MAPO Implement Cross-chain Interoperability

Interoperability between different blockchain networks refers to the transfer of data and assets to enable collaboration and interaction for decentralized applications. Mapo Protocol, with its unique three-layer architecture consisting of the application layer, Mos layer, and protocol layer, provides a convenient way for third-party chains and dApp developers to connect. Using the standardized modules provided by Mapo Protocol, third-party chains only need to implement their own light clients (Solidity version) based on their consensus mechanisms and deploy a light client for mapo-relay-chain to easily achieve cross-chain communication with mapo-relay-chain.

Mapo Protocol supports connecting both EVM-compatible and non-EVM-compatible chains and also supports full-chain dApp development:

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