New Ethereum Cardano Bridge Launched to Further Advance Cardano’s Interoperability


Cardano, the world’s largest proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain, has reached a new interoperability milestone with the launch of Iagon’s Ethereum to Cardano token bridge in beta.

Iagon, a Cloud Computing Platform that provides access to a decentralized IAG-powered Shared Storage Economy, announced this new development in a tweet on May 25, 2022. According to the report, the company’s goal is to accelerate the growth and development of the Cardano ecosystem.

Iagon tweeted, “Iagon Ethereum-Cardano #TokenBridge is launched. We believe that our solution powered by @Milkomeda_com & @nomadxyz_ contributes @Cardano development & growth.”

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The Bridge Design: How it Will Work 

Iagon announced its migration from the Ethereum blockchain to the Cardano blockchain on April 21st. Around the same time, it announced that it had transferred 500 million IAG tokens to Cardano, representing 50% of IAG’s total supply.

According to the Iagon team, the token bridge was designed to allow the conversion of ERC-20 IAG tokens to CNT IAG tokens, allowing tokens on both the Cardano and Ethereum blockchains to interact.

It is also stated that Milkomeda, a layer-2 protocol, will power the new bridge. The platform also intends to support other ERC20 projects.

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Cardano made significant progress in terms of interoperability in late March 2022 after the Milkomeda Foundation announced the launch of Milkomeda C1.

Cardano CI is a Layer 2 Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible sidechain that allows Ethereum decentralized applications (DApps) to be deployed to the Cardano blockchain.

Following this advancement, the ADA-AGIX converter was also released. This allowed the SingularityNET token AGIX to communicate with the Cardano blockchain’s native token, ADA.