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Bridge (AnySwap/Bifrost for example)
If you want to trade or participate in liquidity mining, trading mining activities on Zenlink DEX deployed on Moonriver, in addition to using native assets such as MOVR on Moonriver, you can also bridge more assets through AnySwap, such as Ethereum assets ETH, WBTC, USDC, USDT, DAI, etc., as well as BSC assets BNB, BUSD, etc. In this part, we will show you how to use AnySwap to bridge your EVM assets or BSC assets to the Moonriver network. The tutorial will take Ethereum assets bridging as an example.
You will first need to install a MetaMask wallet and create an account with Ethereum assets in the account before doing the following operations. Click here to see the tutorial on installing MetaMask.
Step 2: Click the "Connect Wallet" button in the upper right corner of AnySwap to connect to the wallet account where you want to transfer assets and bridge to Moonriver.
Step 3: After the wallet is successfully connected, click "Bridge" on the right side and choose which chain you want to send your assets from. Here is the example of bridge USDC from Ethereum to Moonriver.
First, you need to switch the network to Ethereum Mainnet at MetaMask, and then you will see the following page in "Bridge":
Then, on this page, you can select the asset chain you want to transfer from and to and the specific asset.
Next, enter the amount of assets you want to bridge in the corresponding input box, and click the Swap button below.
Finally, after confirming that the transaction information is correct, click the "Swap" button and sign in the MetaMask extension to submit the transaction, and wait for the transaction to complete.
You can view the transaction details on Moonriver Blockscout and find the local contracts for the relevant assets on Moonriver to add to your wallet. Of course, you can also add them directly to your wallet through the local contracts on the Moonriver network for the major EVM assets and BSC assets that we have prepared for you below.
ETH : 0x639A647fbe20b6c8ac19E48E2de44ea792c62c5C
Everything is ready for now, and after the official launch of Zenlink DEX DApp, you can participate in all Yield activities to earn ZLK tokens and enjoy your Polkadot DeFi trip!
If you want to trade or participate in IYO activities on Zenlink DEX deployed on Bifrost, in addition to using native assets such as BNC on Bifrost, you can also bridge KSM, KAR, and kUSD on Kusama Relay Chain and Karura network to the Bifrost network through the bridge service provided by Bifrost. In this part, we will show you how to use Bifrost to bridge your KSM, KAR, and kUSD to the Bifrost network.
You will first need to install a PolkadotJS wallet and create an account with KSM, KAR, or kUSD assets in the account before doing the following operations. You can click here to see the tutorial on installing PolkadotJS.
Step 1: Visit Bifrost Wallet in a web browser and connect to your wallet. You will see a dashboard showing a list of all your assets on the Bifrost chain.
Step 2: Find KSM in the asset list and click "Cross-chain" on the right.
Step 3: Select "Cross-in" or "Cross-out". Here, take "Cross-in" as an example.
Step 4: Click "Cross-in" and choose whether you want to transfer assets from Kusama Relay Chain or Karura network in the pop-up window. Here we will take Kusama Relay Chain as an example. Click "Confirm" below after confirmation (make sure you have KSM/KAR/kUSD asset balance in your Kusama/Karura account before doing this, depending on what assets you want to bridge).
Step 5: Enter the amount of KSM you want to cross-chain from Kusama Relay Chain to Bifrost and click "Confirm". Then you need to sign and submit the transaction in the PolkadotJS extension and wait for the transaction to be completed. After the transaction is completed, you will see the KSM balance in the asset list.
At this point, you have completed the whole process of cross-chain KSM from Kusama Relay Chain to Bifrost, and the process of cross-chain assets on other Karura networks to Bifrost is basically similar, you can try it according to this tutorial.