We are super excited to bring you the next major addition to the Allbridge Core — our integration with Circle’s Cross-Chain Transfer Protocol (CCTP).
What is CCTP?
CCTP is a permissionless on-chain utility that can burn native USDC on a source chain and mint native USDC of the same amount on a destination chain, enabling USDC to flow natively across blockchains — unifying liquidity in Web3 and simplifying user experience
The advantages of CCTP for Allbridge Core
This update allows Allbridge Core users to benefit from minimum slippage cross-chain transfers for all USDC routes where CCTP is available. The new swap option will power USDC transfers between Avalanche, Arbitrum, and Ethereum.
New exciting updates
In the future, we plan to introduce CCTP to more chains as new networks become supported by the Circle team. Having recently showcased our testnet demo at Breakpoint, we are looking at Solana as the next big CCTP update once it goes live on the mainnet.
We are committed to bringing more UX improvements to the Allbridge community and working together with our partners to enable the seamless flow of liquidity between chains.
Visit our bridge to try the new USDC transfer option powered by CCTP.
Circle is a global financial technology firm that enables businesses of all sizes to harness the power of digital currencies and public blockchains for payments, commerce and financial applications worldwide. Circle is the issuer of USDC and EURC — highly liquid, interoperable, and trusted money protocols on the internet. Circle’s open and programmable platform and APIs make it easy for organizations to run their internet-scale business, whether it is making international payments, building globally-accessible Web3 apps or managing their internal treasury.
About Allbridge Core
Allbridge Core enables the transfer of value between blockchains by offering cross-chain swaps of native stablecoins. Being messaging protocol agnostic, Allbridge Core connects a variety of EVM and non-EVM networks.