Merged Channel Is A Wonderful Thing, If The Transition Doesn't Destroy Your Chain

As more chains struggle with fully embracing merged-channel operations, we have a delicious contradiction. The benefits of such a merged-channel approach are definite and intense. However, the risk of damage being inflicted by a less than precise execution is equally certain. Hence, it's a path that needs to be traveled—but oh so carefully.

StorefrontBacktalk and ChainLink Research have collaborated on a report that looks at some of the less-covered pitfalls and opportunities of this approach. Take a peek.

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