Anthony Lusardio, the director of Ethereum Classic, recently released a game-changing statement – the Chrome browser plugin will soon be able to support ETC. His most recent post on the matter explained that development has already begun and the process will effectuate the edition of the original Ethereum to Metamask’s bridge services.
Unfortunately, there is no timeline in place as to when users can expect completion of the process. Those who use Metamask may be familiar with the Ethereum tool, which enables users to interact with the network and other dApps. In addition, the system provides an ERC-20 token compatible wallet that allows users to store Ethereum blockchain assets. These qualities are certainly beneficial for the ETC community, especially with the 20% price surge recently.