Investors and users who wish to bridge their USDC from the Ethereum blockchain to Cardano can now do so through Milkomeda. The user bridges Ethereum-based USDC to Milkomeda and then transfers it to Cardano as Cardano Native Asset.
To perform a swap, users would need at least four MilkAda tokens in their wallets, which is required by Milkomeda and Iagon Token Bridge. If a user does not have enough or any milkAda tokens in a wallet, they can transfer ADA from any Cardano wallet to an EVM wallet and get their tokens.
After getting the necessary tokens, users should continue to the bridge page and connect their Cardano wallet with Nami or Flint wallets. Then, users would need to choose Milkomeda C1 and then send their ADA to the provided address.
The Iagon Token Bridge is currently in beta test version but already fulfills its purpose of converting tokens designed for unwrapping and wrapping IAG tokens on the Ethereum and Cardano blockchains.
The way out permits swapping ERC-20 IAG for native tokens from the Cardano blockchain in both directions. The solution is powered by the Milkomeda sidechain.
As initially covered by Cryptolifedigital, the upcoming launch of the Iagon bridging solution is a pivotal moment in the network’s interoperability. The Layer 2 EVM enables Ethereum-based decentralized app deployment on Cardano. Later on, users expect the release of the ADA-AGIX converter to go live, enabling singularityNET native token AGIX to provide interoperability with ADA.
Sadly, the active development process in the ecosystem is not ensuring positive market performance, as ADA keeps on losing its value. Since the beginning of May, ADA has lost 41% of its price.