Cross-Chain Mechanics

It is important to make sure that the tokenomics supports further multi-chain expansion with cross-chain mechanics. Any EVM-compatible chain with sound DeFi protocols and stablecoins shall be considered for potential deployment. It is not appropriate to bridge pf1CC_n tokens cross-chain as they are backing different protocols. Correspondingly, if 1CCindex token is to be bridged, the bridging logic needs to avoid collision.
GHOST Protocol may offer a great solution to the 1CCindex bridging. 1CCindex-A token on Chain A will be locked into Gatekeeper A smart contract. Similarly, 1CCindex-B token on Chain B will be locked into Gatekeeper B smart contract. While 1CCindex-A token is to backing Portfolio_A and 1CCindex-B token is backing Portfolio_B, how to avoid collision while bridging them interchangeably?
Both 1CCindex-A and 1CCindex-B will be bridged to the GHOST Chain by minting g1CCindex. While the entry to Gatekeeper A and Gatekeeper B is unlimited, the exit is limited by the entry. Thus, User A will not be able to withdraw a larger quantity of 1CCindex-B token on Chain B than the amount deposited by User B.
Such bridging solution will give One Click access to liquidity on multiple chains and allow to connect that liquidity via decentralized cross-chain bridges.
Cross-Chain Mechanics.