Celer Inter-Chain Message Framework Successfully Integrated by Mystiko.Network

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We are excited to announce that Mystiko.Network, a privacy base layer of web3, has successfully integrated the Celer Inter-Chain Message Framework to enable auditable private cross-chain transaction functionality. Users can try out Mystiko.Network’s testnet and read a detailed guide here.

The above demo shows how a user can make a private asset transfer, but across two different chains, easily using Mystiko.Network.

The Celer Inter-chain Message Framework (“Celer IM”) provides a “plug’n’play” upgrade for developers to build inter-chain-native dApps with a simple single-click user experience, with high liquidity efficiency and coherent application logics. By making cross-chain composability possible, the framework opens up an entire galaxy of opportunities for inter-chain-native dApp scenarios.

Aiming to be the base layer of web3, Mystiko.Network is designed around protecting personal data privacy, so that everyone can protect their account balances, assets holdings, and investment records from unwanted data tracking and exploits. Mystiko.Network has designed a ultimate universal web3 privacy infrastructure through PaaS (Privacy as an SDK): 

  • For blockchains: Any Layer 1 and Layer 2 blockchains could utilize Mystiko.Network as a privacy layer, making their mainnet transactions confidential both within the same chain or from/to other chains.
  • For bridges: Any cross-chain bridges could utilize Mystiko.Network to add privacy bridging functions, making cross-chain transactions fully private. 
  • For wallets: Any wallets could utilize Mystiko.Network to add private asset management and private transactions features. 
  • For Dapps: Any dapps could utilize Mystiko.Network to provide users on-chain financial privacy features, e.g. private DEX and private on-chain crypto payments dapps that protect receivers/merchants’ income history.

One important piece of such full-stack privacy is to maintain user privacy when users are making cross-chain transactions as a multi-blockchain future becomes a firm reality. Mystiko.Network provides such cross-chain auditable private transactions by leveraging the generalized Celer Inter-chain Message Framework with the following technical integration flow.

Currently, the testnet version of the Mystiko Wallet supports cross-chain private transactions across Ethereum and BNB, using the Celer Inter-chain Message Framework and Mystiko Network’s ZK-snark based privacy technology. In the next steps, Mystiko will leverage Celer IM’s high connectivity to over 20+ EVM and non-EVM blockchains to cover user needs in different ecosystems and expand use cases beyond simple asset bridging to privacy-focused yield aggregator and more.

We’ll also be hosting an Ask Me Anything (AMA) on March 9th at 02:00 UTC. Join us in our Telegram channel to learn more about how Mystiko.Network plans to use the innovative Celer Inter-chain Message Framework. 

About Mystiko.Network

Mystiko.Network is the base layer of web3 that provides both connectivity and confidentiality to all blockchain data, transactions and applications. Mystiko.Network is a zero-knowledge proof protocol that secures scalability and privacy for all cross-chain and single-chain private transactions, with “Snarks of Snarks” tech design.

Learn more about Mystiko. Network:

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About Celer Network

Celer Network is the leading inter-blockchain and cross-layer communication platform that facilitates fast, secure, and low-cost cross-chain composability and bridging. Celer’s core applications and middleware like the Inter-chain Message Framework, cBridge, and Layer2.Finance have attracted important blockchain contributors and massive end users in the DeFi, blockchain interoperability, and gaming spaces to build and use inter-chain native applications enabled by the Celer tech suite.

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