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MOST is live on the Mainnet. Start bridging your assets over!

May 21, 2024

Aleph Zero’s native bridge, MOST, is finally live! This opens up the ecosystem to new users from other blockchains–and enables them to take advantage of Aleph Zero’s unique speed and privacy-enhancing features. 

After months of work, the ecosystem’s native bridge, MOST is live! The launch fits into a broader strategy of Aleph Zero, enabling it in the multichain world, to offer interconnectivity and modular solutions across different ecosystems.

The first ecosystem to which Aleph Zero will be bridged is the Ethereum network. We are hopeful that MOST will stimulate the Aleph Zero ecosystem while simultaneously enabling Ethereum users to benefit from the speed and privacy-enhancing features native to Aleph Zero. 

How to bridge your external assets to Aleph Zero with MOST?

As Common’s frontend, MOST boasts a user-friendly interface that serves as a gateway for users to quickly move external liquidity and stablecoins to Aleph Zero. In facilitating this, MOST will substantially support the growth of decentralized finance (DeFi) applications on the platform. 

Here’s a full breakdown of how you can move your assets from Ethereum to the Aleph Zero ecosystem using the Most bridge. You can also watch this comprehensive tutorial that takes you through the entire process step by step.

Common LPs are now available–so bridge over your assets now to get rewarded 

Alongside the MOST launch, Common AMM has been launching, offering a simple and user-friendly exchange of tokens on Aleph Zero. Common’s liquidity pools (LPs) are set to further energize Aleph Zero’s native DeFi services by giving users the opportunity to take advantage of enhanced liquidity that will facilitate trades between assets on the Common DEX. 

Additionally, farming has been enabled our Web3 user base to further benefit from providing liquidity to the pools. So, bridge your assets over now to participate!