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Phantom integrates LI.FI to enable in-wallet cross-chain exchange with Solana

Phantom has announced its integration with LI.FI to provide support for its newly launched wallet's cross-chain exchange function. This collaboration marks an important step in connecting Solana with the wider EVM ecosystem, allowing its millions of active users to easily transfer assets from EVM chains to Solana and vice versa.

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