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Chainlink CCIP Launches on BASE 

BASE, the sixth platform integrated into Chainlink's protocol, joins a growing list of supported blockchains.

Chainlink Expands its Reach

The Chainlink Cross-Chain Interoperability Protocol (CCIP) has officially gone live on BASE. This integration brings powerful cross-chain capabilities to developers on the BASE platform, offering a secure and user-friendly solution for creating cross-chain applications and services, according to the recent statement

With CCIP, onchain developers can reportedly harness a robust interface to build secure applications capable of sending messages, transferring tokens, and initiating actions across multiple blockchains.

At the core of CCIP's functionality lies the reliability of Chainlink's decentralized oracle networks. Chainlink's oracles have a track record of securing billions of dollars and facilitated over $8 trillion in on-chain transaction value. 

BASE Joins Chainlink's Growing Ecosystem

BASE is the latest addition to Chainlink's expanding roster of supported blockchains. Previously, Chainlink had successfully integrated Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, Optimism, and Arbitrum into its protocol. This extensive network of supported blockchains is a testament to Chainlink's commitment to driving interoperability in the blockchain space.

Johann Eid, Chief Business Officer at Chainlink Labs, expressed enthusiasm about this collaboration, stating, 

"The scalability and technological creativity of Base as a layer 2 solution, combined with an ever-increasing number of Chainlink services, is a boon for developers looking to build the next generation of cross-chain applications and services." 

This milestone follows closely on the heels of Chainlink Price Feeds going live on BASE, providing developers with access to Chainlink Data Feeds and other Web3 services. 

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