Origin Protocol Integrates Chainlink CCIP

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Chainlink announced via X on Friday that Origin Protocol is integrating Chainlink CCIP across the Ethereum and Arbitrum mainnets.

Chainlink announced via X on Friday that Origin Protocol is integrating Chainlink CCIP across the Ethereum and Arbitrum mainnets. Origins Protocol said they are leveraging CCIP’s Simplified Token Transfer capabilities to facilitate cross-chain transfers of their liquid staking token, OETH, enabling a more seamless liquid staking user experience.

They chose CCIP as their preferred interoperability solution because Chainlink has the most proven track record of maintaining the highest standard of security and reliability in the Web3 industry. Furthermore, CCIP is backed by the Risk Management Network, a separate, independent network that continually monitors and verifies cross-chain operations for suspicious activity.

Chainlink Network (LINK) aims to provide tamper-proof inputs and outputs of data for smart contracts on any blockchain. LINK is down by 1% over the past 24 hours and is trading at $19.100 at press time.

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