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Binance has launched Binance Bridge 2.0, which integrates CeFi and DeFi

The Bridge will allow users to connect to and utilize assets from any blockchain on the BNB Chain.

Binance Bridge is now operational

Binance, the world’s biggest crypto ecosystem, has released version 2.0 of the Binance Bridge. The new version improves on the original Binance Bridge by supporting more tokens, lowering maintenance expenses, and providing a more polished user experience.

Binance Bridge 2.0, according to an exclusive March 29 news release given with BSC News by the team at BNB Chain, will allow users to seamlessly bridge crypto assets from any blockchain to BNB Chain. Users would be able to do so directly from the Binance app, making the bridge a one-stop shop for Binance users’ Centralized Finance (CeFi) and Decentralized Finance (DeFi) requirements.

“With Binance Bridge 2.0, we can make DeFi accessible to a larger audience worldwide, while still providing the seamless user experience that CeFi provides. Binance Bridge 2.0 is a transformative step and I am very excited to see how this makes Web3 accessible to a billion+ users,” Mayur Kamat, Head of Product at Binance, asserted.

Whereas Version 1 of Binance Bridge only supported assets listed on the Binance exchange, Version 2 does not. Version 2 users would be able to connect other assets not listed on the Binance market to the BNB Chain as wrapped BTokens. Users can then deploy the BTokens and explore the DeFi metaverse, blockchain games, and so on on the BNB Chain environment, removing the requirement for swaps and other bottlenecks that have plagued blockchain interoperability.

Binance has become the first cryptocurrency exchange to provide users a seamless integration of CeFi and DeFi assets by introducing the new bridge. Binance Bridge 2.0 is yet another innovation in Binance’s effort to increase worldwide acceptance of decentralized finance and cryptocurrency.

Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.

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