- The official Multichain Twitter account, meanwhile, has been silent as of late.
- Earlier, the price of MULTI dropped by 50% in a month.
On-chain specialists verified on June 5 that Multichain protocol transactions were taking place, signaling the return of certain cross-chain bridges. Vice President and admin Tung Dinh of Multichain has verified that router2 has returned to service. The price of Multichain’s native token, MULTI, soared by 40% in a matter of hours after users reported receiving cross-chain payments.
On June 5th, Bobie, creator of the Web3 knowledge graph protocol 0xScope, announced on Twitter that Zksync Era, Kava EVM, and Avax C-Chain are among the Multichain cross-chain bridge services that have resumed operation. He makes a case for or against Zhao Jun’s release from prison as CEO and co-founder of Multichain.
Investors Optimistic on Return
In addition, he showed transaction images from Zksync Era, Kava EVM, and Avax C-Chain, which may indicate that Multichain’s cross-chain bridge services have restarted. The official Multichain Twitter account, meanwhile, has been silent as of late.
Meanwhile, Salience reported that router2 for Multichain has been restored to service. This means the essential bridges are in good shape and can continue functioning regularly. The network administrator has assured everyone that everything is OK with the router.
MULTI, Multichain’s native coin, has had a 40% price increase, however, there was a pullback, and is now trading at $3.97 as per CMC. And after just a few hours, trading volume has surged, suggesting a surge in investor enthusiasm. After Multichain halted cross-chain bridges and CEO Zhao Jun went missing during an investigation, the price of MULTI dropped by 50% in a month.
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