LiFi, a multichain bridging protocol, has launched a new bridge aggregator for decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) governance. The aggregator aims to prevent governance attacks originating from cross-chain bridges by only accepting votes confirmed by more than one bridge. This solution comes after a debate over bridge security on the Uniswap forums earlier this year, which concluded that no single bridge had all the necessary security features for secure governance. The LiFi bridge aggregator allows protocols to require votes to be confirmed on multiple bridges, providing a future-proof solution for cross-chain messaging needs. Gnosis has also released a similar protocol called “Hashi,” but it has been deemed unsuitable for DAO governance by a UniswapDAO committee. The LiFi aggregator has not yet been audited but will undergo testing and an audit by Trail of Bits in the future.