Dogecoin Plans to Make DOGE Offline Transactions

Dogecoin Plans to Make DOGE Offline Transactions
  • Dogecoin Foundation is working to develop Dogecoin offline transactions.
  • RadioDoge with the support of Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite network would allow offline transactions from happening.
  • Developers disclosed that the main network received DOGE via its Dogecoin addresses created with the Libdogecoin.

Product Lead at the Dogecoin Foundation Timothy Stebbing and Principal Engineer at the Foundation Michi Lumin collaborated to develop a new communication network that would enable Dogecoin offline transactions. 

According to the blog post of Dogecoin Foundation, a “cheap and reliable Radio technology (HF/LoRaWAN)” they call RadioDoge is going to need the support of Starlink satellite network to allow accessibility to people without internet connectivity. The Starlink satellite network  is created and owned by a Doge fan and the richest man in the world, Elon Musk. 

Another key component for this new communication network is the GigaWallet project, a new type of Doge wallet for internet-based transactions along stereotype, non-custodial wallet incorporation with the Dogecoin network.

Last month, Lumin shared on Twitter a development of their work. The developers came up with the first Dogecoin test transaction created completely with Libdogecoin. This is a programming library for creating Dogecoin projects that forms and validates Doge’s addresses and transactions. They disclosed that the main network received DOGE via its Dogecoin addresses created with the library.

The team described that the main challenge is if Libdogecoin will be able to do the heavy-lifting work. This is in order to allow GigaWallet to communicate with RadioDoge. Last week’s first RadioDoge initiation will be the basis of the testing ground for the new technology.

The Dogecoin Foundation’s goal is to make DOGE the de facto means for exchanging goods and services globally. However, the team admitted that the first phase of Libdogecoin only accounted for a very small portion of the project.

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