Introduction
A scalable cross-chain relayer protocol

What is Bridge Network?

Bridge Network is a scalable cross-chain relayer protocol providing all the tools for users and creators to trade or transfer any type of assets between blockchains.
The protocol aims to be cross-chain hub as a one-stop-shop for all cross-chain activities. It hosts a suite of sophisticated tools that enables frictionless movement across both EVM and non-EVM blockchains.

The Bridge Toolkit

Bridge Network is currently made up of 6 tools:
  1. 1.
    The Vanderbilt- Global token bridge
    The Vanderbilt is a intuitive tool that enables users to move a single token from one blockchain to the next. The bridge uses the lock, mint, burn mechanism.
  2. 2.
    The Rockefeller - Take your token multichain
    The Rockefeller is a first of its kind tool that allows token issuers to deploy a bridge for their asset and earn fees when users transact via that bridge. Once a bridge for a specific asset has been deployed, the asset is added to the global token bridge (the Vanderbilt).
  3. 3.
    The Picasso- NFT Bridge
    The Picasso allows users to move non-fungible tokens (NFTs) from one blockchain to the next. NFTs are moved with the metadata in order to maintain the integrity of the NFT.
  4. 4.
    The Carnegie - Cross-chain & multi-hop trading
    The Carnegie is a trading interface that enables users to trade between any two assets, on any blockchain, regardless of whether a market exists or not.
  5. 5.
    The Columbus - Multichain transaction explorer
    This Columbus allows users to track transactions as an asset move between blockchains. Think etherscan, but for all blockchains.
  6. 6.
    The Tull- Cross-chain yield aggregator
    The Tull hunts for yields across different blockchains and consolidate them in one interface, allowing users to farm tokens between networks.
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