Squidrouter: Bringing Secure Bridges for Multi-Chain Projects

Cross-chain builders may allow players and users to export their NFT to a wider selection of marketplaces.
  • Multi-chain projects can build composable transactions with one click.
  • Squidrouter adds more partners and networks, ensuring cross-chain liquidity.
  • The end goal is to have users swap assets between Web3 projects.

Multi-chain projects aim to tap a wider potential user base, while offering fast and accessible transactions. Web3 projects need to use many chains in several cases – when using a niche blockchain, or when they want to tap the biggest ecosystems and markets. Bridging to and from Ethereum is also one of the staples in Web3, for the purposes of trading, swapping stablecoins, or using NFT markets

Squidrouter is one of the toolsets for safe bridging, which keeps adding new blockchains to its toolset. Squidrouter is also targeting developers with its main multi-chain technology.


Squidrouter offers multiple connections between niche blockchains and projects, or to special features such as decentralized exchanges. The project is also building on the Axelacore ecosystem, reaching out to its native apps. 

Squidrouter Opens Building Opportunities

Cross-chain swaps have been launched live on Squidrouter, and the tools can be integrated into Web3 apps. The protocol also takes care of liquidity, storing tokens to move from one asset to another without risks.

Squidrouter offers SDK to achieve the swaps, as well as smart contract templates and front-end tools. Apps can achieve one-click swaps, while being secure in their liquidity. End users can trade NFT on a wider selection of marketplaces, and players can also pick games across blockchains, united by possible swaps and exchanges. The goal is one-click transactions between all users, with all assets and on any application. 

Squdrouter is not only offering bridge smart contracts, but also a common market for apps and games that may be otherwise separated into their own closed communities. With Squidrouter, players can move their assets hypothetically between games, instead of needing to cash out. Squidrouter is building toward an inter-game exchange of value, helping turn Web3 into the Internet of Value.

Squidrouter is for intermediate to advanced developers, offering resources with code to build composable transactions and execute swaps based on available exchanges and liquidity. The resources may hold risk depending on projects, and may depend on each individual app for audits and no exploit risks.

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