Dogecoin’s much-awaited bridge to the Ethereum blockchain will soon be released following a 13-month long development period, according to the Medium blog. The update will make moving DOGE to the Ethereum network possible and in a seamless manner. ETH-DOGE Join Hands Taking inspiration from Ismael Bejarano and Oscar Guindzberg’s innovative Superblocks protocol, which merges transactional hashes from a Merkle tree into a single block, the update cuts down on unnecessary storage costs by working on a range of blocks instead of storing individual headers. Interested developers can access the open-source user guide for Dogethereum on Github; however, Guindzberg notes a few features remain missing and could show up as bugs on test frames. The developer also cautions developers from using coins they hold sentimental value in, saying “use the bridge with coins you are open to losing [sic].” A live demo of the bridge will be live-streamed Sept. 5, at
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