How to Bridge from Ethereum to Binance Smart Chain

BSC is one of the Networks with the most liquidity and opportunities. However, to some it might seem hard to on-board from ETH. In this tutorial we will go through the two ways you could do it using Anyswap.

1st method — Anyswap Router

Router is our native-to-native swap it works mostly with stables and Ethereum.

Step 1 — Select the Router option (In the future you won’t have to change between Bridge and Router as they will be unified).

Step 2 — Observe all the Fees and other details. Right now the fee is a flat 90 cents from ETH to BSC.

Step 3 — Check if there is enough Liquidity for the transaction you are going to make (In this example the transaction would be $100k and there is enough liquidity for up to $795k).

Step 4 — Type the value you are going to send, approve the USDC. After approving in Metamask wait a couple of minutes and then click Swap.

You can then check the status of your transaction on the link provided on the top right pop up or on anyswap.net.

2nd method — Anyswap v2 Bridge

Anyswap v2 Bridge is our Mint and Burn bridge, it is the one that is used for most of the tokens.

Step 1 — Select Bridge.

Step 2 — Check the limits and fees, it is actually free to send most of the tokens to BSC!

Step 3 — Approve the token. After approving in Metamask wait a couple of minutes and then click Swap.

You can then check the status of your transaction on the link provided on the top right pop up or on anyswap.net.

(Do not forget to check if this token has liquidity in any DEX in BSC)

If you have any questions or if you need technical support please join us at https://t.me/anyswap and our admins will be more than happy to help you.

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