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How to Bridge VERSE to Polygon

Step-by-step instructions to bridge VERSE from Ethereum to Polygon

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Written by Farhan
Updated over a week ago

Summary

You can bridge Bitcoin.com's ecosystem token VERSE from the Ethereum blockchain to the Polygon blockchain using Polygon's Native Bridge.

Step-by-step instructions to bridge VERSE from Ethereum to Polygon

  1. Visit Polygon's Native Bridge and connect your wallet. If you're connecting your Bitcoin.com Wallet app, choose WalletConnect as the connection method, then tap the "scan" icon at the top-right corner of the Bitcoin.com Wallet app's home screen and use your phone's camera to scan the QR code that is displayed on the Polygon native bridge website. If you have multiple Ethereum wallets, be sure to choose the Ethereum wallet that is holding your VERSE. Confirm the connection in your Bitcoin.com Wallet app by tapping "CONNECT" in the Bitcoin.com Wallet app.

  2. Select the networks to bridge to and from. On Polygon's Native Bridge website, for "Transfer from" select Ethereum and for "Transfer to" select Polygon POS.

  3. Select the asset to bridge from Ethereum to Polygon. To select VERSE as the asset to bridge, you will need to first go into the settings on Polygon's Native Bridge website and add custom token. Here is the Polygon PoS contract address for VERSE token: 0xc708d6f2153933daa50b2d0758955be0a93a8fec

  4. Enter the amount of VERSE to bridge, then press the transfer button.

  5. Confirm the transaction in your Bitcoin.com Wallet app.

Notes:

  • The time it takes for your VERSE to bridge to Polygon fluctuates. At the time of writing it was about 20 minutes.

  • You will need to pay gas fees on the Ethereum network to execute the transaction on the Ethereum side, as well as a small bridge transfer fee to the Polygon Native Bridge protocol.

  • To transact with VERSE on the Polygon network, you will need a small amount of Polygon's native token MATIC to pay gas (transaction fees). Learn more about fees on Polygon here.

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