Since the end of the week, it’s been live: another extension among Ethereum and Cardano that can be utilized to move USDC and ERC-20 IAG tokens. The symbolic extension created on the Cardano sidechain Milkomeda Iagon fills in as a connection point between the brilliant agreement stages. It is to be reached out to different organizations later on.
Above all else: To request the option to utilize the Iagon Bridge, no less than four milkAda tokens are required. For this, ADA tokens should be shipped off an EVM wallet using a Cardano wallet – or the other way around. To have the option to complete the trade, a milkAda is expected as an exchange charge. The rest stay in the wallet.
Stage 1: Transaction from Ethereum to Milkomeda
In the initial step, a Metamask wallet should be associated. In the “From” button on the extension page, Ethereum chose and changed over completely to Milkomeda through “To”. The relating token and the number of tokens to be moved are chosen in the following stage. At long last, the exchange is affirmed. The exchange takes around 45 to an hour.
Stage 2: From Milkomeda to Cardano
When the exchange is settled, the milkIAG tokens should be available in the wallet. The game begins once again. The “From” button chooses Milkomeda to sign in with the Metamask wallet. Then select Cardano under “To” and click on “Associate” to sign in with the Cardano wallet. Then select the token (milkIAG) and determine the number of tokens to be moved. At last, the exchange is affirmed. After around ten minutes of delay, the IAG tokens ought to show up in the Cardano wallet.
The symbolic exchange from Cardano to Ethereum additionally requires two stages, which as per Iagon, ought to be robotized later on. In the wake of changing over CNT IAG tokens into Milkomeda tokens through a Cardano wallet, they can be moved to the Ethereum wallet.
The Iagon Bridge is still in beta, and the work area rendition is firmly suggested over the portable form. For this reason, the scaffold is, as of now, completely practical.
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