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Synapse Protocol Bridges 20,000 DeFi Kingdoms Heroes

Posted July 15, 2022 7:10 pm
2 min
By Jethro Sandico

Cross-chain layer Synapse Protocol announced on July 11, 2022, the successful bridging of 20,000 DeFi Kingdom “Heroes,” from Harmony Network to the new DFK Chain subnet.

“We’re thrilled to see Synapse’s generalized cross-chain messaging help usher in new multi-chain Non-Fungible Token (NFT) use cases,” the Synapse team stated on Twitter.

In addition, DeFi Kingdoms is a Play-to-Earn game with plans of becoming an MMORPG during its later stages. Using an old school pixel art style, the game features an NFT market, Decentralized Exchanges (DEXs), and Liquidity Pools – all existing in an immersive world on the blockchain.

Heroes

Obtained through the marketplace as NFTs, Heroes can accomplish quests, accumulate resources or skills, and join online PvP Battles. 

Synapse Protocol

According to the company, Synapse Protocol is a “cross-chain liquidity network,” that powers interoperability between various chains. Essentially, it provides a secure pathway for data to travel from one blockchain network to another.

In DeFi Kingdoms’ case, the layer’s main role is to facilitate the bridging of Heroes from the old Serendale town to Crystalvale, a new realm which expanded on the DFK Chain subnet on the Avalanche Network.

“Huge S/O to The Team over @SynapseProtocol. Many Many Heroes have traveled safely between Crystalvale and Serendale recently to accomplish new quests!” the team posted on Twitter.

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