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How to build the bridge between two different consensus blockchain platform?

use case:

1.we need to ensure visibility of the transaction in both platforms to assure its integrity

  1. When a smart contract is established on one platform, that contract can be referred to, transacted and transferred to the other platform easily and securely

  2. The bridge should be able to leverage the one platform and other platforms depending upon the transaction type and the TPS requirement. If it requires a faster TPS, then one consensus framework or else normal mining framework of another consensus

  • Bancor did that, see here. – goodvibration Aug 29 at 13:49
  • there are multiple ways of securing a cross-chain transaction, but I'm not sure what you are talking about for point 2, do you mean that you want cross-chain contract calls? so a contract on chain A can call a contract on chain B and get the return result? Or by "transferred to" do you mean you want the contract on chain A itself being able to be transferred to chain B? – hellopeach Aug 29 at 14:31
  • @hellpeach yes, want the contract on chain A itself being able to be transferred to chain B – Darshan Aug 29 at 16:03
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There are a number of bridge services readily available for Ethereum, obviously the use will depend on your exact use case, but here are a selection of projects for you to review:

  • Is this for between Ethereum and other blockchain platforms (Example such as EOS, Stellar, Tron)? – Darshan Aug 30 at 5:40
  • Ion is a generic one. Parity Bridge is a sample of how to bridge Ethereum and X. – fixanoid Aug 30 at 13:26
  • Is Parity Bridge satisfy all use cases that I have written in the question? – Darshan Aug 30 at 13:55
  • AFAIK, it would allow you to do that -- this is the pieces you'd need to be writing imho – fixanoid Aug 30 at 17:37
  • Is that bridge act as a server? – Darshan Sep 13 at 10:36
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Can you google sidechain dapp please and see if this is what you are looking for ?

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