Unified Liquidity Platform Range Protocol Unveils Skate – the First Universal Application Layer Powering Apps To Run on All Chains With One State

Unified Liquidity Platform Range Protocol Unveils Skate – the First Universal Application Layer Powering Apps To Run on All Chains With One State


April 3, 2024 – Singapore, Singapore

Skate is backed by leading founders in Web 3.0, including EigenLayer, Polygon, Manta, Axelar, Pendle, A41 and Galxe, supporting its vision to make Web 3.0 efficient for a modular future by solving application fragmentation.

Range Protocol, a unified liquidity provisioning platform, today announced the launch of Skate, the universal application layer that empowers apps to run on thousands of chains with one state.

Designed with an intent-centric approach, Skate aims to efficiently address the application fragmentations as a single hub for all code deployment across all chains.

Backed by leading Web 3.0 players, including EigenLayer, Polygon, Manta, Axelar, Biconomy, Pendle, A41, Vertex, Navi, Galxe, Pontem and more, Skate will deliver its vision with faster finality and

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