Etherscan Community Poll - June 2021
This month's quiz is all about bridges. Answer our questions and stand a chance to win $10 in ETH!
Responses should be made by 24 June 2021 to be in the running.
Which of these has the oldest bridge to Ethereum?
Is there any benefit to a centralized bridge that is controlled by one or a small number of entities?
Centralized bridges always execute transactions faster than decentralized ones.
There is no benefit to centralization.
In the event of hacks, the centralized controllers of a bridge may 'freeze' tokens that are being transferred from one chain to another by the hacker.
Liquidity on a centralized bridge is guaranteed.
Would tokens bridged from Ethereum to another EVM-compatible chain share the same address?
An Optimistic Rollup normally requires withdrawals to take a lengthy duration to complete (e.g. 1-2 weeks). What are ways that faster withdrawals can happen?
Using a centralized exchange that supports fast withdrawals.
By relying on an oracle service such as Maker DAO.
By utilizing a crosschain liquidity network such as Connext Network.
Using bounties, smart contracts and a network of relayers to coordinate the withdrawals.
How can Etherscan support the bridging experience or help with connecting information across chains?
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