Tap In Tuesday: Driving Layer 2 Adoption w/ DeGate Bridge

Learn more about cross-chain DeFi bridges with DeGate

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We are coming off an epic July 4th weekend!

Tons of exciting developments happening here at Slate and across the entire DeFi ecosystem. Layer 2 season is just getting started.

Today, we are covering one of the newest Layer 2 bridges. DeGate is a unique gateway bringing interoperability across multiple blockchains and Layer 2 solutions.

In this demo, we showcase the DeGate bridge as a point of accessing the Arbitrum network. Check out how it works here:

Enjoy!

-Rob


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Tap In Tuesday: Driving Layer 2 Adoption w/ DeGate Bridge


👀 Sponsor Update: DeGate is a Decentralized Layer 2 Decentralized Exchange based on optimistic rollups. DeGate will offer secure order-book trading that is faster and cheaper.

Degate also offers a fast and efficient L1 - L2 Bridge, testnet is operating now. Try it HERE


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