Other than forced withdrawals and some of the fancy animations, I’d say easy mode has been one of the more fun features for us to work on with the Superbridge. We haven’t settled on the name yet either, “Easy mode” was just the first thing we thought of.
One of the coolest features we’ve built into the Superbridge is the ability to force asset withdrawal from rollups. Forced withdrawals act as an escape hatch for users and allows them to exit rollups without needing to trust rollup operators to include their transactions. As we’ll explain in this post the feature is currently a bit of an intellectual nicety, but will become increasingly important as the number of OP rollups explodes.
After soft launching the Superbridge a few weeks ago, we’re following up with an official launch of the Superbridge today. The Superbridge is your entry point into various rollup ecosystems, facilitating Ether and token bridging from base layer networks (usually but not necessarily Ethereum mainnet) to rollups (L3’s included). This will be a short post highlighting what the Superbridge offers today and what we envision for future iterations.