So, amidst increasing Ethereum tx fees, dApps and their users are transitioning elsewhere - be it side-chains or other blockchains altogether. I is quite apparent that these other chains will need to bridge their assets to/from Ethereum to increase liquidity within their own DeFi markets (i.e. unlock liquidity interoperability to take advantage of the money in Ethereum). Of course, Centrifuge has already done this with Ethereum, but it seems like a good deal of Ethereum liquidity is moving toward the xDai side-chain.
With that being the case, is it going to be a priority to develop strategic token bridges to increasingly liquid Ethereum side-chains like xDai? Many of you may ask, “Why the heck would we do that?” my answer would be to lower tx costs for applications built across chains (one of those being Centrifuge). It also creates application acquisition opportunities easier for the xDai side-chain and Centrifuge by making choosing at least one of them a no-brainer, given the potential to bridge / move to the other more easily if necessary.
Just a thought - any critiques?