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DFINITY introduces new API to improve blockchain interoperability

DFINITY Foundation Launches EVM RPC and ckUSDC Stablecoin to Foster Interoperability and DeFi Utility

The DFINITY Foundation, a prominent player in the blockchain space, has made waves with its recent announcement of the launch of the EVM RPC and the new stablecoin, ckUSDC. These innovations are set to revolutionize the world of decentralized finance (defi) by fostering interoperability across multiple blockchains within the ecosystem.

Lomesh Dutta, VP of Growth at DFINITY, expressed excitement about the Tritium milestone reached with the EVM RPC, which enables Internet Computer smart contracts to interact with any blockchain supporting the Ethereum JSON-RPC protocol. This development opens up new possibilities for developers looking to create multi-chain decentralized applications (dApps) with ease.

The introduction of ckUSDC, a stablecoin pegged directly to USDC and integrated into the Internet Computer network, further enhances the utility of the platform. As a “twin token,” ckUSDC offers the typical benefits of stablecoins such as fast transactions and reduced costs, while also supporting trading pairs across different chains.

Early feedback from adopters like IC Lighthouse and Helix Markets has been positive, highlighting the potential of these new products to simplify operations and integration across various networks. DFINITY’s commitment to improving blockchain interoperability and liquidity is evident in their efforts to bridge communities and encourage further adoption of ckUSDC among developers and users.

With the ability to propose additional ERC20 twins on the Internet Computer network, DFINITY is paving the way for a more interconnected and efficient decentralized finance ecosystem. Stay tuned for more updates on how these innovations will shape the future of blockchain technology.

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