BAS framework has already been providing development-ready EVM-compatible features like staking, RPC-API, and smart contracts. Also, BSC does not rely on the BAS security model and there is no default embedded production-ready bridge solution between the BSC and BAS networks. Therefore, to achieve a bridge between B2 and BSC, we aim to use either AnySwap or Celer Network Bridge (cBridge).
Figure 2: Antimatter on BSC Application Side Chain
Later, once the native bridge between B2 and BSC is ready, we also aim to support the native bridge mechanism. B2 will be built with the BAS template (which was already developed by Ankr) with B2’s configurations.
Figure 3: B2 Modules (Borrowed from BAS modules)