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Poly Bridge Personal Computer User Manual

Poly Bridge(https://bridge.poly.network/) has released its latest version which supports several blockchains, including Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polygon, BSC, Heco, OEC, Neo, Ontology, Zilliqa, Elrond, Gnosis Chain, Cosmos-SDK, Arbitrum, Optimism, Avalanche, Fantom and the Layer2 protocol “Metis”.

There are five steps following to help you use Poly Bridge to transfer between different chains. Here we transfer $METIS from Andromeda to BSC as a demonstration.

1. Select Asset

Firstly, you need to select the token you want to transfer. As shown in Figure 1, click “Asset”, then you can choose the token in the pop-window.

Note: the token $METIS will be taken as the example in this document.

Figure 1 Select Asset

2. Select Network

After asset selection, click “From Network”, choose the source network which the chosen token located in the pop window. Select the target network in the same way. (Shown in Figure 2)

Note: the optional network shown in the figure 2 is the network type supported by $METIS. The network should be switched according to different assets. Please choose it according to the situation.

The example that $METIS be sent from Andromeda to the target network BSC is shown in Figure 3.

Figure 2. Select Network
Figure 3. Swap $METIS from Andromeda to BSC

3. Connect Wallet

Next, you can connect your wallet by clicking the button “Connect Wallet”at the bottom of the page or up right in the corner. After clicking, you can choose which wallet to be connected to the source or the target network(shown in Figure 4).

Note: different networks support different wallet, the current support status is shown in Table 1.

Figure 4. Wallet Connection by clicking the button at the bottom (the wallet type supported by Andromeda-to-BSC
Figure 5. Wallet Connection by clicking the button at the top right
Table 1 Different networks support different wallet

Note: as shown in Figure 6, when there is a red alert “Please switch network”, you need to switch the network of wallet to keep consistent with the source network.

Figure 6. Inconsistent network configuration prompt

4. Submit Transaction

Enter input token value, then click “Next”. A pop window will appear to show the details of the transaction shown in Figure 7. Please check carefully. If you make sure the transaction information is correct, then click “Confirm”button to submit the transaction and confirm it in wallet again.

Note: if you are the first time to swap, an approval operation is required before you submit transaction, (Approve Infinity or not according to your actual situation).

Figure 7. Check the transaction details

5. View the Results

After the submission, you can view the transaction result through “History”. When the transaction details are displayed as shown in Figure 8, it means that the transaction is completed.

Figure 8. The display of transaction result

Congratulations! You have now done your swap on Poly Bridge.

The processing time of Poly Network Swaps are determined by the amount of the transaction fee. In order to avoid network congestion, Poly Network defaults to the maximum gas fee which will be used as the transaction fee on the source chain. Poly Network itself does not charge any gas fee.

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