Migrate Dogecoin to BSC

MoonDogeSwap is built on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC), therefore its infrastructure and features are all deployed on the BSC.
That said, MoonDogeSwap's products (swap, farm, stake, etc.) are not limited to open only to BEP 20 tokens which are the native tokens on the BSC.
As a matter of fact, Dogecoin is the core at MoonDogeSwap, we strive to increase DOGE's liquidity and adoption in the Defi Ecosystem. Dogecoin has its own Dogecoin Main Network, many other notable coins that are not originally from the BSC include USDT, BTC, ETH, and so on.
Therefore, if you hold these non-BEP20 tokens and are looking to participate on MoonDogeSwap, you will need to migrate them to the Binance Smart Chain Network.
Binance has done a pretty good job in terms of providing cross-chain migration gateways.
Essentially, Binance issues BEP-20 tokens to peg different cross-chains. For example, if you migrate Dogecoin from its main net to the BSC, you will get Binance-Peg Dogecoin.
Here are two methods you can adopt to migrate non-BEP20 tokens to the Binance Smart Chain, we use Dogecoin as the example to illustrate the steps, but others are the same in logic.

Withdraw directly from Binance Exchange

If you are a user of the Binance Centralized Exchange, and your cross-chain assets are stored there. Then you can directly withdraw the assets to the BSC. Read the below page for a step-by-step guide:

Using Binance Bridge

If you are not a Binance Centralized Exchange user or your assets are not stored there but in your own wallet. No problem! you can use the Binance Bridge, it is a bit more steps than withdrawing but you will be fine following our guide:

A little Reminder

Using the withdrawal method is faster, cheaper and easier than using the binance bridge. If you are user, we highly receommend you just make the withdrawal.
Binance-Peg Dogecoin can be viewed on BscScan.