Celsius Leaps into Hybrid CeFi/Defi Contracts, Strengthens Chainlink Partnership to Create Wrapped Tokens on Polygon

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Celsius integrates with Chainlink to create cross-chain wrapped tokens, strengthen Oracle networks.

The integration enables Celsius to create wrapped versions of popular tokens including ADA, DOGE and ETH for use on Polygon.




Celsius and DeFi engineering arm CelsiusX will integrate with Chainlink Proof of Reserve to create wrapped versions of tokens such as Cardano, Dogecoin and Ethereum in a bid to unlock cross-chain liquidity.

The initial integration will see lending and rewards platform Celsius bridge wrapped versions of ADA, DOGE, and ETH to the Polygon mainnet, providing holders with access to more cross-chain token utility and DeFi ecosystems on different blockchains.

Following the initial integration, Celsius will then work rapidly to expand its wrapped cross-chain token offerings and supported blockchains in the near term given the flexibility and adeptness of Chainlink’s proof-of-reserve (PoR) architecture in onboarding new assets and chains.

The integration will be one of the first instances of Chainlink PoR being used to help secure the on-chain minting, redemption and burning of wrapped cross-chain tokens – which are tokens pegged to the value of the original asset and created for use on non-native blockchains.

Through the integration, smart contract developers can now build more advanced applications with non-native blockchain tokens by unlocking latent liquidity and bringing greater interoperability to the multi-chain ecosystem.

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An in-depth look at how Celsius will use Chainlink PoR to help secure wrapped ADA (cxADA).

Chainlink PoR will help CelsiusX create and secure wrapped versions of assets such as ADA (cxADA) by ensuring that the minting process of tokens is done in a verifiably sound manner.

First, it ensures that the correct amount of tokens are minted by Celsius by verifying whether enough are available in reserves. Secondly, the reserves are fully audible and verifiable in real-time via CelsiusX’s reserves dashboard.

In addition, developers can also integrate Chainlink PoR feeds into their smart contracts to act as an ‘early-warning system’ if reserves become too low.

Carl Hua, Head of CelsiusX, commented on the upcoming integration and its value to the DeFi and engineering arm of Celsius.

“Unlike other wrapping infrastructure providers, CelsiusX embraces transparency to eliminate the need for third-party trust,” he said.

Chainlink is a key infrastructure partner to facilitate that transparency, with Proof of Reserve providing a real-time view into the liquidity and collateralisation of wrapped tokens.

“In the future, CelsiusX will adopt Chainlink CCIP as the core infrastructure for decentralised cross-chain bridging. This will be cutting edge infrastructure to set up multi-chain expansion.”



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-Via Resourced Site 1:  Celsius Integrates with Chainlink to Create Cross-Chain Wrapped Tokens

-Via Resourced Site 2:  Celsius Is Integrating Chainlink Proof of Reserve to Unlock Cross-Chain Liquidity with Wrapped Tokens


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