces that users need to learn, navigate, and use and are not cheap. Users who own assets on different public chains at the same time have difficulty in finding the right project to earn excess revenue.