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How to apply for cross-chain bridges on Multichain?

Options for ERC20 cross-chain interoperability

In most cases, we can deploy all the needed contracts for you unless you wish to deploy yourself or have special requirements.

Standard coross-chain contract:


1. Can I have ownership of the standard cross-chain contract?

  • Yes. You can either have it right from the start, and set our MPC as one of the minters, or we can transfer you the ownership later.

2. Where can I go for the application?

3. What should I look out for when submitting the application?

  • Always double confirm the info you submit. Any false info could lead to a failed application. The following info is key for a successful application on Multichain.

4. How can I verify the contract if the ownership is not mine?

  • Multichain will verify the contract and if you wish to update the token info, we have a guideline for how to update it, we can share it with you after the deployment is done.

5. How do I know if my token has been deployed by Multichain?

  • We will inform you via the email you submitted or the Telegram contact you submitted.

6. How much liquidity should I add to the Router?

  • Multichain does not have mandatory requirements for it. The amount of liquidity to add is determined by your project scale and user needs. For a small project, we suggest adding at least $200k LP on each chain where your token has been issued.

7. Can I withdraw the liquidity I add?

  • Yes, you can withdraw the liquidity at any time as long as it’s not used by the users.

8. How do I add liquidity on Multichain Router?

9. How about the fee?

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Multichain (Previously Anyswap)

Multichain (Previously Anyswap)

Cross-Chain Router Protocol (CRP), an infrastructure for cross-chain interoperability, envisioned to be the ultimate router for Web3