Kima provides an unprecedented level of assurance and control. First, it validates that the necessary liquidity exists in the target chain before the transaction is sent.
If a transaction still fails – it will be reverted. The user will know what’s happening at any point.
To make sure that the cross-chain transaction is executed, Kima checks the existing liquidity on the target chain.
If liquidity exists, the transaction is sent. If liquidity does not exist, Kima’s technology and incentive mechanisms expedite the liquidity replenishment on the target chain, minimizing the waiting time to just a few blocks. Users can then choose to either revert the transaction or wait a few blocks until Kima takes care of everything.
Throughout the process, the status is reported. No more nerve-racking waits for money to pop out the other side: all of the information is available and maximum control is provided for reverting pending transactions (where applicable).