How to Bridge to DogeChain
The fastest way to bridge Ethereum (ETH), USDC or USDT from any network to DogeChain on a Web 3 wallet is with the Synapse Protocol. Their platform is the largest multi-chain bridge in the world, with over $5 billion in cross-chain trading volume.
You can get started in 4 simple steps:
- Visit the Synapse protocol and connect your Web 3 wallet.
- Select the network you want to Bridge from and DogeChain as your destination.
- Select the token you want to bridge to DogeChain (ETH, USDT or USDC).
- Confirm the transaction and wait 5 minutes for your funds to arrive on DogeChain.
The example above is a 3.45ETH swap to DogeChain with 0% slippage, which highlights how efficient Synapse is to move assets between networks.
What is the Best Asset to Bridge to DogeChain?
We tested bridging $20,000 USD to DogeChain from Ethereum mainnet and found that ETH had the lowest slippage and most efficient way to transfer tokens. Both USDC and USDT had 0.1% slippage to move over $20,000 of assets to DogeChain from mainnet, whereas ETH tokens had 0% slippage.
If you are transferring under $20,000, then USDC, USDT and ETH are all equally as efficient in terms of slippage and fees.
What is DogeChain?
DogeChain is the new Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible Layer 2 smart contract platform deployed by the Dogecoin community. It is built using Polygon Edge, which is a modular framework that allows anyone to build their own smart contract platform using Polygon (MATIC) native infrastructure.
DogeChain uses a Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus algorithm and has a block time of 20 seconds. It also supports features like ZK-SNARKS, which allows for private transactions. The main use case for DogeChain is to be a cheaper and faster alternative to Ethereum for deploying DeFi applications and conducting transactions.
You can read our DogeChain Metamask Guide if you need to learn how to add the network to your Web3 wallet.