Ethereum (L1 Smart Contracts)

Binding Names to Addresses: The smart contracts on Ethereum store mappings between public addresses and unique names. This function is crucial for identity management within the blockchain.

Updating Whitelist: The `updateBridgeWhitelist` method modifies the list of approved bridge addresses, ensuring that only consensus-approved addresses can execute bridge-related operations.


Managing Social and Economic Interactions: L2 methods cater to the complex business logic required for handling user interactions and economic transactions. The L2 solution leverages a more rapid and flexible environment than L1, making it ideal for real-time social and economic activities.


Token Transfers: The Bridge's core function is to facilitate token transfers between the Ethereum mainnet and L2 solution. It uses a consensus-based approach to maintain security and integrity during these transfers.

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