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Seil has integrated the Wormhole SDK to build a cross-chain bridge interface into its own front-end. This feature is fully supported by Wormhole's service, allowing users to conveniently migrate their assets across different blockchain networks.
Seil's bridging function/interface (Seil Bridging Interface) is an experimental open source software integrated with Wormhole, a third-party cross-chain messaging protocol developed by an independent third-party development team; therefore, Seil has no control over Wormhole or the underlying smart contracts. All Smart Contracts may contain security vulnerabilities, errors, failures, bugs or economic loopholes that may be exploited by third parties, causing you to suffer losses in connection with any Digital Assets that interact with such Smart Contracts (including, without limitation, any Digital Assets you use with the Seil Bridging Interface). Seil cannot be held responsible for any security vulnerabilities, errors, failures, bugs or commercial loopholes in the underlying Smart Contracts. Interaction with Smart Contracts is entirely at your own risk and liability and neither the Company nor the Distributor is a party to any Smart Contract that operates in a peer-to-peer manner.
The Seil Bridge Interface is provided "as is" at your own risk and without warranty of any kind. By using or accessing the Seil Bridge Interface or the Wormhole, you agree that the Company or the Distributor shall not be liable in any way for any claims or damages related to your use, inability to use, or interactions with other users of the Seil Bridge Interface or the Wormhole, including any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, punitive, or consequential damages, or for any loss of profits, cryptocurrency, tokens, or other valuable loss of profits, cryptocurrency, tokens, or anything else of value. By using or accessing the Seil Bridge Interface, you represent that you are not sanctioned or otherwise included on any list of prohibited or restricted parties or excluded or denied persons, including, without limitation, lists maintained by the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control, the United Nations Security Council, the European Union or its member states, or any other governmental authority.
Currently, Wormhole supports more than 20 blockchain networks, including but not limited to :
So far, the assets bridged to the Aptos blockchain from other networks mainly include ETH and USDC from Ethereum, and other mainstream coins native to the BNB chain and other layer1 blockchains. In addition, Seil will update its bridging interface after Wormhole supports the Sui blockchain to provide a seamless bridging experience for new users on Sui.