The developers of Dogecoin (DOGE), the crypto created out of meme, have published the first-ever roadmap of the cryptocurrency eight years after it was launched.
In an update posted on the Dogecoin Foundation website, DOGE developers say that utility is the key to the meme coin’s adoption, leading them to announce four new DOGE projects.
The first project involves the complete overhaul of the Dogecoin.com webpage, which would include Dogepedia, a compilation of frequently asked questions (FAQ) about the meme coin.
The redesign would be followed by the building of libdogecoin, a library that would allow anyone to create DOGE-compliant products without needing to know the deeper specifics of crypto functions.
The third project is the creation of the “Dogecoin Standard,” which would lower the difficulty barrier for potential developers in hopes of seeing a rise in the number of developers moving over to Dogecoin.
The fourth project is the launch of the GigaWallet project, which would allow developers to seamlessly integrate DOGE transactions into their platform the same way they would other distinguished payment providers.
According to the developers, the projects will pave the way for payment providers, game developers, social platforms, and retailers to add DOGE into their infrastructure.
“Essentially the more utility the more useful, the more useful the more adoption, the more adoption the more Dogecoin gains traction as a serious universal currency for people everywhere.”
The roadmap also mentions two other projects, one proposal, and a partnership. The developers say they will provide more details in 2022.